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Old 03-19-2007, 04:13 PM   #113
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Originally Posted by Moonstruck
. . .This is my next camera but I will have to give you a link to the UK version. I can't find a US equivalent. I think over there they're called Elphs.
Canon UK - Digital IXUS 800 IS

The camera you reference is very similar to the Canon PowerShot SD800 IS, Digital ELPH.

The documentation that came with the Powershot calls it a Digital IXUS850 IS, and it appears to have one more megapixel (7.1).

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Old 03-19-2007, 04:18 PM   #114
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I use a Canon 1Ds. The best digital camera I have ever tried. Better than 35mm film IMHO

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Old 03-19-2007, 10:45 PM   #115
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Old 01-05-2010, 08:19 AM   #116
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Diehard Olympus Fan Goes Bad

I have loved Olympus SLR's, especially the Zuico lenses, since 1972 when I started out with the OM1, then went to the OM2, and ended with the OM4T...and still have them. Finally "went over " to digital in '98 with the Olympus 540D and it was a great then went to the 8 megapixel Stylus about 5 years ago and hated not having the viewfinder, so kept using the old 540.

This Christmas I broke bad and changed to the Nikon has everything I wanted (no video...don't want or need it) and more...10.2 mp, programmable, manual, or auto features and a lens that takes beautiful shots. It does not have a "live" screen (but as I said, I don't like using it anyway) so it can give you the manual while you are taking shots thru the viewfinder...a neat feature. The price has come down nicely and is available in kits with the 18-55 zoom or another kit with a low and high zoom.
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thanks to far no one brand appears dominant....are there no nikon people out there? also.....floppies ..cds.... sticks.... lots to choose from....are sticks reusable after loading into your pc?

I think it all depends on which came first, the camera or the Airstream I use a Canon EOS 10 D with 6 zillion mega pixels. It's only as good as the operator. Since my money was spent on a camera, I can only afford a very worn fixer upper of an AS I'm sure I'll enjoy the AS as much as the camera when I get it restored.
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Old 01-06-2010, 05:54 AM   #118
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Canon D5MkII. Unbelievable quality. Great in low light. HD video too!!!
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Old 01-06-2010, 07:37 AM   #119
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What digital camera?

Hi folks, I couldn't help myself when I realized there were a bunch of nuts on this forum as well... photo nuts that is.... Olympus SW1030... great for wet weather, about 10 MP, Nikon D200, 10 MP, and a Nikon D90, lots of camera for the money 12 Mp, but the Olympus will do most of the work for a lot of snapshots. The Nikons are used in RAW format which gives a 10 Mb file and lots of editing room.

Ultimately I would like to get to a full format digital as this obviously gives more data to work with...

I'll stick my nose into the photo forum more often... my website has about 200+ snapshots from all over the country if anyone is interested.
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Anyone shooting 4/3 yet?

Which one?

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