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Panasonic Lumix FZ80 (FZ82) - Video tutorials by Graham Houghton

Whether you choose to take conventional landscapes, macro images, portraits or even create images using torch light there is certainly some element of image making which will appeal to everyone.

You don't need the most expensive camera equipment to enjoy this fascinating hobby and in many ways the simpler cameras allow you to concentrate entirely on the image creation rather than spending a considerable amount of time reckoning with the camera controls and menus of more complicated cameras. 

Graham Houghton


 

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Read More: Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82 Accessories and Modifications

A dedicated video showing the accessories that you can use to create some great close-up images using the FZ80/82 camera. 

Read More: Close up Photography with the Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82

In the final part of this mini-series I look at shooting video with the FZ80/82. From the selection of the correct shutter speed for "cinematic" look and the use of ND filters to enable the correct exposure when using these lower than normal shutter speeds. I also look at getting better audio by using external recorders to overcome the fact that this camera doesn't have a mic input jack.

Read More: The Panasonic Lumix FZ80:82 Revisited Part 5:Shooting Video (new upload)

How to set up and use the single point colour mode on Panasonic Lumix Bridge and M4/3 cameras. This is a useful, in camera, JPEG operation which allows you to select and isolate one single colour from you scene.

Read More: Single Point Colour Mode on Panasonic Lumix Cameras

In the final part of this mini-series I look at shooting video with the FZ80/82. From the selection of the correct shutter speed for "cinematic" look and the use of ND filters to enable the correct exposure when using these lower than normal shutter speeds. I also look at getting better audio by using external recorders to overcome the fact that this camera doesn't have a mic input jack.

Read More: The Panasonic Lumix FZ80:82 Revisited: Part 5 Shooting Video

In this video I look at the use of the in camera histogram and 18% grey cards for getting the correct exposure in tricky lighting conditions that usually "fool" the exposure metering circuit causing under or over exposure.

Read More: Getting the Correct Exposure on Panasonic Lumix Bridge Cameras

In this video, I take a look at some of the options available for shooting with flash. From the pop-up flash to external optical and radio triggered units and the choices for adding flash diffusers to create a softer light source. Concentrating mainly on flower/insect photography though the concepts are equally relevant for portrait photography and tabletop images.

Read More: The Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82 Revisited: Using Flash

1-2/3 inch sensors, like those in the FZ80/82, FZ200, FZ300/330, do suffer from image noise as the ISO is increased. In this video I show a technique that will allow ISO's as high as 3200 - even in lo light- to be used and output some extremely low image noise. It even enhanced images at the ISO 80/100 values. I also show a way to get long exposures (up to 60 seconds) with the FZ80/82 which is normally limited to 4 seconds.

Read More: High ISO Image Noise Reduction with Panasonic Bridge Cameras

The final installment in my recent revisitation of the Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82 bridge camera. Some final thoughts and a demonstration of the kind of quality that you can expect to achieve using this camera.

Read More: Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82 Revisited Series: Wrap up & Image Samples

In this video, I take a look at some of the options available for shooting with flash. From the pop-up flash to external optical and radio triggered units and the choices for adding flash diffusers to create a softer light source. Concentrating mainly on flower/insect photography though the concepts are equally relevant for portrait photography and tabletop images.

Read More: The Panasonic Lumix FZ80/82 Revisited: Using Flash

The author of these videos is Graham Houghton.

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