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Old Oct 5, 2011, 8:34 PM   #1
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Default FZ- 150 first pictures part 1

Hi All

Here are my first shots from my FZ-150, Right now not having it for that long I seem to be doing better than my FZ-100, I really struggled with that one.
I'm sure LTZ-470 will make this camera sing.
I hope you get something out of these shots. I'm not very good, But I am trying.
I don't have any definate settings yet.
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The first Moon shot was with tha Raynox 2.2x teleconverter. The second moon shot was using I-zoom without teleconverter.

I hope you get an Idea what the new FZ-150 is like.

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Thanks for posting some shots with the FZ-150, like to see some more. That is quite a collection of cameras you have.

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Yes, thanks for posting some shots so we can get an idea what it can do.

I really like the night time bird feeder, on my screen there appears to be little in the way of noise in the darkness.

I thought the Raynox looked sharper on the FZ100 if my memory serves me correctly with the moon shot, the FZ150 moon is very nice.

Be interesting to hear your views on the FZ 100 verse the FZ150 after you have used it for a while
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Old Oct 6, 2011, 4:53 PM   #6
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Thankyou Mark

I think that the -150 pix are excellent ... no noise that I can detect, sharpness & colour is good. As sq-1 ^ suggests a few side-by-sides will go well too

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All these pictures were taken aperature Priority, 3:2 ratio [email protected] megapixel and FZ-150 @ 9 megapixel. Both Camera's used the standard film. The FZ-150 settings all 0's. The Fz-100 contrast +1, sharpness +2 , Saturation 0, NR -2

First pictures FZ-100, next Fz-150
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more again
FZ-100 then FZ-150
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Last Ones

Fz-100 and then FZ-150

Hope this helps you out. I really didn't have time to compare these shots. All shots were hand held.

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