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|04-25-2013 06:05 AM|
|04-25-2013 04:46 AM|
damn, can't believe I missed this deal! think I should hold off buying it at $250, in hopes of another deal?
I'm debating between getting this, and some lumix 4/3rds camera.. I have a DSLR, but I also want a small walkaround camera that performs better than a mid-range P&S.. I'm sure the lumix ($400-something) would be better-quality, but I like the almost toy-like aesthetic of this camera. plus, I'd love to use the k-mount feature.
|02-06-2013 03:04 PM|
Any of the advanced cameras can be shot in full auto, and probably should be unless you are comfortable making adjustments to ISO, shutter speed and aperture. The nice thing about an advanced camera is that those options are always available down the road, should you be interested in doing so.
|02-06-2013 02:42 PM|
|02-06-2013 07:54 AM|
Looks like a good value for a "prosumer" model camera. Kind of reminds me of the top-end Kodak cameras from a couple years back, but with interchangeable lenses and better video capability.
|02-06-2013 07:44 AM|
|ddd123||Went out of stock as I was checking out.|
|02-06-2013 07:43 AM|
|bruteshot||you can get a Nikon D70/D50 for about this price or slightly more with the outstanding 18-70 kit lens. If you're in the market for a nice camera and don't mind a bigger size, definitely go with a used DSLR.|
|02-06-2013 07:02 AM|
|02-06-2013 06:13 AM|
I can't speak for this camera, but if i was shooting pictures of a baby, and was set on the "q" system I'd get the package with the prime as the telephoto won't be much use until he/she starts running around.
The kit with the fast prime goes for about $90 more amazon:
That said if I was spending $300 I'd be looking hard at some of the discount M43 cameras or that funky pentax mirrorless with the same sensor as the D7000 if it goes on sale for $300 again.
|02-06-2013 05:55 AM|
|dpham00||I want to take pics of my baby without flash in low light. I currently have a sx100 and zs7. Neither of these do this well, very grainy. Would this be a substantial improvement over my current cameras? Also, for now i would shoot in full auto... Would that be a problem?|
|02-06-2013 04:23 AM|
We aren't photographers. We have a Nikon D40, that we bought a few years ago and we want something smaller and easier to carry when we are away from home, as a second camera.
Would I be better off to buy this or a quality point and shoot. I saw good reviews on the Canon PowerShot SX260 HS. Which would likely be better for my basic needs?
Im looking to buy soon for my wifes birthday.
Mainly, I want a small camera that is fairly easy to use and produes quality photos for a good price or free. Thats easy enough, right?
I might also add that we will mainly take family photos.
|02-06-2013 03:44 AM|
|02-06-2013 02:06 AM|
|zapatista||Adapting old Pentax K mount/Canon FD/Nikon F/Konica AR/Minolta MC-MC lenses to the Q is half the fun. It's got decent (in body) stabilization and focus peaking! Yes, I know it's not going to have the same 100% crop IQ/shallow depth of field of a m43 and larger sensored mirrorless/DSLR cameras, but the Pentax Q has very nice IQ for WHAT IT IS. Comparable to the LX5-7 or S100.|
|02-06-2013 01:34 AM|
|02-06-2013 01:07 AM|
|tennisplayer888||Wait so with this cam, can you use an adapter and put other lens onto it?|
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