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Old Mar 4, 2012, 3:24 AM   #1
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Default FZ150 goes Rally Driving

Here are some shots taken from the 1st round of the Australian Rally Championship with the FZ150.
Use to own a DSLR kit but sold it last year, purchased a LX5 last year and recently purchased the FZ150 for when I wanted something with longer reach.
Anyway took the FZ150 today and had a bit of fun with it today just to see what it was capable of. These shots were taken with continuous auto focus, worked well. Going to have to get a ND filter or use a polarizer to use slower shutter speeds as well.
Was very impressed with the results from this camera for a Super Zoom Compact Digital Camera. Have also posted these pictures in the Sports & Action Photos Forum.










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Old Mar 4, 2012, 5:49 AM   #2
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Absolutely impressed by your ability, great series of photos on the move TG!!!!

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great shots, I needed to wipe my monitor after seeing them! fz150 IS certainly creating curiosity here.
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Nice work with the FZ150!

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Thanks for looking & the comments.
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Ouch, no more dSLR, that's a shame, but still impressed with what you can do with a superzoom. Looking forward to seeing what you can get with slower shutter speeds from it.
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Ouch, no more dSLR,
Yes all my gear is gone except for my light meter & studio lights. Just wasn't getting the full use of my gear anymore so i've sold up & downsized.
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