100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 9
PROS: -raw file format -image stabilization -12x zoom -live view, swivel lcd -sensor size (not too small) -variety of picture taking modes (macro, scene, manual etc.), varieties (ap, sp, auto, etc.), iow, plenty of variations giving user creative control. -threaded lens to add filters i walk around the duck pond in front of my condo for exercise. this camera has been near perfect for my wildlife pics - not too heavy to carry around the pond, with a good zoom to get pics of the wildlife that will not come close and great pic quality.
CONS: -iso 80, 100, 200 & 400 only -too much noise at iso 400 -sd card up to 2gb max - no sdhc -shoots raw/jpg not raw alone which uses too much card room & necessitates deleting the jpgs at upload. -no firmware updates (yet?) - it would be nice if they could update at least the sd card size.
PROS: Very long list of: modes, priorities, displays, options, shutter speeds, and features; 35 mm to 420 mm lens; fully auto or fully manual operations; image stabilization that really works; great auto-focus; EVF and LCD monitor choices; nice close focus capability; excellent operating instructions; and ease of use.
CONS: propriatary battery
PROS: 1. This lens belongs on a much more expensive camera. 2. Autofocus times and shot to shot times around DSLR times. 3. Image stabilization under $600! 4. Manual Zoom! 5. Egronomics and ease of use
CONS: 1. Low capacity battery 2. Arcsoft software bundle 3-- 32mb card--what is that?
PROS: Easy to use, but can get as complicated as you wish. Great battery life and high capacity with the inexpensive SD memory cards, even at 8 megapixels.
CONS: I didn't buy it sooner.
PROS: Excellent zoom Manual zoom Image quality Optical Image Stabilization Solid metal body Battery life Rotating LCD screen Jogs for speed and aperture Great price Good continuous shooting mode
CONS: Not fast steps for change the ISO values Only 1 minute the longer aperture time USB version 1.1
PROS: Long zoom and very effective image stabilization. Manual focus ring! Very good lens.
CONS: Noise it is a little above norm.
PROS: Swivel LCD, relocated batt. compartment/EVF/tripod socket, manual zoom, jog wheels for shutter speed/aperature
CONS: Proprietary battery
PROS: I can take good photos easy. I can take photos in bad light without the flash without a stand and I still get a Superb photo. No blur. Hi speed photos are perfect.
CONS: My wife cant figure how to work it. I see that as a pro.
CONS: I really can't say anything negative about this camera. Except, that maybe the manual was poorly interpreted. But, the manual does get the point across.
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