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Old Nov 3, 2014, 11:11 AM   #1
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Thought you might enjoy what's possible with the FZ 150. Stopped shooting the DSLR in theater and events because of the mirror noise. I have worked with the FZ 150 and the layout of the venue to get some very acceptable pictures. Up front as possible and positioned as close to neutral lighting as possible. Senior theater group. Shots in order are ISO 1250, 1600 and 1000. No noise reduction, color and sharpness adjusted.
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Old Nov 3, 2014, 12:22 PM   #2
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You cant complain at those results ,particularly the chimps ,very well exposed.
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can't believe you can get such clean images at these ISO values. if you can consistently get such results, i am sure you don't need DSLR.
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I shot for years for my local paper with a DSLR. It was a duh head slapper when I realized how disturbing it was. The FZ, with care, has almost completely replaced the DSLR. For very large venues and tough lighting, I use a Canon G1X. It takes a lot of work to use, but it does the job. Much prefer using the FZ.
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