Good morning everyone!
I took this photo at the entrance of the Jesuitenwiese (Jesuite Meadow), a very large public park in Vienna, just a few meters away from the Danube River.
It's a very quiet part of the town, perfect to relax and ease your mind.
I found it very funny to see this guy using the cracks in the table as a support for his device. He almost set up his own outdoors private cinema!
I'm not sure if he was talking to someone or watching a movie but he was quite interested in whatever was happening on that tiny, tiny screen. My guess is that he was making a video call to his girlfriend, but I wasn't close enough to see it.
This is another situation where I made good use of the Zoom Feature of this great Panasonic camera. The Zoom Level was set to 30x, the maximum Optical Zoom available in this Lumix DC-TZ90 model.
I find it incredible how the camera keeps the image stabilised without the need to use a tripod! Fantastic technology! It's definitely in a whole different league from the Canon IXUS 210 I had been using over the last decade.
The maximum Optical Zoom on my old Canon is only 4x and it's almost impossible to stabilise the image without a tripod. This shot would have been impossible on that device.
|Camera||Panasonic Lumix DC-TZ90|
|Location||Vienna - Austria|