View Poll Results: A590IS or S2000HD?

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  • Canon Powershot A590IS

    4 66.67%
  • Fujifilm S2000HD

    2 33.33%
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Thread: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

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    Default Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    Sorry that i posted this twice. I hope this polling help me wif the difficult choice.

    I'm asking on behalf of my friend. His budget is ard $350~$450 and i recommended the 2 models as mentioned. Any1 cares to give advices on which 1 to choose or any other model? (with manual control). He's a beginner in photographing...

    Canon A590IS (S$370)
    Pro: F-stop of F2.6 - F5.5, Shutter 15s-1/2000s, cheaper & smaller in size
    Con: 4x optical zoom, no wide angle, 8MP

    Fuji S2000HD (S$450)
    Pro: wide angle, 14.8x optical zoom, HD video, 10MP
    Con: F-stop of F3.5 - F5.4, Shutter 4s-1/1000s, cost S$70 more, bulky

    so hard to choose...
    E-M5, GF-1 (20, 12-35, 35-100, 7.5)

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    Default Re: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    y nobody care to help voting the poll?
    E-M5, GF-1 (20, 12-35, 35-100, 7.5)

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    Default Re: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    any1 can help me wif the poll?
    E-M5, GF-1 (20, 12-35, 35-100, 7.5)

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    Default Re: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    i have no idea what the cameras are..
    im also trying to decide between DSLR and SLR..

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    Default Re: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    i chose canon because it is able to have longer exposure and IS. I wont choose either actually, prefer a S5 IS

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    Default Re: Canon A590IS or Fuji S2000HD?

    Quote Originally Posted by photogal7 View Post
    i have no idea what the cameras are..
    im also trying to decide between DSLR and SLR..
    Advice is to attend some basic courses. Cus no point spending on best equips if the output is so-so

    Both have their pros and cons. If there is budget constraint i suggest you to get a 2nd hand entry lvl DSLR which can be available at BnS for less than 500 w kit lens and accessories.

    The cost of film, and development can exceed the cost of a dslr in long run if you are shooting often.

    my 2 cents.

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