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Re: [OM] More Panny ZS200 [was GAS Relief!]

Subject: Re: [OM] More Panny ZS200 [was GAS Relief!]
From: Bill Pearce <billpearce@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2019 00:05:47 -0400 (EDT)
What I would want to know is, does the extra reach come with a price? Does the 
lens get dim racked all the way our? Many do. 

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From: "Moose" <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> 
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Sent: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 5:40:59 PM 
Subject: Re: [OM] More Panny ZS200 [was GAS Relief!] 

On 9/29/2019 2:10 PM, Chris Barker wrote: 
> I’m still mulling this over, Moose: the performance and the advisability of 
> replacing my perfectly serviceable Lumix ZS100/TZ100. 

Tough choice. 

> The longer reach is of great interest (as long as the mechanism and structure 
> aren’t more fragile as a result of the reach), 

It doesn't seem fragile. I've put an adhesive filter adapter on the end of it. 
Even with a two element close-up lens 
mounted, all seems well with the lens structure. 

> but so is the better EVF 

It is better; twice the pickles and a little visually larger, but I'm not the 
one to ask about that, as I'm largely EVF 
invariant. 

> and battery life (allegedly). 

I don't know about that. They both use the same battery, so any increase has to 
be down to improved energy efficiency. 

> 
> Thanks for these samples, 

You are very welcome. I do like sharing. :-) 

> and for the thoughts on the ISO invariance (ISO-less?). 

I use that term because DPreview uses it, so it will be pretty widely known. 

Zoomy Moose 

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