View Full Version : A few new FZ20 sample images

Jim Zim
10-04-2004, 12:00 PM
I've posted a few new pictures from my FZ20 over on my web site (http://www.zimfamilycockers.com/Panasonic_Lumix_DMC-FZ20.html).

I laughed when I saw today's Digital Photo Of The Day over at Steve's Digicam's, because it's basically the same thing as one of the photos I took over the weekend.

The winner at Steve's Digicams:
Photographed by Carol Daughenbaugh with a Nikon 990

The one I took yesterday:
My photo, taken with a DMC-FZ20

Same type of flower, I do believe. I like the water drops on the winning shot, but I like the color of my flower better, and the leaves in the background are nicer in mine, I think. What do you think?

10-04-2004, 01:16 PM
Jim maybe it is the difference in our monitors but here is your photo desaturated a bit. I hope that is OK


10-04-2004, 01:42 PM
Thanks for the pics. Maybe it should be desaturated a bit because the original was bright enough that it was hurting my eyes. :eek: :p :D

Mike C.
10-04-2004, 03:02 PM
Thanks for posting the photos and info on your web site.

I have never spent more than $200 on a camera so as was ordering my FZ20 today (even after having every one tell me how good it was) there was still a little voice in my head asking "what the heck are you doing".

The proof is in the pictures! They all look great!

This entire forum has been great! I know a lot of the members must laugh at some of the questions I asked but I would never have even considered the FZ20 if it had not been pointed out to me. I have learned more in a few weeks of reading and following posts than I could have learned in a year of reading reviews.

I should have my camera in 3 or 4 days .... can't wait.

Thanks again .... Mike :)

10-04-2004, 03:50 PM
Just got back from Kauai; right in a Hibiscus bush, a "Golden Orb" spider had set up his website:
When you see one of these things, you'd swear he has a golden brooch on his back, but on closer inspection, it merely looks like a yellow mask. Taken with "old" FZ10 and Nikon 6T closeup lens.

10-04-2004, 09:57 PM
Wow, another great shot! :D