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It's no point and shoot camera. In fact, the FZ200 makes sharper, clearer pictures than the Nikons I've used until recently. Remember, this camera's lens is made by and branded LEICA. That's really all that needs to be said. There are a lot of capabilities built into this camera, such as the ability to control the amou… see more It's no point and shoot camera. In fact, the FZ200 makes sharper, clearer pictures than the Nikons I've used until recently. Remember, this camera's lens is made by and branded LEICA. That's really all that needs to be said. There are a lot of capabilities built into this camera, such as the ability to control the amount of bokeh in long shots and such as shooting video in different speeds for special effects. I may get into trouble for saying this, but this camera may well represent the future of fine photography... and you'll never have the wrong lens attached for the moment or need to clean dust off your sensor. It's no mere point and shoot camera. see less
By Jim Collins on February 19, 2014
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Auto is all I've used so far and I am very happy with the results.
By Robert Lanman on September 30, 2013
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Yes. One of the presets is B&W. Also, several other filters.
By rvm4 on March 10, 2013
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Can't explain the science of it, but I used this on buses and vans taking pictures through my side window. I didn't use flash because it was daytime. The camera focused fine on the objects and focus time seemed normal (I mean the camera didn't seem confused and try and focus on the window or go in/out of focus). The pi… see more Can't explain the science of it, but I used this on buses and vans taking pictures through my side window. I didn't use flash because it was daytime. The camera focused fine on the objects and focus time seemed normal (I mean the camera didn't seem confused and try and focus on the window or go in/out of focus). The pictures did not show any reflection of the glass or seem to have any different colors. I tried this on buses with tinted glass and buses without tinted glass. see less
By Kevin on October 7, 2014
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First off, the FZ200 is NOT a DSLR. You cannot change the lens. It is called a "bridge camera." The lens that is built into the camera is a Leica 25mm-600mm constant f2.8 aperture lens. That is about as much lens as most people ever need.
I just use the builtin flash. Panasonic makes several flashes, but the cost… see more
First off, the FZ200 is NOT a DSLR. You cannot change the lens. It is called a "bridge camera." The lens that is built into the camera is a Leica 25mm-600mm constant f2.8 aperture lens. That is about as much lens as most people ever need.
I just use the builtin flash. Panasonic makes several flashes, but the cost almost as much as the camera. If I need an external flash, I use my Canon 40D DSLR and its EX58o external flash.
I realize this doesn't help you, but with the f2.8 lens you "might" not really need to buy an external flash. If you do, I'd buy one that Panasonic makes for the FZ200. I have no experience with any of them. Sorry... see less

By George Burke on December 17, 2013
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Clarity of what you see through the viewfinder is adjustable to adopt to each person's different eyesight. There is a small ribbed wheel on the left side of the viewfinder to make that adjustment. Turn that wheel either up or down until what you see through the viewfinder is clear. It's that simple!
By G. Erickson on March 29, 2014
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Yes I think it one year.
By Toby D. Farman on April 16, 2014
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My FZ200 says "Made In Japan" on the bottom. It continues to be an excellent camera. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
By David Grace on February 26, 2014
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I do not use an external flash on my camera -- only the built in flash. One reason for this is that the camera does so well catching the light (one of the main reasons that I bought the camera). I have on occasion increased the ISO settings to help the situation in low light.
Another reason that I bought this came… see more
I do not use an external flash on my camera -- only the built in flash. One reason for this is that the camera does so well catching the light (one of the main reasons that I bought the camera). I have on occasion increased the ISO settings to help the situation in low light.
Another reason that I bought this camera was because I did not want to tote extra lenses and accessories. Carrying around an external flash would run counter to this. I rarely miss have an external flash. see less

By PW on October 25, 2013