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01-09-2004
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my mom's is the new nikon here's a picture of it it's the one on the left

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01-09-2004
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Originally posted by As You Like It@Sep 1 2004, 08:26 PM
Once you have a digi, you will find yourself taking more pictures than you ever have before. Not having to wait for processing and spend a lot of money of film released my inner shutterbug tendencies.

Now, I am going out and taking all of those architectural detail photos I always thought about taking, taking progress pictures of my garden, taking pictures of all my weird old vintage clothing, taking pictures of the cats being insane...I've easily got 1,000 photos saved on my hard-drive!
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i really want to take pictures of all the cool people i see walking down the street...not just here...but when i travel too...

also of some of the crazier folks out there... ....people are so entertaining....

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02-09-2004
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i have an Olympus D-550 zoom and i'm very happy with it

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02-09-2004
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here's a site i'd recommend to anyone looking for a digital camera

http://www.imaging-resource.com/

it has great features on the left hand side of the page (can be quite overwhelming lol)

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02-09-2004
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now I'm very interested in Sony Qualia.


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I have a Canon S400 (currently Canon S410). It's good fot what it is, taking basic touristy pictures. It's nothing if you want to do anything artistic, but none of the point and shoot cameras are. I'd still recommend it for under $400, I got it for $305.

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i use this one for the more advanced work like big gig's and raf's shows
and this one for smaller partys and vacations

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I have Dimage Minolta x20

I love it, makes good photos and costed me about $250.

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Features.
Small and lightweight
3x optical zoom.
2.0 megapixels
1.6 inch LCD monitor

Technical Specification.

Number of effective pixels

2.0 million

CCD

1/3.2-type interline primary-color CCD Total pixels: 2.1 million

Camera sensitivity

Auto (between ISO 64 -200 equivalent), ISO 64,100, 200, 400 equivalents

Focal length

4.8 - 14.4mm (35mm equivalent: 37 - 111mm)

Lens construction

10 elements in 9 groups (includes two double-sided aspheric elements)

Maximum aperture

f/2.8 - f/3.7

Minimum focus distance

0.10m / 3.9 in. from front of camera

Maximum magnification

0.111x (1:9.01) Equivalent to 0.857x (1: 1.17) in 35mm format

Area covered at maximum magnification

40 x 30mm / 1.57 x 1.18in.

LCD monitor

4.0cm (1.6 inch) digital-interface TFT color monitor with anti-reflection coating Total pixels: 84,960 Automatic monitor amplification

Shutter

CCD electronic shutter and mechanical shutter

Shutter speeds

4 - 1/1000s

Autofocus system

Video AF

Autofocus area

Wide focus area (five-point AF)

Metering

Multi-segment

Multi-segment metering

256 segments

Exposure control

Programmed AE

Exposure compensation

± 2 Ev in 1/3 increments

Flash range

Wide: 0.1 - 3.6 m / 0.3 - 11.8 ft. (approx.) Telephoto: 0.1 - 2.7 m / 0.3- 8.9 ft. (approx.) (Camera sensitivity: auto)

Flash modes

Autoflash, Autoflash with red-eye reduction, Fill-flash, Flash cancel, Night portrait

Continuous advance

Available

Self-timer

10 s (approx.)

Self-portrait

Subject program used with the mirror on the front of the camera.

Multi frame

To capture 9 sequential images at 3fps displayed in a 3x3 grid in a single frame.

Image pasting

Embeds an image within another image.

Movie recording

Recording time dependent on memory card capacity. Frame rate: 15fps Monaural audio only.

Audio

Voice memo: 15s (max) Audio caption: 15s (max.) Monaural audio only

White-balance control

Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent)

Toning

Neutral black and white, Sepia, Red tone, Blue tone, Green tone

Portrait mode

Optimizes camera settings to enhance skin tones.

Noise reduction

Auto

Digital zoom

4x (max.) in 0.1x increments Digital zoom can be disabled.

