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Old Jan 29, 2010, 3:25 PM   #21
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the FZ35 is the successor in the same line as the FZ28. image quality they are not a lot different, but the fz35 has much better video and audio. it also has a better autofocus and smoother zoom.
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Old Jan 30, 2010, 11:54 AM   #22
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can some 1 post the link to where is the FZ-35 in the Panasonic P+S folder.. sarah ..u
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Old Jan 30, 2010, 3:16 PM   #23
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You just scan downward in the various folders until you come to "Panasonic/Leica."

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Old Mar 24, 2010, 12:18 PM   #24
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hie sarah

i will be soon buying the panasonic fz35 as u all told me to .. but i need to know some more info..
1) as im a press reporter i sometimes need to capture things im not allowed ..like a quarrel,or a sting on some politician or cops.(where switching on the cam is not allowed!. so i need to know if in video mode i can keep the camera running without the display screen on?? like only can see from the viewfinder..so i can get what i want

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Martin-

Just press the "EVF/LCD" switch located in the 11 o'clock position just above the 4 way controller on the back of the FZ-35. That will switch off the LCD screen.

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Old Mar 24, 2010, 2:08 PM   #26
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ok .sarah hope but the video mode will be still running and recording
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Old Apr 17, 2010, 3:54 PM   #27
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SARA.. IM GOIN tomorrow finally to buy my panasonci fz 35 as u and hard suggested..
last thing i want to know is that in video mode .. whats the least light under it can be clear.. visible vid??

reply soon plz
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Old Apr 17, 2010, 3:54 PM   #28
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Old Apr 17, 2010, 4:16 PM   #29
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Martin-

I am afraid that you are approaching this purchase as if the FZ-35/38 was some kind of miracle camera. It is not! Just like any small imager camera, the FZ-35 requires a good amount of light to shoot video or still photos. The highest reliable ISO setting in the FZ-35 that I use is ISO 800. That is rather limiting.

In comparison, when I shoot with my Pentax Kx DSLR camera, I can reliably use ISO 6400, that equals light that is 8 time lower than the FZ-35 can handle.

So it appears that you might be confused about the light conditions under which the FZ-35 can take photos. In a single small sentence. The FZ-35 requires very good lighting. If the venues you want to photograph in are considerably lower in their light level than a well lighted Art Museum, then you are going to have to consider a DSLR camera with very high ISO capabilities and a fast, wide aperture lens.

The limiting light for the FZ-35 is like that found in a well lighted Art Museum.

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yes sara.. i think im getting greedy
hmm human nature ..lol

ok sara what about if clicking pics in clubs and bar and beaches at night where light is colourful .. wont the flash help ??
as i read the flash range is from 1ft to 23 ft ..
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