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Posted 17 January 2012 - 08:04 PM
I currenly have an Olympus Stylus 400 digital that is about 9 years old. Some of the issues I have had with it include cumbersome controls, will not take pictures in auditoriums with flouescent lighting, and the delayed frames. I carry my camera with me most of the time so I can be ready for quality photo opportunities.Thus my quest to find something easy to carry.
Posted 19 January 2012 - 02:20 AM
If you are buying a DSLR for the picture quality, then my personal suggestion would be Panasonic. They have amazing sensors in their cameras, and terrific glass (Leica makes some darned good glass). Their G2 is a very powerful camera, and well work looking into.
I cannot say much about the Pentax DSLR, as I do not own one, and never used their DSLRs. I have played around with MANY of their cameras in a photo lab though. And I always found their images over saturated myself. Their image processor is also a tad aggressive, softening details. Now this was done on high end point and shoot cameras, as I didn't have access to the DSLRs, and there may be considerable difference.
My suggestion, grab an SD card, go to the store, and pick a couple of subjects, light, dark, high contrast, and something with many DEEP colors (bright reds, yellows, fluorescent colors etc) and test a few different cameras, go to your local printer (be it wal-mart, wal-greens, etc) and see which one you like the best. Make sure the printers there are not re-adjusting your images when you print though. The reasoning here, is that by doing this, you can find the camera that takes pictures closest to what YOU want them to be.
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Posted 25 January 2012 - 10:51 AM
Posted 25 January 2012 - 07:51 PM
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