Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
Rule of thumb I read was f11 and then 1/ISO for shutter speed. This means that if you're using ISO 100, you use 1/100. ISO 80, then 1/80. White balance set to SUN (because moon is reflecting sunlight). Wait! My camera doesn't do f11!!! Mine, the FZ20, can only do f8, which is more open and therefore lets in more light. So you would need to speed up the shutter to compensate. Moronically, I don't know how many full stops there are between 8 and 11, so I cannot tell you how much to compensate for. :) I think the number I worked before was around 1/150 at ISO 100. And use a tripod.
Posted on Sep 07, 2005
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