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    Hi! I've been using my FZ10 for few mths and i notice pixels tends 2 gets bigger in dark pics, is there anyway 2 make the it better? Thks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3csl
    Hi! I've been using my FZ10 for few mths and i notice pixels tends 2 gets bigger in dark pics, is there anyway 2 make the it better? Thks!
    Not sure what you mean 'pixels tends 2 gets bigger in dark pics'!
    Are you saying the night shot has some pixels brighter? These are hot pixels due to warm ccd. Your long one needs rest too. Don't over-use it...........

    However, I have tried mine for more than two hours non-stop shooting in the night. No problem leh!
    Last edited by LifeWorld; 13th November 2004 at 10:10 AM.

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    hm.. from the way he's saying, i think he's talking about noise?
    not sure just a guess though since noise is common for this camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpNik
    hm.. from the way he's saying, i think he's talking about noise?
    not sure just a guess though since noise is common for this camera
    Think about it, should be............. Mo Peng pic!
    Have not heard of hot pixels with Lumix camera as yet.

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    Hi guys thks for answering. As a i'm a newbie i dun realli noe the actual terms. I meant the pixels become more obvious in dark pics than natural light pics. Btw is there any gd and value for $ flash if i wanted to take more indoor pics or is the camera 1 enguff? Maybe using my camera 2 take my sis wedding fotos and i hope the pics turn out well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3csl
    Hi guys thks for answering. As a i'm a newbie i dun realli noe the actual terms. I meant the pixels become more obvious in dark pics than natural light pics. Btw is there any gd and value for $ flash if i wanted to take more indoor pics or is the camera 1 enguff? Maybe using my camera 2 take my sis wedding fotos and i hope the pics turn out well.

    Try http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=99210

    We had been discussing about external flashes in the past 1 month or so, you just missed out the fun.

    I tried to use the external flash, and found that it is certainly better than either manual control, or using internal flash in some ocassions. Except that you will need to learn about the flash that you are going to choose.

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    Thks! tried 2 read the thread u posted and wow realli chim. I tried to absorb the info heez

    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    Try http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=99210

    We had been discussing about external flashes in the past 1 month or so, you just missed out the fun.

    I tried to use the external flash, and found that it is certainly better than either manual control, or using internal flash in some ocassions. Except that you will need to learn about the flash that you are going to choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3csl
    Thks! tried 2 read the thread u posted and wow realli chim. I tried to absorb the info heez
    Nothing really chim in the thread, except that you will need to do a little introductory reading about digital photography, making sure that you get all the terminologies right, then you will not find it chimology anymore.

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    haha ok trying 2 get a hang slowly nw i'm like half bucket of water like that

    Quote Originally Posted by JimDavis
    Nothing really chim in the thread, except that you will need to do a little introductory reading about digital photography, making sure that you get all the terminologies right, then you will not find it chimology anymore.

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