Monday, September 23, 2019

Digital Moments, Black and Whites II

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18


Black and Whites II

'Five frames with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18, throwback 2009, Part II'

The Panasonic DMC-FZ18, besides the DMC-FX33 and DMC-FX55, was one of the first three Panasonic digital cameras to be introduced with the Face Detection feature.

Lumix DMC-FZ18

This feature detects up to 15 faces in a scene and then uses this information to set focus and exposure appropriately, enabled automatically in portrait or baby scene modes, and can cope with moving subjects.

The second feature introduced was the 'Intelligent Auto' mode. This feature enables the camera to analyze the scene and selects the scene mode (Portrait, Scenery, Macro, Night Scenery, or Night Portrait) automatically, and activates the Panasonic FZ18's optical image stabilization, intelligent ISO, face detection, and continuous autofocus functions as necessary.

Other features of the Panasonic Lumix FZ18 include a 188,000 pixels electronic viewfinder, a 2.5-inch LCD display with the 207,000-pixel resolution,  ISO sensitivity to 1,600 (or 6,400 max. in high sensitivity mode), a range of creativity-friendly options including both aperture and shutter-priority plus a full manual mode, and up to fourteen scene modes to keep things going.

Lumix DMC-FZ18

Images are stored in 27MB of built-in memory or on SD / MMC / SDHC cards in either JPEG or raw file formats (with a raw+JPEG option available). Power comes from a proprietary lithium-ion battery that provides enough power for 400 shots (CIPA standard). Connectivity options are NTSC / PAL video and USB, and bundled software includes Lumix Simple Viewer, PhotofunStudio viewer, SILKYPIX Developer Studio 2.1SE, ArcSoft MediaImpression, and ArcSoft PanoramaMaker.

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