A few weeks back I was in Walmart and checking out small digital cameras. They are either way to small (very hard to handle with big hands) or to big (as in why carry that camera when it's not THAT much smaller than my dSLR big?) I usually have a camera with me but there are times when I don't really want to lug around my 5DMKII with the 550EX flash and all the stuff in the bag to go with it.
Looking at the Canon SX130 IS, it's a nice size ... fits in a jacket pocket easily and "seems" to have some pretty decent features ... 12.4mp, manual mode, IS and so on. The price isn't all that much either and thinking it could fill in for those times when I really wish I did have my camera.
Anyone shooting a dSLR use this camera? Is it worth it? Or will I be totally disappointed? (not trying to compare it to my 5DMKII ... but overall picture quality?)
Thanks for any thoughts you have!