anyone to intro?
anyone to intro?
What's your budget?
Also you should check out www.dpreview.com for reviews on cameras.
which type you refer to digital or film?
what is your current lens?
Pro or SEMI-Pro?
SLR or DSLR or PTS camera?
normal camera will do
digital of cos
my HP camera die on me liao... hai.... 3.2 pixel... used to serve me well
but now it's dead... ask to send for repair n it cost me abt 100+++ near 200... which i think i can buy a new camera liao....
i just want a normal camera that i can take photo... i am not a pro in photo taking. so no point getting those super camera which i had seem at the football matches
one more point to add is
it does not comsume so much batt.. i don want to take like 20-30 shoots then need to change batt liao
also lookin for 1 that can recharge 1
Yes, what is your budget, i will recommend upon budget. <$300? <$400? <$500? or < $600?Originally Posted by rvf79
not more than 500
Originally Posted by espn
Canon EOS 5D, 24-70 f/4 L IS, 50 f/1.2 L, 70-300 f/4-5.6 L IS, 600EX-RT. Sigma 12-24 f/4.5-5.6 EX.
u jokin ah.... n70
Less than 500 buck ..
That a bit hard brother .. Maybe you consider buying second hand S1 or S2 canon camera
Canon User Since SLR 888
Owner of 5D mark III
or 600 like dat
and which brand will be better? n the there's no limit in price...
i lookin for a normal camera... i saw A540... like not bad le
Last edited by rvf79; 30th March 2006 at 09:49 PM.
can look for some lumix fx-series, all are OIS enabled
Check out the panasonic FX9 or FX8... It's bound to leave you happy if you take more shots in the day etc... The colours and sharpness is fantastic. The noise is a bit above average, but if you print at 4R, you won't be able to see it anyway. And unless you're using a 20 inch LCD, you won't see it if you view your photos normally like normal humans (i.e. not see 5% of the image at a time)
If you're those who prefer to hide in dark corners to take photos, u can look at the Fujifilm's F11. The low light capability of this camera is good, but the colours are lacking (dull IMHO), and there's this vertical banding problem/discoloration problem with it (strips of dark light dark light in your photos). Not obvious, but it's disturbing enough given that it'll show...
Oh.. if you like zooms.. check out the panasonic FZ5...
it's been pitted against canon's S1pro, S2pro, sony H1... and it came out tops all the time.
Last edited by unseen; 30th March 2006 at 11:53 PM.
i think there first you need to ask yourself is..........
1. how much you're willing to spend
2. if want to upgrade or extend the camera's functionality [as in lens , flash, etc. thats when dslr/slr comes in]
3. purpose for camera use. what you wanna take? hobby? work? macro, etc...
better to think about the $$$ first because you don't want to end up spending too much to buy anything else =P
just want to like go tour n take pic n also
cos i don think i would need to get additional len or flash.