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Old Feb 26, 2004, 10:19 AM   #11
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I think if you interested mainly in night time photography then OIS is useless to you. I would look at a camera which has low noise, longer shutter speed than 8sec. and so on.

I have an upgraded fz-1. Here is one of nightime fz-1 shots of San Francisco from across the bay.

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:idea: Nice shot ! You did it with no more than 8 seconds shutter speed ?
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Old Feb 27, 2004, 4:21 PM   #12
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Yes, f6.5 & 8sec. ISO100. I was uing night mode, if I remember correctly.
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Old Feb 27, 2004, 4:25 PM   #13
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ooh i like it
the lights on the buildings in the middle are wierd completely straight lines.....

btw.....a tip for all interested in taking night shots......

NEVER SHOOT NIGHT SHOTS ON A BOAT!!!!

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Old Feb 29, 2004, 5:11 AM   #14
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I own an FZ2. Personally i wouldn't touch one of these cams for night or low light photography. Their sensors and just too small and thus noisy (they have to be designed this way due to the zoom otherwise the lens would be huge). Better off going for something like Canon S400 or A80. I treat the FZ line as strictly bright daylight cams only - great for zoos and the like, but no good for indoors or night time.
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