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    The most popular moment for serious photographer...'Golden Hours'

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    donkuok,

    I noticed you have the FujiFilm 4900Z. I am curious to know if the FZ20 takes better photos at 1600x1200 when compared to the fuji. I know the FZ20 is 5mp, so I am not comparing resolution but I am more interested in color and clarity. Hopefully you can post some comparisions.

    Thanks very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myfz1
    donkuok,

    I noticed you have the FujiFilm 4900Z. I am curious to know if the FZ20 takes better photos at 1600x1200 when compared to the fuji. I know the FZ20 is 5mp, so I am not comparing resolution but I am more interested in color and clarity. Hopefully you can post some comparisions.

    Thanks very much.
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    have not tried that. I presume FZ20 would be much better quality than FujiFilm 4900Z. Anyway i may try later
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    As requested, I've made a comparison with Fz20 and Fujifilm 4900Z. Here you go...

    Fujifilm 4900Z, Auto Balance, ISO125, 1/3s, 1600X1200


    FZ20, Auto Balance, ISO100, 1/3s, 1600X1200


    Conclusion, FZ20 definitely a winner. I found fujifilm's white balance a bit warmer. FZ20 exhibited correct white balance exact from my eyesight
    Last edited by donkuok; 7th November 2004 at 09:56 PM.
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    to be fair, I tried both ISO200

    Fujifilm 4900Z:


    FZ20:
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    Quote Originally Posted by donkuok
    to be fair, I tried both ISO200

    Fujifilm 4900Z:


    FZ20:
    Seems like Fujufilm 4900Z not as sharp. Also, it exhibits a little more noise than FZ20...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    Seems like Fujufilm 4900Z not as sharp. Also, it exhibits a little more noise than FZ20...
    It's considered not bad liao for 3 years ago.
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    Thanks for the comparisions. FZ20 really sharp and virtually no noise at iso200.Time to save money for a new FZ20

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