A&P Is my G2 now considered crap?

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  1. cedric

    cedric I don't have a contract

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    I don't post in here very much, but I was just wondering whether it's time for an upgrade or not. I bought a Powershot G2 a little under 3 years ago. At the time it was considered a decent camera. Now I'm working for a design company and I'm thinking about upgrading. I'm by no means a photographer. I'd primarily be taking pics for the development of collateral. My foremost concern is web, not print. However, I'd like to do more photography, as good, clear photos can take a website from good to amazing.

    I guess I can afford buying something better; right now it's more a want than a need though. What's sparked my interest is the digital rebel 350D/XT, because you guys are taking some pretty awesome pics with it. If I do upgrade it'll be right around that 800-1K range. If I do upgrade it'll be 2-4 months down the line. Thoughts? :)
     
  2. mucky

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    Crap? No.


    Outdated a bit? Yes. G2 is still a good camera.
     
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  4. cedric

    cedric I don't have a contract

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    Thanks for the responses. They were a lot better than I thought they were gonna be. My G2 has kept me pretty happy. No complaints throughout the time I've owned it. I guess I'll hold off on the new camera for a little while until I start to get more serious about photography.
     
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