A&P Someone sellign a g10 for 320

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  1. turbodude

    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    I want one. Need to sell my 350d first though. :(
     
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    OlafBeserka girls pee pee when they see me OT Supporter

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    Ill give you $100 for it :big grin:
     
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    :wtc: no can do
    hey I has the 18-55 IS lens :eek3: that's gold right there. and because I owned it it's worth more . so $450 it's yours :bowdown:
     
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    thanks turbodude. pm'd him.
     
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    :bowdown: great deal.
     
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    The 350D isn't the best SLR ever but it's still way better than a G10 :eek3:
     
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    not in terms of portability
     
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    will be travelling in middle-east asia for over a year. I know the XT is better but I am not going to sit somewhere for hours waiting for the perfect shot, I'll be traveling on busses and walking. It will be more like snapshot moments for souvenir, so something I can put in my pocket and whip out anytime seems like the better option for me. Unless you guys can convince me otherwise!
     
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    I would never buy a G10.

    If I bought a P&S, itd be an SD1100
     
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    It's up to you :dunno:
     
  12. turbodude

    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    go to teh store pick it up and feel it, see if its for you. The cam definitely is not for everyone.
     
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    will do then. Everyone here seems like really like it so looking forward. Having a nice zoom is a plus also.
    :cool:
     
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    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    choose whats best for you and think about the situation you will be using it for. This cam definitely is not a replacement for a DSLR, however the quality is almost up to par, and well the convenience factor is very high.

    Its a great supplement to most camera kits.
     
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    Well considering I only have one lens for my XT (18-55 IS) and a polarizer filter, I am really thinking the convenience factor will make it worth it over the overall quality of pictures since I don't really shoot that much. Just trying to think how I would like having a bigger camera to lug around and have a bigger case/bag for it rather than like a little sleeve and put it in my pocket kinda thing...

    I will look into it but the fact that it shoots raw is also very interesting.
     

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