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The high speed (slow-mo) is cool, but it's lower-resolution than full HD. See this link to a video I mad with this camera: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xi-72avWLY. All the exterior shots and slow-motion shots were made with this camera. I believe the latest update to this camera from Panasonic (the FZ200) has full r… see more The high speed (slow-mo) is cool, but it's lower-resolution than full HD. See this link to a video I mad with this camera: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xi-72avWLY. All the exterior shots and slow-motion shots were made with this camera. I believe the latest update to this camera from Panasonic (the FZ200) has full resolution high-speed video, but I'm not sure. see less The high speed (slow-mo) is cool, but it's lower-resolution than full HD. See this link to a video I mad with this camera: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xi-72avWLY. All the exterior shots and slow-motion shots were made with this camera. I believe the latest update to this camera from Panasonic (the FZ200) has full resolution high-speed video, but I'm not sure.
By Rob Watson on March 2, 2013
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This camera scores high with me in shutter lag time. It is very quick and it has a great burst mode also. The only problem I have had is with noise at higher ISOs. For lag time stats, I entered the camera name and shutter lag time and got that info. I can say that I was impressed with the speed when capturing birds.
By Phyllis Houghton on July 5, 2013
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Hello Edwin, I will direct your attention to a website, that should give you a partial and possibly complete answer to your question. I did a Google search asking your question "Panasonic fz150 setup for a portrait picture". the one result I used was the first answer of the search highlighted with the words "Photo Sty… see more Hello Edwin, I will direct your attention to a website, that should give you a partial and possibly complete answer to your question. I did a Google search asking your question "Panasonic fz150 setup for a portrait picture". the one result I used was the first answer of the search highlighted with the words "Photo Style" Menu... website: www.tlc-system.com/artzen. Make sure you use the next page at the bottom of the article. The website is very useful. see less Hello Edwin, I will direct your attention to a website, that should give you a partial and possibly complete answer to your question. I did a Google search asking your question "Panasonic fz150 setup for a portrait picture". the one result I used was the first answer of the search highlighted with the words "Photo Style" Menu... website: www.tlc-system.com/artzen. Make sure you use the next page at the bottom of the article. The website is very useful.
By Frodo Lives. on May 22, 2014
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There is no "AC cable" in the US package. Did you mean A/V cable? Not that either.
By DogMeister on March 12, 2013
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Yes for rule of thirds. There is a program to download so PS can see the RW2 files, but I haven't downloaded it yet for PSE10. I have a iMac and when I want to process in PSE10 I convert to Tiff files, but will download the program eventually.
By Phyllis Houghton on February 13, 2013
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yes and I think now that I have upgraded to a new camera I'm gonna sell it.
By Dean Gransar on November 13, 2014
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This camera does not have interchangeable lenses; it has the equivalent of a 25mm (wide) to 600 mm (tele) zoom lens. Portraits are traditionally shot with about 150 mm (medium zoom) lens.
By Kenny B on May 22, 2014
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In my opinion, yes the LCD screen is very secure. To use it, it must be swiveled away from the back of the camera but the hinge seems to be very hefty. And when not in use it snaps very tightly into the camera back. It doesn't come open unless you want it to. I don't think it would present a problem. However, I must… see more In my opinion, yes the LCD screen is very secure. To use it, it must be swiveled away from the back of the camera but the hinge seems to be very hefty. And when not in use it snaps very tightly into the camera back. It doesn't come open unless you want it to. I don't think it would present a problem. However, I must say that I don't use it too much as I prefer to use the optical viewfinder most of the time. see less In my opinion, yes the LCD screen is very secure. To use it, it must be swiveled away from the back of the camera but the hinge seems to be very hefty. And when not in use it snaps very tightly into the camera back. It doesn't come open unless you want it to. I don't think it would present a problem. However, I must say that I don't use it too much as I prefer to use the optical viewfinder most of the time.
By Bob Head on January 15, 2013
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Absolutely....It's one of my prerequisites.
By Marilyn on September 2, 2012