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Shoham  
#1 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2015 3:59:44 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

(Score-I am not a professional photographer, or understand, want but of course the more qualitative images of landscape and tours and meetings with people)

I fly Monday night for a long walk, and at the last minute, I'm torn on my camera-FUJIFILM FinePix S6500fd

The pretty leaves and relative mtzmlma (camera only 700 grams, including the vagina, etc. 1,100 grams).

Its drawback for me is the ggodel and weight.

The zoom is also not very big, I think is up to 12.

Memory cards (I have 4 GB total)

The advantages I find it:

1. works on AA batteries, so I'm not dependent on electricity and walks just take spare batteries.

2 she has many manual functions in relation to knowledge, focus manually or automatically.

3. and/or screen viewfinder

And of course the fact that I already have it and I don't have to spend her money:)

Whereas currently offered me 2 cameras:

1. FUJIFILM XQ1

Its benefit for me is the size and weight (camera only 200 grams). I was told that the sensor and therefore image quality better. In addition she has many options, including manual focus manual.

A significant disadvantage is the zoom-4 (don't know what they are zomimunits) has her lithium versus the AA mine but is loaded via micro USB so it's very inviting and comfortable.

Price suggested me 1150)

2. Canon PowerShot SX520 IS

Not very familiar with the camera. From what I saw she had a much less manual options. Is compact but more my big atoptzia I. The advantage is that it has a much larger zoom my camera too.

From חיר1200

Hope you guys come salvation and help that I get lost here. In addition I will be in big day and maybe worth to buy a camera?

I thought to get around 1000 in origin.

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שחר  
#2 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2015 10:35:31 PM(UTC)
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I really don't know much, and there's a forum like this since, and I'm surprised I haven't answered you, but personally I think generally better autofocus, because the computer knows the more you focus.
Besides the trip you mean shoot mainly landscape shots, Ltd. on Sunday there is no need to zoom, both that already is up to you how much it means to you and what types. Me more interesting small arthropods, and a zoom macro shooting.
But it's all very individual, so your questions are more like a survey and less easy to help you.
daniel.rozalis  
#3 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 9:25:38 AM(UTC)
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The canon powershot camera is that I see the most trails, everyone wants her to have one and my camera, so even though I don't know personally the fog, I would go with the CANON.

Another recommendation to complicate matters, the Cyber-Shot DSC-series of SONY, a level above the CANON, though.

P.s. it's just times zoom units it increases the image five times six or thirty. When it is divided into optical zoom (better quality), some physical camera lens can zoom and digital zoom, the camera itself can digitally stretch and enlarge an image.
Eli TheHiker  
#4 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 10:00:08 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = 588472; daniel rozalis.] the canon powershot camera is that I see the most trails, everyone wants her to have one and my camera, so even though I don't know personally the fog, I would go with the CANON.
Another recommendation to complicate matters, the Cyber-Shot DSC-series of SONY, a level above the CANON, though.
P.s. it's just times zoom units it increases the image five times six or thirty. When it is divided into optical zoom (better quality), some physical camera lens can zoom and digital zoom, the camera itself can digitally stretch and enlarge an image.

I have the SONY DSC HX200v 3 years ago after surviving many trips and photos I can say that this is an excellent quality camera with many smart features (there are already two generations over at least the series) that do not.

Of course there are also disadvantages, including prominent compared to the CANON is only the screen up/down rather than 360 degrees and a big drawback for those who love macro shots or unusual angles.

If you want, show you the photos I do her (there are also some notes on this forum).

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