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Bridge Camera Advice Fz150, Sx40, Sx50? Pls Help


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#1 Ioway

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 03:42 AM

Hello

I have used a Lumix SZ7 since it first came out to take thousands of photos some of which have sold printed on canvas by fineartamerica. I guess i have finally outgrown this camera and have been studying options for a year. When i think i have a decision then i read another review and go back to square one.
These are my priorities...
Very functional evf w diopter adjust (i rarely use the display)
0cm macro
very accurate color, hue, temperature
extreme detail image capable for printing 8x10 or larger
I prefer to do no post camera photoshop
Video is not that important other than occassional clip
nature, auto racing, aircraft, natural low light, some spots actio
at least x18 zoom w ability to do manual focus
accurate auto focus as my eyesight is not so good
flash hotshoe is nice
Rechargeable battery
take moonlight photos
would like to connect to telescope for planet photos

must have very effective anti vibration due to medical condition

i will greatly appreciate any advice.
I dont mind getting a camera that is not the latest model if it meets my requirements.

Thank you



#2 CP140

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Posted 08 December 2012 - 03:56 AM

QUOTE (Ioway @ Dec 5 2012, 07:42 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello

I have used a Lumix SZ7 since it first came out to take thousands of photos some of which have sold printed on canvas by fineartamerica. I guess i have finally outgrown this camera and have been studying options for a year. When i think i have a decision then i read another review and go back to square one.
These are my priorities...
Very functional evf w diopter adjust (i rarely use the display)
0cm macro
very accurate color, hue, temperature
extreme detail image capable for printing 8x10 or larger
I prefer to do no post camera photoshop
Video is not that important other than occassional clip
nature, auto racing, aircraft, natural low light, some spots actio
at least x18 zoom w ability to do manual focus
accurate auto focus as my eyesight is not so good
flash hotshoe is nice
Rechargeable battery
take moonlight photos
would like to connect to telescope for planet photos

must have very effective anti vibration due to medical condition

i will greatly appreciate any advice.
I dont mind getting a camera that is not the latest model if it meets my requirements.

Thank you


Have a look at the Panasonic FZ200... it meets many of of your priorities. I've had mine for about 6 weeks and am quite happy with it.



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