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    TZ3

    The TZ3 is the only digital camera I have, I bought it mainly to get used to digital and for the all family to use. For myself I would have choosen the LX2 or the GR100. Actually one of these two with a bigger sensor would be ideal for me, Just hope Leica will do it some day.

    So here is a guy I met every day in my bathroom taken in B&W, I printed it on a 16'x13' (with margins around ) and it is really surprising for such a small sensor and Jpeg.

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    I like that! It reminds me of a Weston.

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    You must have quite a massive printer!!

    Quote Originally Posted by sinwen View Post
    ....I printed it on a 16'x13' (with margins around )

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    Re: TZ3

    Quote Originally Posted by kai.e.g. View Post
    You must have quite a massive printer!!
    Wallpaper?
    Sláinte

    Robert.

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    Re: TZ3

    I have a TZ3 too. Very nice, very versatile camera, but it would be even better if it saved RAW.

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    Re: TZ3

    I know I have a lot of cameras but for most of the summer I only had a TZ3. When it is your only camera you learn to make it do what you want as if you had manual control with scene modes and lots of +/-EV. Here are some samples....

    30 second exposure Central Park




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    Re: TZ3

    Kaie, an epson 4000 is enough.

    Teb, I certainly don't master this small camera yet, too many settings for me, your central park picture is impressive noise wise. Let me know how pls !

    Michel

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    I guess they always look smaller in website pictures than they are in real life

    ( PS: 16'x13' = 16 feet x 13 feet )

    Quote Originally Posted by sinwen View Post
    Kaie, an epson 4000 is enough.
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