100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 9
PROS: Bought this camera last week, totally satisfied with it. No features let me down.
PROS: Lens quality, image quality (at low ISO), features, manual modes, intelligent modes, build quality, huge zoom, wide angle, HD movie, RAW mode, battery life, the best value for money
CONS: Noise at high ISO (it would be better 8MP and larger sensor), annoying lens cap
PROS: Very sharp photos, snappy operation, good build quality for a lightweight camera, many features, intelligent auto mode works well, excellent menu system, good ergonomics, comes with a lens hood and a properly constructed lens cap (unlike some other cameras)
CONS: A bit larger than what I'm used to but I'm sure I'll adapt.
PROS: Set everything on auto and you can't go far wrong. Colour rendition as usual is a little off, but it is fixable. Many advanced features will keep most people busy experimenting for quite a while. Lens quality is superb, faster than my $1600. 300mm lens on a DSLR.
CONS: Just one, for me MAJOR drawback. Don't even think of trying to use manual focus in any kind of action situation, using an LCD screen or digital viewfinder to fine focus is difficult at best, but when you take away the focus ring on the lens and replace it with a cheap and nasty so-called joystick, as I said don't even think about it!
PROS: great lens, auto distortion control with JPEGs, iA mode, easy to use.
CONS: Noise control is generally good but a larger sensor for the next iteration (no extra pixels!) would be beneficial but would probably need a lens re-design to accommodate.
PROS: Picture quality - HD movie - very good 18x zoom - good pictures in low light - many features - simple menu
CONS: little bit expensive
PROS: -Very good auto mode.... All pictures, except ones with very tough lighting, turn out fine... -Great lens! Fast and no distortion visible! -HD resolution in video mode.... and zoom-ability during video mode! -very lightweight.
CONS: -still expensive (new model) -usual noise in iso 800 & above... -almost too lightweight... (feels flimsy?)
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