View Poll Results: Which of the following DCs do you think it is the most value for money?

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  • Canon G2

    6 11.54%
  • Canon PRO 90IS

    2 3.85%
  • Minolta Dimage 7I

    5 9.62%
  • Fuji Finepix 602Z

    5 9.62%
  • Olympus C-720

    1 1.92%
  • Olympus E-10

    16 30.77%
  • Nikon Coolpix 5000

    2 3.85%
  • Others (Pls specify)

    6 11.54%
  • Forget it. None of them is worth buying. Getting a SLR/DSLR

    9 17.31%
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Thread: Value for money prosumer digital camera

  1. #21

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    S602 is very light by comparison.
    One thing I must say is that the E10 does feel like $1600.
    Build quality is impressive and I'm quite taken with its handling.

    Will be eagerly awaiting the Olydak.....

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    Originally posted by Zerstorer


    One thing I must say is that the E10 does feel like $1600.
    Build quality is impressive and I'm quite taken with its handling.

    Will be eagerly awaiting the Olydak.....
    sama sama. If Olydak takes off, it'll be an interesting alternative for me....
    Check out my wildlife pics at www.instagram.com/conrad_nature

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    Wah... 602 user talking abt defection already?

    Anyway, what is this "olydak" you guys are talking abt?
    Is it the new cam that was unveiled @ Photokina?
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  4. #24

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Wah... 602 user talking abt defection already?

    Anyway, what is this "olydak" you guys are talking abt?
    Is it the new cam that was unveiled @ Photokina?
    It's a new DSLR format agreed upon by the Fuji/Kodak/Olympus triumvirate.

    Sounds like a formidable alliance. Imagine Olympus and Fuji building lenses and bodies and Kodak/Fuji coming up with CCDs/CMOs sensors...... all in a package similar to the current E series with the advantages of superfast/bright and yet smaller optimized lenses compared to normal DSLRs using lenses originally designed for 35mm film format ...the mind boggles at what they might achieve.

  5. #25

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    The price of E-10 is very tempting for a dslr. But everytime I think of the price of the 3X teleconvertor, I will have to reconsider.

  6. #26

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    With the S602, you can.

    But seriously, if you are turning up for the next seed and if i can make it, i'll gladly bring down my S602 for you to try it out and see if you like it... as for the kind of pictures the S602 can take, will, my gallery in my signature...
    Tks alot wolfgang. However, I wun be attending the upcoming SEED cos I am in the midst of preparing for my exams. Will have to wait till after 20 Nov. Justing giving myself a little break now and then from my studies to do a little research in the forum.

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    Falcon,

    do u plan to bring that prosumer DC on holidays? The wt and size matters u know, not to mention being light on the pocket!!

    For me, its the 5700! Also, to answer yr Q on macro, it is not too bad, abt 3 cm, but the 5000 handles macro better somehow...

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