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Thread: Which digi cam ?

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    Hi everyone,

    I found that images from some Canon digi cams not very sharp for my taste, so other
    than Canon, can anyone recommend me any other brands digi cams that will produce
    crisp sharp image quality straight out from camera without using sharpening software for
    image sharpening ?

    I'm looking for a 3 or 4 MP digi cam with a budget around $700.00.

    Thanks for any advices.

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    How sharp is sharp is subjective, but generally it depends a lot on how you shoot. How you hand hold your camera. And using tripod can helps to capture sharper image then handheld in some situation . More on technique then equipment I would say.

    Borrow a cam from your friend and test it out yourself and judge the quality yourself rather then judging others photo, cos their technique might be wrong.


    If you want a good quality image, invest in a DSLR system and a good lens... but then end of the day it is still technique that count.

    just my 2cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    How sharp is sharp is subjective, but generally it depends a lot on how you shoot. How you hand hold your camera. And using tripod can helps to capture sharper image then handheld in some situation . More on technique then equipment I would say.

    Borrow a cam from your friend and test it out yourself and judge the quality yourself rather then judging others photo, cos their technique might be wrong.


    If you want a good quality image, invest in a DSLR system and a good lens... but then end of the day it is still technique that count.

    just my 2cents

    ..STRONGLY AGREE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    How sharp is sharp is subjective, but generally it depends a lot on how you shoot. How you hand hold your camera. And using tripod can helps to capture sharper image then handheld in some situation . More on technique then equipment I would say.

    Borrow a cam from your friend and test it out yourself and judge the quality yourself rather then judging others photo, cos their technique might be wrong.


    If you want a good quality image, invest in a DSLR system and a good lens... but then end of the day it is still technique that count.

    just my 2cents

    cannot agree more on this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    How sharp is sharp is subjective, but generally it depends a lot on how you shoot. How you hand hold your camera. And using tripod can helps to capture sharper image then handheld in some situation . More on technique then equipment I would say.

    Borrow a cam from your friend and test it out yourself and judge the quality yourself rather then judging others photo, cos their technique might be wrong.


    If you want a good quality image, invest in a DSLR system and a good lens... but then end of the day it is still technique that count.

    just my 2cents
    Obviously, he didn't get the settings right for the shots.

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    Hi guys, thanks for all the advices. Got myself an Oly C-750 and am very very happy with it and the image quality it produced, sharp and crisp, really
    "mo tuck teng" (cantonese) !

    I can now print the pics straight from the camera w/o any sharpening
    needed. Unlike using my previous Canon camera which needed to sharpen
    every single pics b4 printing, C-750 is really a heaven !!

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