Last edited by daredevil123; 11th November 2010 at 10:31 AM.
Last edited by kriegsketten; 11th November 2010 at 10:37 AM.
@Baracus thanks for the confirmation bro, I will ask around and get some quotations from them.
@limwhow, thanks bro for your advice. I have asked one of my friends regarding the camera. Apparently he is into Nikon as he is used to Nikon's setting. However, I am used to canon pocket cam, so I prefer canon.
@ed9119 thanks for explaining the different between raw and jpeg. It is really informative.
@bro daredevil123 you got the point bro. I guess I will monitor the price. I will do an in depth comparison between the newly launched and the previous model before I make any decision.
@bros and sis thank you for your advice, glad that you are passionate enuf with newbies =]
And I think it will be vice versa with a nikon pns to canon dslr. No issues.
just remember that cameras are just electronic appliances with uploaded software and programs
photos coming directly out of Pns camreas are already 'cooked' by the in-camera programs and settings.... so they're ready to go straight out of camera
those who value their creative freedom and want to DO IT THEIR WAY, will get a camera that shoots in RAW........ and want the camera to Kaypoh AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE ...... the 'cook' then uses an image editing software and adjusts the image to his satisfaction
if u still want to get DSLR and let the camera's software handle everything.... still can.... go P mode or Scene mode where it is auto everything and do a one-time adjustment of contrast, saturation and sharpness levels
What i want to hightlight to you is.. If you would like to create so many effect on the photo.. you should not get DSLR.. P&S should be sufficient enough. Just my though. No offense.
Not a pentax user, so can't comment how the effects will turn out. but i think pentax's entry level offerings (K-x & K-r) are very good value for the buck.