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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabir View Post
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    Default Re: Recommended Cameras

    what info are you looking for?
    I'm pretty happy with the Canon 720IS, as stated previously.
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    If you want to see what a particular camera can do, check out the camera finder on flickr to see what photos have been taken with the camera you are researching.

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    I'm looking at canon sd870 is and sony dsct200. I think canon has clearer photos. Am I wrong? What is the better choice?

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    Both cameras should yield nice images, but I do believe that the Canon camera has a slight overall image quality advantage.
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    Recommended Cameras
    Spring 2008 Edition


    Budget (Below $200)


    Canon Powershot A570 IS ($150)

    This camera provides amazing value for the price, you get an excellent feature set and camera in a compact package with good picture quality. It really does not get any better at this price range.

    Canon Powershot A720 IS ($200)

    Again, Canon comes through with the best sub-$200 compact camera, excellent feature set, proven image quality and excellent value. You really can't go wrong with it. It has a 6x zoom lens compared to the 4x zoom of the A570IS and an extra megapixel.


    Mid-Range ($200 - $350)

    The Panasonic Lumix FS3 has proven to be one of the nicer compact cameras out there in this price range, it takes good pictures and has a nice feature set. It also has better than average low light performance and less noise in high ISO's than most other cameras in its class, definitely recommended.


    Ultracompact ($200 - $400)

    Canon Powershot SD1100 ($250)
    Canon Powershot SD870 IS ($250)
    Canon Powershot SD950 IS ($350)

    Canon's popular SD series cameras shine through again providing good image quality and features in a ultra compact package. Noticeably however these camera's do not offer the best wide angle capability besides the SD870 IS which has the widest lens of the three of them if you really want good wide angle. The models very slightly in features and capability, mainly differing in the amount megapixels and slight differences in zoom capability.


    Ultrazoom ($300 - $500)

    Fujifilm FinePix S100fs ($799)

    Fuji Film FinePix has created the gem of all superzoom cameras on the market today with the S100fs, the camera outperforms every other superzoom on the market today, but of course comes with a high price tag which may persuade many to skip the bridge camera category and jump directly into the DSLR market.

    Panasonic Lumix FZ18 ($300)

    Panasonic has released a venerable successor to its popular FZ8 camera but this time offering 18x zoom compared to the FZ8's 12x zoom lens. The camera offers good image quality and a nice feature set.

    Canon Powershot S5 IS ($320)

    Canon's successor the highly rated and acclaimed S3 IS does not leave much to be desired. A good camera with good image quality and a 12x zoom lens to boot in a relatively compact package, if you want a camera with slightly less features than the S5 IS with the same 12x zoom lens consider the SX1000 IS ($225).

    Panasonic Lumix TZ5 ($299)

    The Panasonic TZ5, if you want 10x zoom in a compact passage this is the camera for you. Featuring a wide angle lens combined with good telephoto capability in a small package ensures that this camera is probably your best bet when it comes to big zoom in a small package. The camera takes good images in most conditions and has image stabilization to accompany the extra zoom range.
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    Default Re: Recommended Cameras

    I'm glad I've found this thread.

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    I can use my current XT lenses with it, so I don't need to buy the kit over again.

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    Default Re: Recommended Cameras

    thanks for tips

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    There going to be an early 09 edition by chance?

 

 
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