Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera
Example, this photo stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9144267@N02/8119325985/in/set-72157631843701583/ any help is welcome!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blue photos
Snow pictures tend to be blue due to the blue spectrum being scattered and reflected from the snow (similar to why the sky is blue). Plus just after sunset, you're going to get a cooler color temperature (blue cast). However, instead of choosing Auto WB, I'd set the white balance manually. (You might also try Warm in Color Effect settings for an even warmer effect.)
Posted on Sep 06, 2005
1. Adjust ISO or ASA 100
2. Adjust AWB Indoor florescent or Bulb while outdoor select sunny or foggy it depends of the place
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
SOURCE: DMC TZ3 Funny Pics
Like mem card problems. Try another in the camera, try reading card on a computer via a usb port card reader. Try reformating card using camera FORMAT function.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
If you can adjust the ISO sensitivity to a lower number then the graininess will be reduced.
However, by reducing the ISO, you will need a slower shutter speed and a larger aperture. A tripod, table or other support may be necessary.
The "noise reduction" setting on the camera can also be adjusted a step up.
Taking pictures at full resolution and fine compression will also help.
Overall, at least try lowering the ISO, and using the flash brighter.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
You have only two fix options:-
1. Get the front lens element replaced by Panasonic. This will be fairly expensive. Afterwards, buy and fit a skylight filter to protect the lens.
2. Buy a skylight filter to protect the front of the lens from further damage and use photo processing software to retouch the affected images. This won't necessarily cost much, but will be a real pain to have to do all the time.
Whatever you do, do not attempt to polish out the scratch as this will destroy the lens coatings and will also reshape the lens slightly ruining it's optical qualities.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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