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Old Jun 26, 2014, 2:46 PM   #1
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Default try with fz200

some new shots...


P1000163p por sucama, en Flickr


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Old Jun 26, 2014, 7:52 PM   #2
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Very nice action shots Mario. Is the FZ200 new ?

If I remember rightly you had a FZ150 before. If so, how do they compare ?
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Thanks John, Fz200 is very similar to fz150, little noisy, but not much, but more lighting glass , very powerfull to freeze movement with no lighting scenes in same situation, maybe fz150 lost shot....
settings JPg are diferent ; for me best adjust in fz150 :Std: NR:-1, Sh:+1.
In FZ200, is very dificult stay in one setting ,jpg , maybe Std: NR :-1 Sh:-2 with ires n. (JPG engine is different).
Other option is Sh :+1, NR:-2 and PP in Cs6 with dfiner2 (nik plugin in standart mode) last one is very fine.
If you want best IQ , process RAW files with ACR, Silkypix, DXO (the best) or another raw soft.
Both FZ150, FZ200 stay with me.
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Looks good Mario.

Could those be grand kids?

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certainly jj my granddaughter has 7
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certainly jj my granddaughter has 7
You must be a busy man.

That FZ200 should be a great camera to capture some special memories.

Take care,

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Thanks John, Fz200 is very similar to fz150, little noisy, but not much, but more lighting glass , very powerfull to freeze movement with no lighting scenes in same situation, maybe fz150 lost shot....
settings JPg are diferent ; for me best adjust in fz150 :Std: NR:-1, Sh:+1.
In FZ200, is very dificult stay in one setting ,jpg , maybe Std: NR :-1 Sh:-2 with ires n. (JPG engine is different).
Other option is Sh :+1, NR:-2 and PP in Cs6 with dfiner2 (nik plugin in standart mode) last one is very fine.
If you want best IQ , process RAW files with ACR, Silkypix, DXO (the best) or another raw soft.
Both FZ150, FZ200 stay with me.
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Thank you for the comparison Mario, and especially for the settings details.
I tend to use NR: -2 and SH: 0 on my FZ150.

Have a great time with your FZ200
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