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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by nanush27, May 17, 2010.

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  1. nanush27

    nanush27 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I bought the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35, it is very convenient but I find that a lof ot pictures come out blurry if there is even a very small movement, can anyone tell me how to configurate it or what to do to avoid this?
    Sincerely,
     
  2. linskyjack

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    You would want to use shutter priority mode and set your shutter speed higher. This of course requires that more light gets into the camera so that might effect your decision. The other option would be to use a tripod. That would allow you to use slower shutter speeds, but any movement will still be an issue.
     
  3. bp936

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    Description of your camera sounds good, it says:
    maybe someone is shaking too much, use a tripod?
     
  4. nanush27

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    Thank you so much, sorry to ask you again, but how do I set the shutter speed higher?
     
  5. bp936

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    didn't you get a booklet with it? Find there about shutter speed, I don't know about that because I mostly use Auto settings on any camera and I don't have a fancy one like yours/ But even my cheap cameras make excellent pictures.
    Maybe when linskyjack comes on line, he can explain.
    In the meantime, look up info here:
    http://www.steves-digicams.com/came...dmc-fz35/panasonic-lumix-dmc-fz35-review.html

    I always check at this site first, any information about cameras I am interested in.
    What I read, |I wish I had a good camera like that, the Leica DC-Vario-Elmarit Lens is one of the best.
     
  6. nanush27

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    thank you so much
     
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    I like the fact that it has a good zoom and manual controls.

    However, personally, I'd prefer a Canon Powershot G11 or SX20IS because those cameras have that wonderful flip-out screen plus a hot shoe for a proper flash, something that I think is very important if you want to get into photography at some level past using "Auto" all the time.
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    Panasonic FH20
     
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    make sure that the image stabilization is turned on. i think theres 3 settings
     
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