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cybermaniak Oct 23, 2008 10:33 PM

Hi well is time to buy another digicam, i was very happy with the performance on the S700 and was considering the SX110 from Canon, what do you think about this one? or wich one could you recomend ? What i liked more on the Fuji was the almost waiting time free between shots using the flash.

So what do you think about the canon or which otherwould be a nice replacement.?



Thanks

KCook Oct 24, 2008 1:41 AM

Flash cycle is not a strong point for the SX110. Panasonic TZ4 and TZ5 are quite a bit quicker.

Kelly Cook

AndyfromVA Oct 24, 2008 7:18 AM

The Panasonic FZ28 has a very quick flash recycle time.

cybermaniak Oct 27, 2008 1:09 AM

KCook wrote:
Quote:

Flash cycle is not a strong point for the SX110. Panasonic TZ4 and TZ5 are quite a bit quicker.

Kelly Cook
I likethe features it has but you knowjust what i don't like is the lack of Manual operation you know other one with all the features it has TZ4/TZ5 but with manual mode?

I was looking also at the FZ28 but doesn't have the nice automaticfeatures like the others :-?



KCook Oct 27, 2008 9:40 AM

For compacts with manual mode the SX110 is a standout. Otherwise all of the SLR-like cameras do have manual mode, not just the FZ28. Check them out, one may also have the auto features you want.

Kelly

AndyfromVA Oct 27, 2008 9:45 AM

cybermaniak wrote:
Quote:

I was looking also at the FZ28 but doesn't have the nice automaticfeatures like the others :-?


That's not correct. The FZ28 has a total of 37 scene modes, intelligent scene selector, intelligent exposure, auto red-eye correction, intelligent ISO, face detection, quick auto focus and many more automatic features.

It also has optional manual controls, but you don't have to use them.


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