Announced Oct 18, 2013 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 100 mm (4×)
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So I replaced my old Finepix F11 with a micro 4/3rds camera and I've found that it's really more camera than I like to lug around when I travel. I like the low light performance of the m43 and the wide angle of the fixed 14mm lumix lens, but I don't like the added bulk and I miss the ability to zoom. Any ideas for a replacement? The S120 and the XQ1 look good, however I wouldn't mind spending less. Some things I'm looking for: -better low light performance than the f11 -similar size or...
My current P&S is a Sony DSC-W80... until I got my iPhone 5S and realized how much better my pictures could be. But after 6 months with the new phone I know that any picture heavy trips, such as my upcoming trip to Europe, would benefit from a new stand alone camera with modern specs. It really doesn't seem like I bought the Sony *that* long ago but I guess I did. It's nice to not be storage space restricted as you would be on a smartphone that is competing for space with...
I'm not a beginner but I wonder if it's really true that the sensor size is one of the most important factors for having a good shots. (Obviously I'm not talking af the APS od Full Frame sensor) I try to explain my doubts : I bought the Fuji XQ1 with a bigger sensor (2/3) than my compacts (Pansonic TZ40 - Fuji 900EXR) with sensor 1/2.3 . After 2 months and many shots I havent' seen any difference between the Fuji XQ1 and the Panasonic (and I'm not blind !!) Now I read that some compact...
I have been reading the reviews and comparisons on DPR for the various classes and sizes of compact cameras with interest. Basically I've been using an old Canon Ixus 500 P&S for years and it's died, and it's time to start learning photography. I am basically in need of a compact camera with easy, ergonomic manual controls. Simple operation would lessen the overall difficulty and increase motivation levels to get out there and experiment and get some practice. Excessive menu navigating is a...