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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:12 PM   #11
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This is bloody pathetic. You are an idiot like the others who post the same question. Learn the basics of photography and then ask a sensible question!
Buy the way the actual problem is caused by the low light condition causing a long exposure time to be necessary for correct exposure. However this long exposure time will result in some image blur if you cant hold the camera still. I also assume that you cant hold a camera still as you obviously have no idea about the basics of photography.
READ A BOOK, READ THE MANUAL AND COME BACK WHEN YOU HAVE A SENSIBLE QUESTION!
LOL a bit strong but true <wink>
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:13 PM   #12
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Idiot ... are you calling me an idiot? Is that what this forum is all about?

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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:16 PM   #13
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The FZ20 is a pretty good prosumer camera. I myself had read so much on that. You know what?I experienced the same thing like you altohugh I do have a little digital camera background from my last snapshot compact camera(since last August), I read so much about the OIS(Optical Image Stabilizer) and the ad "Bye Bye Blur"....... and my first shot was blurred! Followed by a few more shots and blurred still!

I almost gave up and told myself what the s*** camera I had bought! But slowly & patiently & "painfully", I started to learn more and more. You know why? Cos I had paid for it and ordered so many accessories even before the camera was here!

But hey, now I am getting use to it and learning more about it! It is indeed not a bad camera at all. So you might have picked an intermediate and non-beginner camera, don't worry..... you will learn it as times goes by! YOU MUST! cos you've bought and paid for it, like me! So take your time, play with its features and read the manaul. Read about 10 pages a day. And in a week plus, you're over reading the manual.

Meanwhile, shoot & shoot & shoot.....with different settings/ set ups! Enjoy!
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:20 PM   #14
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Treemonkey wrote:
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This is bloody pathetic. You are an idiot like the others who post the same question. Learn the basics of photography and then ask a sensible question!
Buy the way the actual problem is caused by the low light condition causing a long exposure time to be necessary for correct exposure. However this long exposure time will result in some image blur if you cant hold the camera still. I also assume that you cant hold a camera still as you obviously have no idea about the basics of photography.
READ A BOOK, READ THE MANUAL AND COME BACK WHEN YOU HAVE A SENSIBLE QUESTION!
Treemonkey, I think you are too harsh and insulting. We are all here to learn and help! No one is perfect and started with great pics at the beginning. I think certain words are not really appreciated here.

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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:23 PM   #15
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Idiot ... are you calling me an idiot? Is that what this forum is all about?

here is another picture.
This OK
STILL no data with the file you are stripping it out with the resize.

you need to post images with the camera data.

The MODE dail selection is critical as to the type of scene you are taking.
HEART = simple
CAMERA = advanced
FLOWER = macro or closup
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 4:26 PM   #16
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Idiot ... are you calling me an idiot? Is that what this forum is all about?

here is another picture.
That was a good shot! That's potential to me!
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 5:04 PM   #17
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boyzo wrote:
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Idiot ... are you calling me an idiot? Is that what this forum is all about?

here is another picture.
This OK
STILL no data with the file you are stripping it out with the resize.

you need to post images with the camera data.



The MODE dail selection is critical as to the type of scene you are taking.
HEART = simple
CAMERA = advanced
FLOWER = macro or closup
You must be using the FZ10 or other. On the FZ 15/20 there are no hart or camera symbols. The symbols are gone, except the macro and movie symbols. Instead the 15 and 20 have scene menues, the arrow, also, PASM where P is full auto.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/2004_...5/fz15_top.jpg

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Old Jan 14, 2005, 5:05 PM   #18
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The heart setting is the simple point and shoot mode that the FZ1, FZ1v2 and FZ2 has.

boyzo only has the FZ1.

I have downloaded all the PDF manuals of all the FZ series cameras and my DMC LC40. This enables me to see what the camera offers and is set-up to do and I can also refer to the particular page in post like what bobc has done for a few posters.

Me thinks a chain is being pulled here. I have been on here for some time as a lurker and never have I seen someone right away get on here to ask what is wrong after taking one picture.

Saying you don't read manuals seriously limits the help you can get here. If you choose not to try and help yourself first I will be the last to try and help you so I can save myself the aggravation and frustration and to not beat my head against the wall.

First, read the manual. If you choose not to. I choose not to help.

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Old Jan 14, 2005, 5:19 PM   #19
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You got me I pulled your chains! I am somebody who has been on here for awhile ...gotta go
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Old Jan 14, 2005, 5:26 PM   #20
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jsiladi wrote:
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boyzo wrote:
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Idiot ... are you calling me an idiot? Is that what this forum is all about?

here is another picture.
This OK
STILL no data with the file you are stripping it out with the resize.

you need to post images with the camera data.



The MODE dail selection is critical as to the type of scene you are taking.
HEART = simple
CAMERA = advanced
FLOWER = macro or closup
You must be using the FZ10 or other. On the FZ 15/20 there are no hart or camera symbols. The symbols are gone, except the macro and movie symbols. Instead the 15 and 20 have scene menues, the arrow, also, PASM where P is full auto.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/2004_...5/fz15_top.jpg

Jeff
oops I goofed there LOL
ye I only have the FZ1 grin
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