Why I love my FZ50


Status
Not open for further replies.

sin77

New Member
Nov 28, 2004
1,865
3
0
#4
moon got CA.

butterfly macro is good.
 

Feb 17, 2008
254
0
16
41
#8
wow .. so clear and nice ! Did u just use the camera only ? No addition of extra lens ??

Sorry me noob here . Thinking whether should I buy FZ 18. Thanks for your reply .

Some shots taken using my FZ50 during the Changi Air show 2008:











All photo have been resized for my PDA
 

Anson

Senior Member
Jul 31, 2006
8,210
7
38
ansonchew.com
www.ansonchew.com
#9
wow .. so clear and nice ! Did u just use the camera only ? No addition of extra lens ??

Sorry me noob here . Thinking whether should I buy FZ 18. Thanks for your reply .
All shots were taken only with the FZ50 + an UV lens. Some of the shots were taken using EZ ( Extra Zoom ). The bright blue screen was a challenge for the 1/1.8 inch sensor.

Actually I don't advise people to buy the FZ18 for the following reasons

  1. Zoom lever is abit stiff
  2. Can't use optical zoom when taking movie
  3. Can't attach an external flash ( no hot shoe )

If you want a smaller (DSLR-like) camera, why not go for the Canon S5 IS? :)
 

Aug 23, 2004
70
0
0
38
#10
Some shots taken using my FZ50 during the Changi Air show 2008:











All photo have been resized for my PDA
Hi
I recently got an FZ50.
Newbie here.
Brought my new toy to the airshow as well.
However was unable to produce the kind of shots you have taken.
I was using one of the presets (sports) during the aerial display, however the shots turned out very "grainy" or "noisy".

Could you advice?

Cheers
 

Anson

Senior Member
Jul 31, 2006
8,210
7
38
ansonchew.com
www.ansonchew.com
#11
Hi
I recently got an FZ50.
Newbie here.
Brought my new toy to the airshow as well.
However was unable to produce the kind of shots you have taken.
I was using one of the presets (sports) during the aerial display, however the shots turned out very "grainy" or "noisy".

Could you advice?

Cheers
The Sports mode normally would increase the ISO to maintain the "sharpness" of the photo, I would advise that you use the "shutter-priority" mode while setting the ISO at 100.
 

Aug 23, 2004
70
0
0
38
#12
The Sports mode normally would increase the ISO to maintain the "sharpness" of the photo, I would advise that you use the "shutter-priority" mode while setting the ISO at 100.
Cheers
Still experimenting around with the cam.
 

Status
Not open for further replies.
Top Bottom