well said... no one is going to say wah he took that shot with a G2 or 2100UZ... unless of course you perform the physically impossible and use a point and shoot and get some fantastic formula 1 action shot.Originally posted by Bluestrike
Well nothing is "high End"
It how you use the DC that matter. A good pic tell a thousand word not the DC.
No, it is not...Originally posted by tangcy
HEy my first post.
Thinking of getting the UZI, but is it too high an investment for newbie? I think mkt value is abt $950 for it rite?
The UV filter is cheap and it protects ur lens from dust and scratches. Get it!Originally posted by mpenza
pay $950 for the camera (standard package) and a UV lens.
other things you would probably need straight away:
1. camera bag
2. additional memory, probably 128MB
1. rechargeable batteries and charger
3. circular polariser
Yes or no, depending on how u see it.Originally posted by mpenza
Is the 2100UZ using the same lens as the Canon Pro 90IS?
jagginess is not at high resolution. it's for high contrast pics. you probably can minimise by setting the sharpness to low. you could check out my pics at photo.netOriginally posted by tangcy
Thought abt it too, but the jaggy at high res bothers me. I will probably print it 4R size using my deskjet, will that matters?
How much is your casio?
Originally posted by tangcy
Thks for all the advice. Looks like + the accessories, might blow my $1k budget.
How much does a C700UZ cost? My the reading thru the posts, C700 and C2100 is comparable except for IS and WB, rest are the same. Also like C700 for its compact design.
Originally posted by Jayan
Yes or no, depending on how u see it.
Olympus apparently licensed the IS lens technology from Canon and used it on both the C-2100UZ and E-100RS.
The licensing is for 2 models only --> the C-2100UZ and E-100RS.....so those who wants 10x IS lens cheap...chiong ah!!!!!Originally posted by LifeWorld
Rumour that Canon has stopped the licensing. Probably no more IS lens for Oly.