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Hi all, i am new here. :D
Introduced from a friend that i can learn some tips on photo taking here.

I had some problems.
Currently i am holding Panasonic FX01 Digital Camera.

(1) I knew nuts about the white balance?
(2) Different COOL background?
(3) Under what condition i had to change to what setting so that the photo will turn out nicely.
(4) I cant seems to take any problem picture at night all every dark even though i am in night mode.

My usage is simple.
Just human taking / scenery and also food.

Can someone please help to advise anywhere i can read up on such information?
I see some photos taken from Normal Digital Cam is very well done.

Please help.
Thank you
 

Dream Merchant

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OOU...the FX 01 sounds like a cam I would love to have if I had the $$$!

You can try googling things like 'Pana FX 01 forum, discussions, reviews'. That search handle alone will give you tons of results.

For your cam specs: http://www.dpreview.com/news/0602/06021404panasonicfx01.asp

For the full, in-depth review: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/PanasonicFX01/

Normally if you have the patience to read through the full review, you can find out more about your cam and settings etc in just that one document instead of going through hundreds of forum threads.

Oso can ask the Panasonic forum here.

Sounds like you have a great cam! Enjoy learning about it and using it!
 

estel

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Hi all, i am new here. :D
Introduced from a friend that i can learn some tips on photo taking here.


(4) I cant seems to take any problem picture at night all every dark even though i am in night mode.
putting in night mode doesn't slove all problems regarding night shots. In night mode, shutter is kept open longer, so if you hold the camera in hand the shot will get blurred. Use a tripod or just put the camera on some solid still surface. :)
 

cantaresg

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For me, I'd rather use manual control or aperture priority. More often than never, I don't feel good with the presets, primarily because I do not know what is going on in the camera.
 

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