Panasonic Lumix FZ50 - ISO|
According to Yin Wong: "We find the overall image quality of the Panasonic FZ50 to be very good to excellent at ISO 100, with low noise and images retaining most of the details. At higher ISOs, images suffer from noise. CA is under control in everyday shots and is not much of a problem even in high contrast shots. We find the overall image quality of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 at ISO 100 to be excellent with good details in the shadows and highlights. ISO 200 is usable. Noise is objectionable at higher ISOs."
Panasonic FZ50 camera - Viewfinder and LCD monitor
Yin Wong continues: "There is an electronic viewfinder (EVF: 235,000 pixels) as well as a large 2.0 in. flip-out LCD monitor with a high 207,000 pixels resolution. The LCD has a fast enough refresh rate for a smooth display. The LCD monitor's brightness can be adjusted in MENU/SETUP. Press the DISP button for more than 1 sec. and the Power LCD function kicks in and sets the LCD a notch brighter. The LCD gains up only slightly in low-light. Flip it out and rotate it for comfortable viewing above your head or at low angles." You want to learn more about the Panasonic LUMIX camera? Continue to read the Panasonic FZ50 review at Photoxels.
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