Panasonic FZ-1000 Photo Gallery

  2018 February 6    Galleries   Camera-Specific


Here are some photos from testing the Panasonic DMC-FZ1000, a large-sensor bridge camera

Some of these have slight Curve adjustments.  Some of these photos are in the camera review, but I wanted to put some of the better examples here as well.




Blue Supermoon 31 January 2018

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000
Auto ISO 2000
f/5.6 @ 1/8 sec.
Zoom @ 400mm equivalent





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Panasonic DMC-FZ1000










Rusty Surface

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000




The surface in the upper third of the picture is curving away from the focus plane.



Weathered Paint

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000
Auto ISO 125
f/6.3 @ 1/250th sec.
Zoom: 45.9mm actual (35mm equivalent: 126 mm)
Slight "Curves" adjustments

This one was in the review to show field flatness or corner sharpness.  You can see the corners are as sharp as the center. 

I also like the colors and textures of a good weathered surface.




LED Headlamp

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000
Auto ISO 1600
f/7.1 @ 1/20th sec.
Zoom: 32.7mm actual (35mm equivalent: 90 mm)
No adjustments

A low-light test photo.  The FZ1000 does an impressive job of not producing blotchy, noisy pictures in this dim light.  While the sensor is about four times larger than that of a standard superzoom, it's still quite a bit smaller than that of a DSLR.

Good headlamp;  review here.



Sunlight At the Rusty Train Yard

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000
February 5, 2018
Auto ISO 125
f/6.3 @ 1/500th sec.
Zoom: 44.4mm actual (35mm equivalent: 122 mm)
Slight "Curve" adjustments.
See full-size, no adjustments.

This picture was rotated and cropped a little;  I wasn't holding the camera perfectly square to the scene.  The camera does have a built-in electronic level, but here I was standing at sort of an off angle... on a snowbank. 

The curve adjustments produce a similar effect to what you'd get with Vivid mode, available in-camera.  I could have just used that.  You can tweak the colors quite a bit in the camera settings if you want.  There's a full white-balance adjustment with two-axis color spectrum, as you'd get with any good DSLR.







I hope you've enjoyed the photo gallery.  Thanks again for reading.





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