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Emma Hamilton
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Panasonic/Lumix post focus

Post by Emma Hamilton » Wed Jun 20 2018 12:17

Anyone have any experience with the post focus function on the Panasonic/Lumix bridge cameras. Looks ideal for self takes when at times the focus is not 100% spot on.

https://www.panasonic.com/global/consum ... focus.html

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Re: Panasonic/Lumix post focus

Post by davelumb » Wed Jun 20 2018 12:34

I see the file size is limited to 3840 x 2160 pixel and I'm guessing it's jpeg only. But it should work OK. All it is really is a short HD video clip during which the focus is shifted for each frame.

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Re: Panasonic/Lumix post focus

Post by Jason Skilton » Wed Jun 20 2018 12:42

Emma Hamilton wrote:
Anyone have any experience with the post focus function on the Panasonic/Lumix bridge cameras. Looks ideal for self takes when at times the focus is not 100% spot on.

https://www.panasonic.com/global/consum ... focus.html

Thanks
rob
Lumix has something similar on the old G series I think which I use....intelligent auto focus. But I use the auto focus mode. Auto focus mode allows you to track or specify the subject.
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