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Old Nov 8, 2004, 10:35 AM   #1
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All photoes are here:http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/OlympC...0t1t10d3t2.jpg
Olympus С750, f/3,2, 1/10 c, ISO 50.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/PanasZ10Ni50t1t10d2t8.jpg
Panasonic DMC-FZ10, f/2,8, 1/10 c, ISO 50.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/OlympC...0t1t20d3t2.jpg
Olympus С750, f/3,2, 1/20 c, ISO 100.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/PanasZ...0t1t20d2t8.jpg
Panasonic DMC-FZ10, f/2,8, 1/20 c, ISO 100.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/OlympC...0t1t40d3t2.jpg
Olympus С750, f/3,2, 1/40 c, ISO 200.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/PanasZ...0t1t40d2t8.jpg
Panasonic DMC-FZ10, f/2,8, 1/40 c, ISO 200.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/OlympC...0t1t80d3t2.jpg
Olympus С750, f/3,2, 1/80 c, ISO 400.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/PanasZ...0t1t80d2t8.jpg
Panasonic DMC-FZ10, f/2,8, 1/80 c, ISO 400.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/OlympC...t1t80d3t2b.jpg
Olympus С750, f/3,2, 1/80 c, ISO 400.

http://west.net.ua/%7Ekravets/PanasZ...t1t80d2t8b.jpg
Panasonic DMC-FZ10, f/2,8, 1/80 c, ISO 400.


What do you think about it... Bad quality??? It look like Oly is better than Panasonic. Sharpnes?? Thanks...

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Old Nov 8, 2004, 12:25 PM   #2
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A couple of things.

1. Aperture values are not the same in both cameras.
2. FZ10 images are overexposed and a bit out of focus.

What did the tester try to prove???
I also can take some shots with any Oly - overexposing them and maybe a bit blurred - IMO it's not a fair comparison and the tester obviously wants to bias people on behalf of Olympus.

The FZ10 image quality has no competition - only the FZ20.

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Old Nov 8, 2004, 12:56 PM   #3
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I do notice that I need to compensate -1/3 EV to prevent the washed out look to my photos with the FZ10 sometimes, outdoors and sports. I also noticea polarizing filter really enhances the ability of the FZ10 on sunny days, almost like there is too much light sometimes? It is probably me.
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Old Nov 8, 2004, 2:26 PM   #4
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I think the test is bogus.

But go here, and see why it really does not matter anyway...

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=23

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Old Nov 8, 2004, 4:33 PM   #5
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It 's not my Tests... :roll:

I have take it ion one of the sites.... They write: Look in Panasonic photo the colors are washed out and in Oly photo is good???

So I think somebody help me...

It was www.ixbt.com



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