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decent digital pocket camera?

Is there a decent digital pocket camera out there? I bought a Ricoh GX200 to use when an slr wouldn’t work. Image quality is barely acceptable at iso 64/100 but not higher. too much noise. The shutter lag time with AF is much too slow, something like a half second. So, is there something out there you would recommend?


by Rob Schoenbaum at 2009-07-26 10:38:32 UTC Stockholm , Sweden | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Canon G10

by Marcus Adams | 26 Jul 2009 10:07 | Wellington, New Zealand | | Report spam→
thanks! I’ll check it out.

by Rob Schoenbaum | 26 Jul 2009 10:07 | Stockholm, Sweden | | Report spam→
one camera you should look at is the Olympus E-P1… we just finished up an extensive testing of the E-P1, fyi, and comparison with the DSLRs in that price range- Nikon D5000 and Canon Rebel XTi. some of my initial impressions, along with some file testing, is on the blog- http://www.h2hreviews.com/blog/

the full comparison review should be up by monday, but the first impressions of the file quality is the E-P1 doesn’t really measure up to the others, although the features are really nice. it is, however, a better file than the G10.

by [former member] | 26 Jul 2009 11:07 | | Report spam→
Ted what about a vivitar pinhole camera?

by Imants | 26 Jul 2009 13:07 (ed. Jul 26 2009) | "The Boneyard 017º", Australia | | Report spam→
well, i’m glad you asked that question…

by [former member] | 26 Jul 2009 13:07 | | Report spam→

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