looks pretty nice, i'm debating to buy a camara like that instead of my pocket camara, that i have to take pictures.
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Well the main purpose of this camera is to double up as HD recording. Not a functionality many would worry about in a camera of this size. It's a nice addition, but I'd rather use a HD enable camcorder specifically designed for HD recording and editing.
BTW, if you're in the market for a DSLR, may I suggest Canon Digital Rebel XSi 12.2 MP Digital SLR?
I have myself the XSi, it's decent entry to DSLR. But for sure getting the 5D mark II takes more experience (and $$) before going into that level.
I could never own one of these... the first time I dropped it I would FREAK out.
I'd have to cut a camera sized hole in a foam pillow and carry it around inside that.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I agree, I am way too clumsy to own something like this.
I love photography and digital imaging though, so keep these reviews coming so I can drool over 'em.
Personally, I've been following Digital SLR cameras for the past couple of months. Although I am just a beginner, I have been seeing some interesting contrasts in products...especially from Nikon and Canon, who are the top 2 most popular Digital SLR camera distributors to consumers (I am not counting Leica because those are for pros). This is a exceptional camera but I think it is aimed more for intermediate users than beginners. For beginners, the Nikon D3000 is highly recommended.
I have a Nikon CoolPix P90 ( http://www.nikonusa.com/Find-Your-Nikon/Product/Digital-Camera/26171/COOLPIX-P90.html ) and it's just fine for me. I use the provided Camera Strap and so far, I haven't dropped it. It only has one permanently attached lens, but it zooms from 26MM all the way out to 624MM. This brings things that are far away, really close, and that's important to somebody stuck in a wheelchair.
Not having to take the time to change lenses is a plus, and it shoots at up to 12.1 Megapixel, so the pictures are good quality.
I got it for $366.00 online with a little searching and it's proven to be a great lightweight solution for me.
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