Discussion in 'Panasonic Chat' started by Brian, Apr 5, 2010.
Perhaps your standards are higher than mine, and anyway I only print to A3.
I dont print at all Brian but I wouldnt dream of using my FZ7 beyond ISO 100! Its lowerst is 80 and even that shows noise in dark areas-ridiculous!
But Larry what are you trying to prove? This thread is about the GF1 Panasonic which has a huge sensor ( roughly 7x ) compared to the FZ7 and quite honestly on another planet in every respect.
Owning a GF1 and two Nikons a D200 and a D300 I can assure you for me the GF1 is better at 800 ISO then the former and perhaps only a stop behind the latter.
Don't take my word for it read DPreview etc.
Yes it has faults but what doesn't.
Sorry Brian, I had no idea of the specs of the GF1, I just presumed it was another pseudo SLR with small sensor and high pixel count.
You are excused.
I was quite impressed with my mum's GF1 which I had a chance to use whilst we were on holiday last month. The major downer for me was the interface, I found it all a bit fiddly (certainly a step behind my Pentax and Nikon digital cameras). That said, IQ was excellent, it's a great size, and a very pleasing camera to use (once correctly set).
I agree, well I think I agree if by interface you mean the controls.
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