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Old Oct 1, 2010, 5:28 PM   #11
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Here are some low light shots I've taken with my fz35/38...

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Old Oct 1, 2010, 5:41 PM   #12
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They're very nice shots

The reason I am twitchy is because the FZ38 wasn't packaged very well by the company that posted it (or indeed at all, other than its normal box stuffed into a thin plastic bag), and the box had clear dent marks. It made me nervous that the camera might have been damaged. Buying a camera is a big deal for me – they are expensive, so I can’t simply change them like my shoes, and this makes me nervous about ensuring I pick the “right one” for me. I don’t have anything to “compare” the cameras to and set expectations, as my previous one is ancient as the hills and nothing like a superzoom. I want to ensure I’m assessing the cameras on their merits, and therefore wanted to ensure that what I was seeing was normal and not a fault (given the packing issues). Its not that I'm expecting the earth from the camera.
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Old Oct 1, 2010, 5:53 PM   #13
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Your FZ38 should have no trouble getting similar PIXes. Actively lit Halloween outdoor displays will be in season very soon. (Actually, Ive found that these types of PIXes are easy.)
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