Posts Tagged with "Lumix ZS3"

Davao Food Tourism with Davao “FAT”

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Davao Food Tourism with Davao “FAT”

Tweet On March in 2009, prior to me owning the high-power zooming ultra compact Lumix ZS3 and a Canon EOS 550D, I brought my trusty Nokia N82 camera phone to Davao City in time for the now annual Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT) through the efforts and graciousness (not of the local DOT as you [...]

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In Photos: Two Eclipses and a January

Saturday, January 16, 2010

In Photos: Two Eclipses and a January

Tweet This much I know when attempting to photograph an eclipse, be it lunar or solar: my first few attempts will always end up a failure. See that post-header image? Got that this at around past 5 in the afternoon on 01.15.2010 when I hoped for a decent shot of the solar eclipse. Shooting earlier [...]

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Must-Havs from Havaianas Revealed in Photos

Friday, November 13, 2009

Must-Havs from Havaianas Revealed in Photos

Tweet You’ll probably say, “meh, slippers, whutev.” You are dead wrong! Deader than dead! So Havaianas has expanded their product portfolio to “Must-Hav” bags now. Great looking bags, at that. At first I thought, “WTF am I doing in this launch. There’s just going to be wimmin’s bags here.” I too soon realized that I’m [...]

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Sampling Lumix ZS3′s HD Video Shooting Capabilities

Monday, September 21, 2009

Tweet Another factor that made me choose the Panasonic Lumix ZS3 over Canon’s Powershot SX200 IS compact camera is this particular feature: HD Video with 12x Optical (super) Zoom and Stereo Sound Recording. I sacrificed having full manual controls for this spec so it better deliver. Below are two raw videos which I shot using [...]

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes (look out you rock ‘n rollers)

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Tweet For years, I have restrained myself from getting a DSLR and yet I managed to live, just let my N82 capture the instants, and still rather effectively tell a tale with my shots, humility aside. However, as days turned to months, moreso after Sony had so kindly let me use some of their flagship [...]

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