View Poll Results: Which digicam in your opinion is the most versatile/adaptable ?

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  • Canon Powershot G3

    36 25.35%
  • Canon Powershot S45

    8 5.63%
  • Nikon Coolpix 5700

    27 19.01%
  • Fujifilm Finepix S602z

    30 21.13%
  • Minolta Dimage 7Hi

    33 23.24%
  • Olympus E20

    5 3.52%
  • Olympux C730uz

    5 3.52%
  • Sony DSC-F717

    17 11.97%
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Thread: Which is the most versatile prosumer camera ?

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    Default Which is the most versatile prosumer camera ?

    Which digicam in your opinion is the most versatile ? (as in ... ... shoot anywhere/anytime/anyplace)

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    I would just choose the smallest. It needn't be the "best" in terms of features though.
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    i vote for the G3

    given a choice i'll vote for Ixus V series... Ixus v3 is pretty good. Or fuji finepix s402. the Minidisc sized camera.. i've used both of em be4.. n love the s402 for it's size, beautiful colors n image sharpness and ixus for it's veresatility, sleek feel, size.

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    this topic should be changed to "which is the most versatile prosumer DIGITAL camera."
    Canon 300D, 30D, 5D. 17-40 f4 L, 24-105 f4 L, 70-200 f2.8 L IS

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    Where are all the 5700 owners? Come on! You guys know that NOTHING beats the 5700 in the price range!

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    Canon g3..

    in fact, i had a s45 then sold it and got a g3...

    superb so far!

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    Originally posted by Evilmerlin
    Where are all the 5700 owners? Come on! You guys know that NOTHING beats the 5700 in the price range!

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    seems like most just voted their camera?
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    What's the use of the poll? A scan through the specifications would reveal the extent of the adaptability of most of the cameras. If one is truly interested in stretching the camera to the limit and actually making use of the capabilities, thorough research and personal testing is much recommended.

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    In my honest opinion, E20 should not be in the list... while C-5050 is missing from the list...

    I will vote for C-5050, as the price of it ain't very high... and it has the full features of the E20... Of course, nothing is perfect, it does has its con...

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    Originally posted by Evilmerlin
    Where are all the 5700 owners? Come on! You guys know that NOTHING beats the 5700 in the price range!

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    For all who wrote about price, it is irrelevant. The vote is for the most versatile prosumer camera. So features, flexibility and full user controls are more appropriate. So many on the list are actually not very versatile.

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    Originally posted by konei


    For all who wrote about price, it is irrelevant. The vote is for the most versatile prosumer camera. So features, flexibility and full user controls are more appropriate. So many on the list are actually not very versatile.
    hmm... which ones are not very versatile?
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    Well, you can judge for yourself. Which ones do not startup fast, performs slowly at focusing, takes only very few frames, do not allow full user controls, does not support a good external flash, has limited or slow zoom, or limited storage. Imagine having to take actions shots, night shots, indoor shots, video, landscape, macro. Cameras that can take all that kind of shots well is most versatile.

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    Rephrase,

    In your opinion, which ones do not meet the criteria you set down?

    I could judge on my own but would really like to hear your opinion, if any.
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    Default Re: Which is the most versatile prosumer camera ?

    Originally posted by s45newbie
    Which digicam in your opinion is the most versatile ? (as in ... ... shoot anywhere/anytime/anyplace)
    My c4040 can adjust all the settings as well as holding it with one hand only. Is that versatile enough?



    Now using another hand to hold my slave flash.... waiting to get a bracket for it.

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    get a head mount just kidding....
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    wah............ currently leading by 7Hi.... hehehe

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    These kind of poll will never be accurate. The result will more likely show what kind of camera(s) these people who took part on this poll owns. Each will usually say theirs is the most versatile.

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    Originally posted by beluga
    These kind of poll will never be accurate. The result will more likely show what kind of camera(s) these people who took part on this poll owns. Each will usually say theirs is the most versatile.
    the C2100UZ most versatile! cheap and good!
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    Originally posted by denizenx


    the C2100UZ most versatile! cheap and good!

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