2nd March 2005, 04:20 PM
i'm going to buy a camera next week at IT fair. so facing a dilemma abt which cam to buy. i am considering canon ixus s40. sony t33, konica minolta x50/ can anyone advice me on which one to get? and any good and cheap place to get? Also, for those using these cam, can u give me some feedback on their printout quality and any tints in the printout? thanks.
2nd March 2005, 05:24 PM
2nd March 2005, 05:51 PM
suggest you go to the fair, try them out and get a feel for the cams. image output wise, all small digicams are about the same. what is impt is issues like battery life, user interface feel in the hands, ease of use, etc.
2nd March 2005, 08:16 PM
thks nad. but i got printouts from canon with orange tinted colors so i was wondering whether it wil be the same for s40.
2nd March 2005, 08:20 PM
i think u should start right now. go harvey norman, best denki... to try out the different cameras that u have in mind. bring along memory cards to store the images and bring home to see the output. make a decision before the fair start
bcos during the IT fair, normally damn crowded. for me, i 'beo' the items that i want, wait for the fair to see what price or promotions available, then go straight into the booth and buy
2nd March 2005, 09:43 PM
hi, can anyone advise me on the batt life and ease of use for the respective cameras : CANON IXUS S40, SONY T33 and MINOLTA X50... coz i nid to buy one soon... thanks!!
2nd March 2005, 10:08 PM
go to the shop and try them out.
2nd March 2005, 11:05 PM
hi, can anyone advise me on the batt life and ease of use for the respective cameras : CANON IXUS S40, SONY T33 and MINOLTA X50... coz i nid to buy one soon... thanks!! And also, i see from the reviews that canon s40's cons include egde sharpness and fringing. I would like to know how's the situation for the other 2 cam.. million thanks.
3rd March 2005, 12:10 AM
You have posted 4 threads asking the same qns. Pls refrain from multiple posting.
Camera comparison can be found in review sites like:
Alternatively, you can do a search for past discussion.
3rd March 2005, 12:20 AM