A camera is just a camera.

Started Apr 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
evancj Veteran Member • Posts: 4,370
Re: A camera is just a camera.

Hollander wrote:

First of, I'm not a technical person at all. For that reason I find myself left out in the cold when it comes to debating the pros and cons of the new cameras that are coming out.

I do follow the discussions on this forum with great interest as is the case at this moment with the new G1X MK2. After I decide what will work for me and what I want from a camera I will acquire that said camera.

Following this routine I,m happy to say that I purchased 2 great cameras in the past to learn and work the best I can with the camera. Again I thank this forum community for their advice for my purchases of the SX110 and SX50HS.

A couple of my random SX50 pictures.

In conclusion I like to say once you've decided which camera to buy, run with it and enjoy the features it has.



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To keep my brain active I'm looking forward to my next trip. So much to see yet and not enough time.

Hey Rob, this is a great post! I fully agree with your message. I've had my camera for almost a year now a feel I have a lot more to learn about it before I move on the the next best thing.

I really enjoyed all of your shots in this post but the landscape and hawk are my favorites.

I would love to see more of the BC countryside from you. It is an amazing and beautiful pace. I'll bet you could get some gorgeous forest photos.

The hawk is absolutely stunning...what more can I say except I would be proud of it I it were mine.

Thanks for sharing these.

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