Your oldest Canon digital camera - still working?

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Ed B
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Re: Your oldest Canon digital camera - still working?
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snappyden wrote:

Tony,

Thanks for writing. I'm having difficulty deciding which camera to buy now, RX10iv is right up there, but it sure is big. So considering the Panasonic FZ300, which I had before our home burned down in a California wildfire last August. I think its a great camera, specially for the price, but right now it's not available anywhere.

Best,

Den

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Den, if a person can get along with a zoom range up to 400mm instead of the 600mm offered by the FZ300, the original FZ1000 is still one of the best bridge cameras.

It's lighter than the Sony RX10 III or IV, has a bigger sensor than the FZ300 and is a great general purpose camera. I don't think I've ever read a negative comment about it.

Granted, the Sony RX10 IV is rated a little better but when you consider price and image quality produced by it, compared to the Panasonic, the FZ1000 is a very good camera.

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