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    Default Questions when getting your first compact digital camera?

    Please help me out with this. What functions should I look for when deciding on a camera. Thanks!!

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    Default Re: Questions when getting your first compact digital camera?

    Is this your first camera to be?

    1) Avoid "noise" the grainy dots in low light/dark areas. The highest setting for ISO (light sensitivity) should not be more than 400. preferably ISO 200 and below if you can set it. I'll never use Auto ISO.

    2) White balance - It determines if the color you see is what you get.

    3) Image Sharpness - so far most camera fair well...

    4) If you like taking big group picture - choose wide angle lens camera.

    Preferably Cannon A series camera.
    :blah: D80, Sigma 18-50/f2.8, 70-200/f2.8 (HSM).

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    Default Re: Questions when getting your first compact digital camera?

    Yup this is going to be my first camera. I am actually looking at canon and nikon but am unsure which to go for. Many people in this forum suggest getting canon A series but I want to know more before deciding which to buy.

    I prefer taking scenery and portrait, at the same time learn to use those manaual functions to improve my photograhy skills.

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    Default Re: Questions when getting your first compact digital camera?

    Quote Originally Posted by Janeth View Post
    Yup this is going to be my first camera. I am actually looking at canon and nikon but am unsure which to go for. Many people in this forum suggest getting canon A series but I want to know more before deciding which to buy.

    I prefer taking scenery and portrait, at the same time learn to use those manaual functions to improve my photograhy skills.
    then the A series is definitely up for your grab.

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