Trying out new camera - Panasonic DMC-FZ7

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  1. sm3287

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    Well had my new camera for about 3 days now. So far I'm liking it. Learning something new on it every day. The zoom on it is pretty nice. I think its a good replacement for my Sony DSC-W7. Heres a few pictures, Did no touch ups, just resized the images for easier viewing..

    #1 - Might have over did it with the exposure but looks pretty cool, Like how it came out sharp. Picture was taken between 11:30-12:00 at night.
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    #2 - My iguana, i let it hang out on the window to catch some sun..
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    #3 - The Moon straight from the camera, i like how it came out. Best i could do before was the picture below it and i did that by placing my camera on my telescopes view finder..
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    #3B - Old Moon picture taken with Sony DSC-W7, sharpened a tad.
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    Trying out the zoom, Camera was on manual came out sharper then i thought it would considering how shaky my hands are..

    #4 - What i zoomed on.
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    #A - Empire state building.
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    #B - Plane,
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    -Thanks for viewing.
     
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    Here are 2 more pictures I took. Any comments/critiques feel free to post them.

    #1 - Shot from my window, Plane appeared at last second to create the line..
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    #2 - From roof.
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    I have to say I'm amazed by the quality some of the pictures gave you. I was initially going for this very camera, but got a very good deal getting me a Nikon D40. Very good choice, for a compact!
     

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