Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Flank2, Aug 16, 2007.
I was considering the Casio s770, nice and small.
I have an Olympus FE-190. It's nowhere near great (it actually pisses me off quite a bit) but it was free and it fits in the small pocket of my purse
Your jeans must have some big ass pockets! And Film no less!
Panasonic Lumix FX-30. Want to bump up to the FX-100 here pretty soon. Don't really care about the megapixels, but the lens looked much better at wide (28mm), which is where I like to shoot alot.
it fits in my back pocket loaded with 36 exposure film...i take it to places where i don't expect to take photos but may need it just in case
canon sd750 FTW
i really want that water/shock proof fuji cam for a small digital carry around cam
g6 not exactly slim or small unless you compare it to its big brother in the bag
waterproof/shockproof/crushproof/drop proof/freezeproof FTW
how's the IQ on this thing? SD cards?
My wife just bought a Nikon coolpic. Antishake, 7.2 megapixals, easy to use. Only about 1/2" thick.
Ricoh GR Digital
both would be awesome as a carry around camera too...28mm fixed lens on both...the b/w option on the ricoh is badass too
Looks cool but XD cards are FTL
panasonic dmc-tz3 for mom
canon sd900 for step mom
both are pretty sweet, though the pana has 10x optical in the same form factor
Canon SD850IS and SD600
Those panansonic cameras everyone here on AP brag about suck really bad...
Brother bought one and I must say it was the worst camera ever.
My older sony DSC-W60 takes way better pictures...
The low light functionality of it such noisy nonsense...very gimmicky.
bought one for my mom and it was great
To each his own I totally prefer Sony or Canon when it comes to P&S cameras.
i've used and sold them all. The early panasonics had some reliability issues, but quality and performance has been there since day 1.
quality is meh, prices are high and propreitary memory
not to mention propreitary accessories
Canon is fine, but 10x optical, IS, more controls, wider angle of view to start and 3" lcd in the same size form factor ftw
my cousin just got an SD1000.. it's way smaller than my old SD500.
i've got an older fuji f10. i really like the high iso capabilities.
(then again, that's my only camera)