I love the look of this new camera, especially in black.
As for the cons -
Poorly attached port cover - Canon cameras always get this...
What's the budget?
Any of the small Canon cameras do great close up or "macro" shots. Just make sure the area is well lit and don't use the flash.
I'd suggest buying one of the Canon cameras that has a hot shoe, such as the S5 IS, SX20, SX30 and several others such as the G10, G11, G12.
You can't go wrong with either an older Canon or Nikon DSLR with the kit lens (18-55mm) for close up stuff and a cheap 70-300mm zoom.
Don't waste money on the super expensive cards. They don't affect video/image quality at all.
A 5mp camera would do fine with the cheapest cards...
I've got the Lowepro EX-140 for my Canon S5 and 430EX flash. The SX20 should fit nicely in it too with room for accessories.
I am in the market for a new long lens either the 70-300 Canon or 150-500 Sigma. I have a 400D Canon EOS. The lenses are around the same price...
Don't rule out the Tamron 18-270.
I read a bunch of reviews of it when I was considering the Canon T2i.
I had an old Tamron 28-300 with my Nikon...
Their is a lot of argument on which is actually better.
A lot of people think AA is better because you can get
them anywhere, but a lot of...
I'm tired of fumbling with AA batteries on my Canon S5 and the 430EX flash.
I'm planning on upgrading to the SX30 and I'm glad they changed it to...
I love shooting video with my old Canon S5 IS super zoom. I was really interested in buying the T2i with a Tamron 18-270 lens.
What kept me from...
I do have Canon PowershotvSX130 IS... but i don't know how to use Point and Shoot option...Can any one help in this.:mad:
I looked at some pictures of your camera online.
Just change the dial at the top to "Auto". I think it's the green option on the dial.
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