OK, sorry to ask such a repetitive question for yall, but i'm about to get a
digital camera and need the pro's advice
OK, going travelling around the world so need something small but are
experience with slr photography so want something with manual options. And
of cource every penny counts for my trip so it needs to be cheep.
I've boiled it down to the sony and the cannon, the sony has the size going
for it, but has a washed out colour sensor (apparantly all the colours are
cooler when taken on the sony). The cannon however has a nice
vivid/saturated colour palet, but also suffers from bad optics cause they
sqeezed all the sensors onto the same chip as the G3 (i've read). Also the
cannon is bigger but has a faster widers lense.
The way i see it is the sony's cooler colour bias can be fixed up in
photohop later? yeah?, but the canon's lense problems can't? The size is a
big plus for the sony and i figure i can get away with a slower lense (only
f2.8 vs 2.0 for the g5 i think) and i'm prepared to give up the wide angle
lense in favour of a smaller camera in the sony. So i think the Sony wins
out hands down (also cheaper).
But is there anything you guys could add that i'm missing??
thanks heaps for any feedback, i know how many of these sorta of questions
ps: has anyone had any experience with the Belkin Digital Camera Link for
the iPod?? any advice?