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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2012 6:18 pm 
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HELP ME, what whit NOT high prize digital camera….. I buy ?


Some peoples say in some forums:

CMOS sensors that Panasonic have replaced the previous generation of CCD are significantly lower than those of Canon and Sony, is an sensor half blind in the dark, with much noise! And they say they carefully avoid the compact Panasonic.

As photos: video looks like it wins on all the sony camera.

Others say they play safe with Sony DSC-HX7V-or-PANASONIC TZ20 (but it seems that in the video is trembling with fear!)

Others suggest the Sony HX-7V. with good pictures and great videos.

Lumix none cameras ?? Canon what the best powershot SX-230 or the new SX-260 ? the compat IXUS 220 (in USA named ELPH )or ixus 230 bad ? or I buy a Sony ????

But it seems that across the reviews on the web the sony are always the worst!?

So I take? that confusion in the head!


P. S. but none (maybe staying in canon) camera that makes great pictures and good HD video with
NOT the usual Lithium battery pack ,but 2 or 3 AA batteries to be replaced? anything acceptable exist with normal battery?


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 7:30 am 
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You don't write translations for manuals do you? :?

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 1:54 pm 
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""All your bases belong to us!""

I have no idea what you typed.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 2:03 pm 
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you guys are being really mean. You can tell that English is not his first language.

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 2:27 pm 
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English is not my first language either but I'll try to translate. :wink:

miciotta wrote:
HELP ME, what whit NOT high prize digital camera….. I buy ?
Help me by choosing a camera that doesn't cost too much.


Some peoples say in some forums:
In some forums people say:

CMOS sensors that Panasonic have replaced the previous generation of CCD are significantly lower than those of Canon and Sony, is an sensor half blind in the dark, with much noise! And they say they carefully avoid the compact Panasonic.
Panasonic has replaced their CMOS sensors with older CCD sensors that are worse than those used by Canon and Sony, especially in low light the shots are either getting dark or noisy. They also say that Panasonic compacts should be avoided.

As photos: video looks like it wins on all the sony camera.
Sony seems to offer the best video mode.

Others say they play safe with Sony DSC-HX7V-or-PANASONIC TZ20 (but it seems that in the video is trembling with fear!)
I don't really get that one but I guess it's something like the Sony DSC-HX7V and the Panasonic TZ20 were recommended but something in the video mode is shaky.

Others suggest the Sony HX-7V. with good pictures and great videos.
That's OK.

Lumix none cameras ?? Canon what the best powershot SX-230 or the new SX-260 ? the compat IXUS 220 (in USA named ELPH )or ixus 230 bad ? or I buy a Sony ????
Should I avoid Panasonic Lumix? What Canon camera is better? The old SX-230 or the new SX-260? Are the IXUS 220 / 230 bad? Should I buy a Sony?

But it seems that across the reviews on the web the sony are always the worst!?
I guess that's understandable.

So I take? that confusion in the head!
I am confused.


P. S. but none (maybe staying in canon) camera that makes great pictures and good HD video with
NOT the usual Lithium battery pack ,but 2 or 3 AA batteries to be replaced? anything acceptable exist with normal battery?
Are there any good cameras with an HD movie mode that take AA batteries?

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 2:59 pm 
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Nobody can help you until you tell us what kind of photos/videos you want to take.

Have you tried any of those cameras in a camera shop?

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:15 pm 
Google translate... Maybe if he/she wrote in her/his native language we would be able to understand more. :)


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:43 pm 
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Without knowing what kind of photos you intend to take and what's your budget, it is hard to answer your question.

If using AA batteries is very important to you, I know the Fuji S4300 uses them, and in general Fuji makes great cameras to learn.

For Canon, the best point and shoots are probably the G12 and the S100, depending if you need longer focal length or better aperture.

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 6:13 pm 
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sorry i am italian !

what is the best camera for good photos and nice video full HD ?

sony or canon ? is good canon ixus 220 or best powershot sx240 ?

what camera i buy ?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:31 am 
Ixus is better than Powershot . However the supplied battery is better than using AA batteries. I don't know much about Sony cameras. Panasonic is good too, but it depends on your budget if you can afford higher class cameras.How much do you want to spend?

Ixus è meglio ma non utilizzare batterie di tipo AA. Tuttavia la batteria fornita è meglio di utilizzare batterie di tipo AA. Non so molto di camere Sony. Panasonic è buona, ma dipende dal tuo budget se potete permettersi classe fotocamere. Quanto volete spendere?


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 11:14 am 
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thanks fot all ! max. 250 euro what best ?

nice photos ( and in the night or with flash ) and good full hd movie ?

ixus 220 or 240 or poweshot sx 240 hs or lumix panasonic or sony like hx-9v ?

what i buy ? help me ? thanks


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:13 pm 
I would buy the Ixus or Powershot. Don't get turned on by the zoom reach, it's not perfect. On-camera flash is pretty crappy too, it shouldn't be a deciding factor. Any of those two cameras will serve you well!


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Personally I really like the zoom range of the Powershot - it really is handy if you can't change the lenses.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 5:39 am 
The long end end of the zoom looks more like digital zoom... Btw tele or wide lenses are not used mainly for zooming or getting it all in, but for changing the perspective of the background/foreground.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:32 am 
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Whilst the Ixus is generally considered the best in range for canon compacts I have been looking very closely at the new powershot A4000 is and can't see much by way of betterment in the Ixus range.

I think the higher end powershots are now akin to the Ixus and probably deliver as big a bang if not more than the Ixus for your buck.

If you are looking for value for money for a decent compact to take every day photos in the sub $250 market I think you will be hard pressed to better the powershot A series.

In my opinion.

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I will see if my conclusions run true in the next few weeks when I buy the new powershot.

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