Optical zoom

3x

E-mail copy function

Creates a compressed 640x480 or 160x120 JPEG image for transmission.

Date imprinting

Year/month/day (Format can be changed.) Month/day/hour:minute Imprinting can be disabled.

Key customization

The function activated by the left and light keys of the controller can be changed.

Image-quality modes

Fine, Standard, Economy

Number of recorded pixels (Still images)

1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 640 x 480

Number of recorded pixels (Movie clips)

320 x 240, 160 x 120

Storage capacity

Approximate storage capacity of a 8 MB SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card: 1600x1200 Fine: 6 frames; Standard: 12 frames; Economy: 22 frames 1280x960 Fine: 10 frames; Standard: 18 frames; Economy: 31 frames 640x480 Fine: 31 frames; Standard: 48 frames; Economy: 68 frames Movie: 19 seconds with 320x240 images 1 minutes 14 seconds with 160x120 images Audio recording: 30 minutes 51 seconds * Still images recorded without voice memo or audio caption ** Actual number of images may vary depending upon the subject and memory card.

File formats

JPEG, Motion JPEG (MOV), WAVE DCF 1.0-compliant DPOF-compliant (Supported by printing functions in ver. 1.1) Exif 2.2

Folder name formats

Standard, Date

Printing output control

PRINT Image Matching II, Exif Print

Recording media

SD (Secure Digital) Memory Cards, MultiMediaCards

Computer interface

Full-speed 12Mbps USB

Direct print

Epson USB DIRECT-PRINT

Remote camera

Live video feed without audio for web transmission

AV output

NTSC, PAL (selected on the camera)

Batteries

Two AA batteries: Alkaline, Ni-MH

Battery performance (Playback)

Approximate continuous playback time: 260 min. with alkaline batteries.

Battery performance (Recording)

Approximate number of recorded images: 110 frames. Based on the following test conditions: alkaline batteries, Full-size images (1600 x 1200), Standard image quality, No instant playback, No voice memo, Flash used with 50% of the frames.

External power source

3V DC with specified AC adapter (sold separately)

Dimensions

86 (W) x 67 (H) x 23.5 (D) mm / 3.39 (W) x 2.64(H) x 0.93 (D) in.

Weight

115 g / 4.1 oz. (approx.) without battery or recording media

Operating temperature

0-40 ºC / 32-104°F


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You can also visit the MINOLTA site.

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Quote:
Originally posted by Boy@Sep 2 2004, 06:06 PM

i use this one for the more advanced work like big gig's and raf's shows
and this one for smaller partys and vacations
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I nearly bought the EOS 3000 SLR. How is it?

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I have a Nikon coolpix 5700.

btw, I need this.






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Quote:
Originally posted by CaptainJackSparrow@Sep 2 2004, 05:08 AM
here's a site i'd recommend to anyone looking for a digital camera

http://www.imaging-resource.com/

it has great features on the left hand side of the page (can be quite overwhelming lol)
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Great site, thanks!

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I've changed my mind. I'm going for Canon Powershot A85. Not pricey, 4.0 megapixels, great specs.

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05-11-2004
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so i seem to have decided on this camera... thanks for the links captain jack...

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/A95/A95A.HTM


but i'm realizing that after buying the batteries and the charger and the extra memory card and a usb cord...it's going to be over $500...

man...

that's a good pair of shoes...
i guess that's just how it goes...

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Originally posted by softgrey@Nov 5 2004, 01:33 PM
so i seem to have decided on this camera... thanks for the links captain jack...

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/A95/A95A.HTM
but i'm realizing that after buying the batteries and the charger and the extra memory card and a usb cord...it's going to be over $500...

man...

that's a good pair of shoes...
i guess that's just how it goes...
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looks good. the camera comes with battery and charger, why do you need to buy one? memory cards are very cheap these days, $30-40.

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