small digital cameras
Posted 22 March 2011 - 06:44 PM
That was after writing to Canon and complaining about no manual. They didn't really seem too bothered by it.
Posted 15 December 2011 - 08:27 PM
Posted 30 March 2013 - 11:07 PM
I'm very (exceedingly in fact) with my two Lumix cameras and the Pentax Q. All pocket friendly.
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Posted 31 March 2013 - 12:06 AM
"The best pocket camera ever made." — The New York Times
Exquisite image quality and high-end handling are available for the first time in a truly compact camera. The Cyber-shot® RX100 features a massive 1" sensor and large-aperture F1.8 lens with integrated control ring for intuitive access to settings. Combined with supreme ISO sensitivity, you'll enjoy richly-detailed results with remarkably low noise even in challenging lighting conditions. Whether you're a pro looking for a premium compact camera, or simply want to take your point and shoot photography to the next level, the RX100 offers excellent quality and SLR-like operation in a sophisticated, pocket-friendly package you'll want to take everywhere.
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Posted 03 April 2013 - 01:18 PM
After I lost my beloved Canon G-12 on the 2nd day of a recent San Francisco vacation (fortunately only losing 1 day's worth of pix), I looked at new Canons, Nikons and Sony cameras in generally the same price range. I almost pulled the trigger on the Sony above, but for $200 or so less, I've been pretty happy so far with with my first Nikon digital, the Nikon P-7700.
It has a nice long zoom, shoots great in low light, and has the fully articulated back screen which Canon dropped from their new G15. It doesn't have a viewfinder, however. And it will not fit in a shirt pocket, which the Sony appears able to do.