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Old Aug 17, 2009, 10:05 PM   #11
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Hi there James-

As a an experienced camera user, hopefully I can attempt to get the best out of any camera. Even the Panasonic FZ-28 camera.

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Old Aug 18, 2009, 9:35 AM   #12
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Thanks for the info. After reading the number of fatal errors with the SX10 it has made me a little leary. I am having the same problem finding the Z980 to actually try. Either production problems or a popular seller. Staples had it on sale last weekend for $349 but sold out before I got to try it. Trying to find the Z35 which I guess is going to be the Z28 replacement.
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Can you explain what you meant by "even" the FZ28? Didn't sound like a ringing endorsement
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Old Aug 18, 2009, 11:50 AM   #14
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I had the FZ18 when it first came out and sold it a couple of months later because I needed the money. Late last year I bought the FZ28 and now, if I need money, I'll sell my DSLR before I consider selling the FZ28. It's a very capable camera, packed with features. I really like the 4 custom modes as you can easily switch settings at the turn of a knob. IQ is superb and its lens is most excellent. For those of you looking at the Canons, I'd wait and check out the new FZ35 when it becomes available (some time this month, I believe) before making any decisions.
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Can you explain what you meant by "even" the FZ28? Didn't sound like a ringing endorsement
I'll step out on a limb here and say I'm rather sure Sara Joyce uses SLR and DSLR cameras over the point and shoot such as the FZ28, the FZ28 in its league is a highly reviewed camera.
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Old Aug 18, 2009, 8:09 PM   #16
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Can you give us a link to where you found the word "even" used in describing the Panasonic FZ-28 camera. By itself, the word "even" does not lend itself precise definition.

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Congrats. Now you need to show some photos !!!

I know that I am a bit late for this, but I cold not help myself. I gladly post a Panasonic FZ-28 photo to show that it can produce sharp images in low light.




A great camera!



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The FZ 35 (Replacement for the FZ 28) is a terrific camera !
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Awesome picture, Walter. Well done!
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