The D30 is a decent camera for my intended purpose, which is disaster sites. I was forever churning through retired S-series cameras that would too easily get drywall, etc, dust on the sensor, due to lenses that pumped debris into the camera. I set the D30 on vivid for colors, which is a bit too aggressive. Maybe I should try neutral. The f-stop is super slow. I may have to bump ISO in prep for indoor pics, but for off-the-cuff construction site shots, I really don't want to fiddle with many ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Canon PowerShot D30
I choose the D30 over all the other compact underwater cameras for two reasons: · Image file sizes are smaller, which counts when you take hundreds of photos every day; · Noise reduction has been toned down and does not create a watercolour look in your photos. In both these respects the camera delivers. Regarding file size, my Nikon P7700 makes a much better photo that my Canon SX50, yet the image files are about half the size. Image file size is clearly not tightly linked to image quality. ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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