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Aug 05, 2007 12:25 |  #151

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My cameras are married. Mr. 5D and Mrs. SD800 like to go everywhere together!

Same identical "arrangement" here too! lol
Just got the SD800 to hang with the 5D.
Gotta love that 28mm wide angle lens on that little p&s.




  
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sam ­ bailey
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Aug 05, 2007 13:36 |  #152

For those of you with the Canon SD 700 IS, how is the shutter response time. I am looking for a newer P&S but I want want a qucik response. The one I have now is an older Canon P&S and the lag time is really bad.




  
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Aug 05, 2007 14:02 as a reply to  @ post 3049590 |  #153

I have an HP Photosmart P&S that I'v had for a while. Nice small camera that I can throw in my shorts pocket and carry with me. I use it alot for my ebay pictures and other misc. pictures.




  
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Aug 05, 2007 18:04 as a reply to  @ sam bailey's post |  #154

I have the SD700 IS (though I bought it as the IXUS 800--wonder why they use different numbers?), and the shutter response time is much better than with my old Canon P&S, though of course not as fast as the DSLR.


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Aug 05, 2007 18:12 |  #155

I have and occasionally use a Nikon P5000.


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Aug 05, 2007 19:20 |  #156

I still have my trusty old Powershot A40 (2mp). ;) Good for the glove box if nothing else. God knows I won't leave the 5D unattended in the car, eh?


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Aug 05, 2007 19:26 |  #157

Kodak V705




  
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Aug 05, 2007 20:30 |  #158

I used a Canon Powershot S200 until it died, followed by a Canon Powershot Pro1 (awesome camera), but eventually sold it to help fund more DSLR equipment. I just use wifey's Sony DSC-F88.


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Aug 05, 2007 21:44 |  #159

Canon Digital Ixus 430


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Aug 05, 2007 21:50 |  #160

A610. I use it to shoot the wide shots when the nifty fifty is on. :D


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Aug 05, 2007 21:50 as a reply to  @ kelstar's post |  #161

Just returned from two weeks in California (Monterey peninsula and Yosemite). I toted a 30D and Rebel XT along with an arsenal of lens while my wife snapped away with our PowerShot A510. Many of her images turned out really, really good while some (maybe 10%) of mine were clunkers!


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Aug 05, 2007 22:24 as a reply to  @ EdV's post |  #162

I'm pretty happy with my G7. Raw would be nice but that's not in the cards for any new Canon point and shoots. Besides, I have found that LightRoom gives me quite a bit of control over the G7 Jpegs. Noise is bearable up to ISO 400. Wish it had a little wider, faster lens but you can't have everything.:lol:


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Aug 05, 2007 22:28 |  #163

Yes, a Canon SD1000. Small to put in a pocket and takes beautiful pictures.


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Aug 05, 2007 23:02 |  #164

yes. samsung s730. its ok, not great but ok. it was cheap, and works great when my roomates are drunk on a saturday night. dont worry about it getting ruined, lost, or stolen. plus the 7mp and useful features, it works well...it is easier to carry around than my XTi




  
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Aug 05, 2007 23:22 |  #165

Canon SD600. Upgraded this year from the SD100...

come to think of it, I upgraded from the Digital Rebel to the 30D as well!




  
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