Canon PowerShot SX130 IS
Announced Aug 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 336 mm (12×)
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I seem to have a problem with metering. I am "coming from" a Canon SX130IS (a point and shoot megazoom). When I had a back lit subject or some other problem where part of my photo was too dark, I would just use autofocus again squarely on the darkest part and the camera would adjust. It would overexpose the rest a lot of times but generally it was what I wanted. Maybe I got too used to that because when I try it now with the Nikon, it doesn't seem to work the same. I was at a party with...
Okay, this question relates to optical X zoom in relation to mm lens. I know they don't really correspond, but here goes.I have been using the Canon sx130 is which has a 12x zoom. The sensor is 1/2.3" .Of course with that size sensor the quality of pictures at full zoom is not quite what I want, but it gets up close.I do a lot of outdoor stuff and there are objects, (buildings, birds, etc.) I can't get close to. So, I decided to upgrade. I purchased the Nikon D3200. Body only. I'll get lense...
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