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  1. I have the Panasonic Lumix Fz70 and it is denied for alamy for the same reason. I bought this because of the great zoom. But the 1/2.3'' sensor at least for alamy isn't enough as they require larger. Apprently it doesn't matter if your shot looks good at 25% or 80%. It's mean to still look clean and crisp at 100%. Notice that many camera's from 100-500 dollars rarely have pictures that you can zoom into 100% and still look good in quality. I believe that 1/2.3'' is something like 14mm or so. I believe that you should get at least a 22mm sensor camera, and if you can get somethi
  2. Apparently the sensor on that is 1/2.3''. The sensor is the same size on my Panasonic Lumix FZ70. It takes really good shots, but I would say mine get the same message as yours because of the image sensor being the same size as yours. I would say to take photo's that they consider acceptable you would have to spend maybe at least $800 (not just $400 like I spent). Of course you probably could post your photo's to other websites. The Canon EOS 1300D isn't much more, about 600 dollars. It's sensor is a bit large, it is 22mm I believe. Compare that to the 1/2.3'' whic
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