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Thread: A good back-up camera?

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    Default A good back-up camera?

    I am currently using a 40D and looking at the options of either getting a back-up cam or upgrading to a better cam and make my current cam the back-up.

    Please advise also on people using G10 as a back-up cam. Pros and cons?

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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    I am using a G10 as a back-up or in tight places! Its awesome. Shots are on par if not better with my DSLR. I always shoot M mode or A mode on the G10.

    Cheers

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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    What are you shooting?

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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    As a back up, usually either it's smaller for portability, likePanasonic LX3, smaller than DSLR and reasonably good in taking low light shots.
    Or Micro Four Third mount DSLR e.g. EP1 or GF1.

    Or same mount Canon DSLR so you can utilise existing lenses and accessories
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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    what's a good flash for g10? is the 270EX enough or should i get the 430EX?

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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    Quote Originally Posted by fudgecake83 View Post
    what's a good flash for g10? is the 270EX enough or should i get the 430EX?
    depends on the range you want the G10 to cover.
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    Default Re: A good back-up camera?

    I use my Sony H50 as my back up and close up shots (no micro lens)...
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