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Old Sep 18, 2009, 9:34 AM   #111
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Old Oct 28, 2009, 5:00 AM   #112
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Old Dec 24, 2009, 7:56 AM   #113
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Old Dec 28, 2009, 5:18 PM   #114
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20x optical zoom, freehand


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Old Jan 7, 2010, 9:05 AM   #116
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very nice camera pictures..thanks for sharing..may i ask how good sx1 compared to panasonic lumax fz 35..? like picture quality ,and overall efficiency..
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very nice camera pictures..thanks for sharing..may i ask how good sx1 compared to panasonic lumax fz 35..? like picture quality ,and overall efficiency..
Picture quality there isn't much to call, I personally think the Panasonic is a slightly better photographic tool in normal guise (and I have an SX1), for video the SX1 is better. If you want to progress with the camera then I think the SX1 starts to move ahead as you have the hot shoe so you can add an external flash. If you are doing indoor photography or even outdoor people shots it can really help in a big way. Downside being that you are then carrying more kit which is a reason that people get a Superzoom over a dSLR.
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Old Mar 7, 2010, 8:23 AM   #118
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Default fisheye lens?

I've been looking for one that will somehow fit my Canon PowerShot SX10IS. Does anyone know if one will work? I saw one on page 3 of this thread but I couldn't tell what type or brand or size it was...
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Old Mar 10, 2010, 10:55 AM   #119
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Both, SX1 and SX10, have no thread, but my accessoires all fit perfectly :-)
Also (heavy) fisheye. Either you take 52mm or (like I) use an 52mm/58mm adapter ring.
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DonalDuc! Impressive pictures!!! Thanks. Ned
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