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Old Jul 20, 2005, 9:25 PM   #1
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When my family and i went to Tennesse's Dollywood , my youngest daughter likes to drive the cars . I took this picture as the passenger while she banged along the guide rail as she attempted driving me around. I thought for sure this would be nothing but blurry and was surprised it came out so well :G
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Old Jul 20, 2005, 9:32 PM   #2
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When my family and i went to Tennesse's Dollywood , my youngest daughter likes to drive the cars . I took this picture as the passenger while she banged along the guide rail as she attempted driving me around. I thought for sure this would be nothing but blurry and was surprised it came out so well :G
I'm with you. I love my FZ20 and considering the positive direction that Panasonic is taking with the FZ30, it looks like I'm going to be a Pana customer for a looooog time.

I just can't wait for the FZ50 in 2007.

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Old Jul 20, 2005, 9:44 PM   #3
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ok Hiroshi , do you have inside info :-)
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ok Hiroshi , do you have inside info :-)
No, It's just a prediction based on Panasonic's currentresearch in allowing groups of pixels to share the same transistors.

I believe that right now, 2 transistors are required next to each pixel. If they succeed, it will allow them to utilize the space that was vacated by the transistors to add additional pixels, thereby be able tooffer around 12 mega-pixels in the same chip size as used in the FZ30 with better ISO #s.

But the BIG word is IF.

Perhaps some of our more technical contributors can do a better job at describing Panasonic's current research.

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Nice shot, I'm surprised the DOF is so wide on that photo. You must've been no more than 1 meter away, yet the grass and even the signage is relatively crisp for such a distance.
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Old Jul 21, 2005, 6:25 AM   #6
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Is it 3 feetin a meter ? I was probably about 1 1/2 to 2 feet away .
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Yes, I have been surprised by how good some of my shots from a car has turned out dispite the vibration of the car and bumpy roads.

BTW, nice picture!

Enjoy life!
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thanks all , pics like this are treasures :love:
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