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    Hello I'm a french user of the Panasonic FZ-20.
    I want to show you my first photos with the FZ-20. My gallery. Good surf !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeronimo74
    Hello I'm a french user of the Panasonic FZ-20.
    I want to show you my first photos with the FZ-20. My gallery. Good surf !
    jeronimo74, Nice gallery of photos...well taken

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    jeronimo74, you changed my concept of fz20 being a noisy camera totally!

    care to share how you took these fantastic pictures?

    Cheers!
    Last edited by Tetsuhiko; 29th December 2004 at 08:17 PM.

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    Jeronimo74, really very nice pics you've got there! At least there is one more living proof for the FZ20! Bravo!

    But for insect pics, tchuanye is still the best. JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetsuhiko
    jeronimo74, you changed my concept of fz20 being a noisy camera totally!

    care to share how you took these fantastic pictures?

    Cheers!
    yes, ive read that the FZ20 is noisy by nature. and was abit of a worry to me. but it is definitely not the worst in its class. if you keep your iso low and set noise reduction in case you need to up iso, it sld be noisy free(virtually).
    so far i have not have this problem even in night shots. guess the noisy thingy for the FZ20 has gone alittle too far

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    I haven't had any bad experience with the FZ20 re Noise. I always cap ISO at 200. At ISO 400, noise will be apparent even in some DLSR's.
    Last edited by Zenten; 30th December 2004 at 07:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenten
    I haven't had any bad experience with the FZ20 re Noise. I always cap ISO t 200. At ISO noise will be apparent even in some DLSR's.
    The noise level appears more when there is low lighting. For outdoor day shots, it is almost flawless. Anyway, this all can be adjusted with software too. like you said, even high end cameras with 12MP have noise problem too. Basically, I think all digi cam has noise problems more or less. It is how we set them and edit them with software. The FZ20 is a very good camera overall, I'll rate it 8/10.

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    +1 rogersk8ter !
    The FZ20 is a fantastic device and every day I discover even more its capacities. The noise is not a problem below 200 ISO. Beyond, I think that it is maybe necessary to work in manual what asks for more photographic skills. Otherwise there is always an retouch by software like "NoiseWare".

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    Congratulations "tchuanye" your gallery is magnificent !

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetsuhiko
    jeronimo74, you changed my concept of fz20 being a noisy camera totally!

    care to share how you took these fantastic pictures?

    Cheers!
    Which photos attract you ???

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    Hi Jeronimo, all Lumixers here welcome you to Singapore for a shooting trip. Ehh...please bring along some french models too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeronimo74
    Hello I'm a french user of the Panasonic FZ-20.
    I want to show you my first photos with the FZ-20. My gallery. Good surf !
    Hi jeronimo74!

    Thanks for sharing the photos with the Lumixers here.

    I love to see your photos, and I think a lot of them are great photos, except that the web site keep popping up with popup windows...they annoyed me...and I really ran out of patient to see more than 1 collection...

    Maybe you want to either take away the popup windows, or post them somewhere else?

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    Thank you for your reception !
    JimDavis : I removed the popup of my gallery
    I often add it new photos...

    To help me, just visit sometimes my homepage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeronimo74
    Thank you for your reception !
    JimDavis : I removed the popup of my gallery
    I often add it new photos...

    To help me, just visit sometimes my homepage.
    Hi Jeronimo74,

    Thanks a lot!

    You have a great varieties of collection, I like your abstract photos a lot.

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    I updated my gallery (Jan-03-05). You can consult it HERE.

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    I just saw some of your galleries again. You really have a lot of beautiful ideas of taking pics! Becasue you are a French right!?

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    Thank you for your remarks. I am only an amateur. But I think that it is necessary to photograph many different things to learn. And the FZ20 helps me a lot !

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    Visit my new website ! I updated my gallery (Jan-25-05). You can consult it HERE

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    Hi Geronimo,

    I often come on this forum but it is the first time I register to writte.
    I took a look at your pict and the seemed familiar to me, so I continued investigate and found you were French and took some picts around the Leman lake.... So I just wanted to say hello to you from a french mate, also living a few KM from the Leman but from the Swiss side.

    I also own a DMC FZ20 but I'm astonished by your macro's and moon by day, can you tell me the settings?

    Thanks for helping.

    Luna.

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    Thanks to you
    I look as soon as possible for the EXIF of the "Day moon".
    The macro's were made with the Raynox kit DCR-250. You will find a presentation of this kit on my web site at www.geronimo-web.tk.
    Last edited by jeronimo74; 28th January 2005 at 08:03 PM.

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    For the "Day moon" EXIF

    Make: Panasonic
    Model: DMC-FZ20
    Date modified: dimanche 3 octobre 2004 10:33:33
    Orientation: Top / left side
    X-Resolution: 72/1
    Y-Resolution: 72/1
    Resolution unit: Inch
    YCbCr-Positioning: 2
    Date taken: dimanche 3 octobre 2004 10:33:33
    Date digitized: dimanche 3 octobre 2004 10:33:33
    Exposure time [s]: 1/500
    Exposure program: Normal
    Exposure mode: Auto
    Exposure bias [EV]: 0,0
    F-Number: F4,6
    Focal length [mm]: 72
    35mm focal length [mm]: 432
    ISO value: 80
    Max. aperture: F2,8
    Digital zoom: x4
    Flash: Not fired, compulsory flash mode, return light not detected
    Metering mode: Spot
    Gain control: None
    Light source: Unknown
    White balance: Auto
    Contrast: Normal
    Saturation: Normal
    Sharpness: Normal
    Colour space: sRGB
    Sensing method: One-chip color area sensor

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