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What's your P&S camera?

 
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Oct 07, 2007 14:56 |  #1

Along with your single DSLR or second body DSLR, I'm sure most of you have a P&S.

What are they? Let's here it!

I'll start. I have the Sony DSC-T33 (I think that's the model) but anyway, I'm looking to upgrade in the next couple months for a G9!


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Oct 07, 2007 15:00 |  #2

Trusty old G3. Still works great and still love that swivel LCD.


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Oct 07, 2007 15:02 |  #3

G6
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Oct 07, 2007 15:05 |  #4

Leica D-Lux 3


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Oct 07, 2007 15:15 |  #5

Sony DSC-W90. I used to work for them...


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Oct 07, 2007 15:20 |  #6

Sony DSC-P200. It's horrible in anything less than perfect light :(

For indoor flash photography, on auto modes, it picks a shutter speed of 1/40 and, of course, everything is blurry. I have to stick it in manual and choose a shutter speed of 1/125 or something to get sharp shots, and hope the flash has enough power to illuminate the subject.

As for noise, anything over 200 ISO = bleeeeeeuuuuurrrgggghh​hh :(

I've attached a photo shot in manual mode at 1/125, f/2.8, 200 ISO and flash, possibly with a bit of tweaking - I don't remember now - and resized to 25%, and then a 100% crop from the same photo. How bad is that noise - at 200 ISO!?

And where is raw mode?


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Oct 07, 2007 15:27 |  #7

I just bought my wife a Canon A630 for her birthday. She'll use it in green box mode, of course.  :p

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Oct 07, 2007 15:29 |  #8

My old G5.




  
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Oct 07, 2007 15:29 |  #9

Not a new question.
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Oct 07, 2007 15:29 |  #10

Canon SD600. I'm amazed how good the photos are out of that little thing.




  
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Oct 07, 2007 15:59 |  #11

My Nokia N80


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Oct 07, 2007 16:05 |  #12

Canon S3. About to sell it though and go for Olympus 790 SW. Water/Dust/Shock proof, all I want is waterproof for all those times I spend in water. And it'll be small to just carry around in general. Sorry Canon, make something worth while and usable in diff areas.

I would have went Fuji F40.


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Oct 07, 2007 16:06 |  #13

We still have our old PowerShot G2. That's basically Cindy's camera these days.


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Oct 07, 2007 16:08 |  #14

I have just sold my G7 which produced suprisingly good pics and the plan is to replace it with the G9.


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Oct 07, 2007 16:11 as a reply to  @ sootyvrs's post |  #15

Leica D-Lux 3, Like the 16-9 pano look.

Probley could have got something more technical for the money but the leica suits me fine.


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