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Old Dec 9, 2011, 3:01 PM   #11
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Although the clean up job was good, I can see the artifacts created by the S/W (but still acceptable). The FZ150 does produce a much cleaner image maintaining good resolution. I assume both cameras had the NR set to the same value (whatever that is). I'd be curious to see how these images would look like with NR set to its lowest setting (in case it isn't already).
Both photos are taken with cameras set up with NR = 0

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Seems the FZ-150 and Canon's SX40HS both doing sterling jobs in the noise department..!
Both now sporting CMOS sensors,both with lower resolutions and both improving IQ(by quite a margin) over their predecessor...
I totally agree with you

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I just wanted to see how the FZ45 image would clean up and compare to the fZ150 shot. The FZ150 SOOC shot wins.
Dear JJ, I know your good intentions and I appreciate your humor . But I have not managed to take a photo outside, maybe in ten days (to support my wife and then work backward)
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It's amazing...... At F4.0 it's giving an almost SLR like quality to the picture.... Can you please upload some outdoor tests too?
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Old Dec 10, 2011, 12:57 PM   #13
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Thanks and excuse me for the retard for your evaluation Rmmcrob and Carol!!!

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It's amazing...... At F4.0 it's giving an almost SLR like quality to the picture.... Can you please upload some outdoor tests too?
Thanks also to xHassan:

I want test quickly in outdoor, but I have still some problems:

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But I have not managed to take a photo outside, maybe in ten days (to support my wife and then work backward)
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Catalex, plenty of time to take shots in the future. Take care of the wife now and hope all is OK.

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Catalex, plenty of time to take shots in the future. Take care of the wife now and hope all is OK.

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JJ thank you for the sensible thought, I hope that my wife is better off for Christmas and then I do some test pictures outdoors.
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