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    i see.. how much is the camera..

    i am in two minds here..
    The Dtz is it sufficient?

    i quite like the 10x zoom capabilities as i now own a 3x zoom camera and thought it made sense to have an upgrade..

    however, TZ1 is only 5Mp...

    i love the v610 design though...

    but no one here seems to talk about this and sell this.

    May i know how much is the Tz1 now cheapest?

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    If you really need 10x zoom, go get it. No point buying it just because 10x is more than the 3x you have. And bare in mind there is never a perfect camera, just like there's never a perfect mobile phone.

    If it has 10x zoom, it must be lack of other functions, or lack of a convincable price. So with the limited money, go get what you need most.
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    get a 2hand fz5/fz7/fz20/fz30/fz10...etc or fz7 if you wan to keep your budget, yet have 10x or more zoom and manual mode.

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    great idea...



    actually i am looking for 2nd hand V610 Kodak .. i really like the design..

    However, since i am upgrading i dun mind getting those with manual mode and support raw ...



    GUYS any shops selling 2nd hand camera? loads of range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnapClubz View Post
    great idea...



    actually i am looking for 2nd hand V610 Kodak .. i really like the design..

    However, since i am upgrading i dun mind getting those with manual mode and support raw ...



    GUYS any shops selling 2nd hand camera? loads of range?
    i would like to advise you not to get camera base on the design... unless you are one who are just asking for pretty camera and not image quality...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExplorerZ View Post
    i would like to advise you not to get camera base on the design... unless you are one who are just asking for pretty camera and not image quality...
    Yeah, guess people will look at your photos more than at your camera?
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    i agree... but i think the kodak v610 can take good pictures too right?

    compared to the tz1



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    Pls bear in mind that this is Panasonic forum... So I doubt many people would be familiar with Kodak models.

    Why not try to search for some reviews online?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnapClubz View Post
    i agree... but i think the kodak v610 can take good pictures too right?

    compared to the tz1


    well yes, but when it comes to performance, tz1 definitely got a slight edge with the better lens and stabiliser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExplorerZ View Post
    well yes, but when it comes to performance, tz1 definitely got a slight edge with the better lens and stabiliser.
    Yes, agree with GriGri & ExplorerZ cos( to me ) when come to purchase of a camera my priority is camera is to captures images/photos & I won't hold it & stare at it cos its nice looking or not(thats me)
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Btw is the lx2 bigger or the tz1?

    Also is tz1 pictures comparable to lx2?

    the price diff is a few hundred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnapClubz View Post
    Btw is the lx2 bigger or the tz1?

    Also is tz1 pictures comparable to lx2?

    the price diff is a few hundred.
    Regarding the size of the camera, I believe you can find the info online.

    No idea about the picture difference, but shooting in RAW gives you better quality most of the time.
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    Default Re: My take on LX2 (newbie shots)

    Went to the match last Sat...
    brought my LX2 along...
    so had these newbies shots...
    pardon me for the so-so shots..






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    Some more..






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    You'll see in Eejal photos that the camera is too sensitive to camera shakes and becomes blurry.

    I've wanted to upgrade from my Sony P8 to the LX2 for travel use but I'll be very disappinted if the photos come out blurry and you'll need a tripod.

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    i think it's blurry because he zoomed into his subjects? (am i rite, eejal?)
    i usually dun zoom into my subjects so it's easy for me to shoot anything without using tripod. somemore you can adjust your iso settings and set the shutter speed to a bit higher to control the blur you mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    You'll see in Eejal photos that the camera is too sensitive to camera shakes and becomes blurry.

    I've wanted to upgrade from my Sony P8 to the LX2 for travel use but I'll be very disappinted if the photos come out blurry and you'll need a tripod.
    can't say you are right or wrong...
    but all i know is that it takes skills and good handholding method to get sharp shots in low lighting without use of flash... imho most fault are user error rather than equipment fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isomers007 View Post
    i think it's blurry because he zoomed into his subjects? (am i rite, eejal?)
    i usually dun zoom into my subjects so it's easy for me to shoot anything without using tripod. somemore you can adjust your iso settings and set the shutter speed to a bit higher to control the blur you mentioned.
    true. handheld...the floor was buzzing with footsteps, how to get a sharp image? furthermore i didn't edit the pics...so you see what you get.

    ISO: 400
    Program Mode
    No flash fired
    I set it to RAW but haven't got the time to edit..

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    I almost never use the zoom function of my LX at all since I bought it, heh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnapClubz View Post
    Btw is the lx2 bigger or the tz1?

    Also is tz1 pictures comparable to lx2?

    the price diff is a few hundred.
    TZ1 does not produce better pictures under the same maximum optical zoom settings as compare to LX2.

    Sizes both are there abouts.

    cheers

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