Page 2 of 4 FirstFirst 1234 LastLast
Results 21 to 40 of 66

Thread: Members' Cameras

  1. #21
    Revenant 9mmprincess's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Location
    out where the lions roar
    Posts
    1,756
    anyone ever used a digital olympus? i have a regular olympus camera and i love the thing-im looking for a digital camera and the two olympus's i saw looked pretty nice-but are they good cameras?

    any info appreciated

    ps-its just for casual picture taking and stuff.
    There is security in fearlessness.

  2. #22
    Moderator YeOldeStonecat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2001
    Location
    Somewhere along the shoreline in New England
    Posts
    50,859
    Not that I'm huge into taking pics...around 4 years ago got one of these tiny Canon S100 Digital Elph ones....I love it. Small, all stainless steel case, easy to use....being about the size of a pack of smokes...fits in any pocket. Just expensive when they first came out..man, paid around 640 dollars said and done.



    Just a 2.1 meg camera...back when I got it they had just come out with 'em. Now 2.1 megs is kinda bottom line...but honestly, for the average camera user..it's still more than enough pixels.

    2x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom
    USB upload
    MORNING WOOD Lumber Company
    Guinness for Strength!!!

  3. #23
    SG Enthusiast FunK's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2000
    Posts
    2,721
    My Camera = Sony DSC P5

    Decent camera.. Good photo quality..

    Not top of the line but it was close at one time. Still haven't found a real NEED to get another just yet.
    Simply run adaware, spybot, ZoneAlarm, HijackThis, AVG, update windows daily, have a router, don't open e-mail, turn off action scripting, don't use P2P networks, don't violate EULAs, and wear a condom to get Windows secured.

    People say Linux is alot of work!

  4. #24
    SG Enthusiast
    Join Date
    Jan 2000
    Location
    Auburn, AL
    Posts
    1,605
    My Cameras

    Canon PowerShot G5



    OVERVIEW

    With a stunning combination of resolution, speed and control, all housed in a rugged, elegant new black enclosure, the PowerShot G5 takes the lead as Canon's flagship PowerShot. With a host of improvements and professional features, the PowerShot G5 will exceed the expectations of even the most discerning photographer.
    The PowerShot G5 features an 1/1.8" 5 Megapixel CCD sensor, capturing a huge 2592x1944 pixel image with exceptional detail and color fidelity. It has a fast, high resolution 4x optical zoom lens with iris-type aperture and User-operated, multi-stop control for spectacular depth of field, or elegant blur. Perfect focus, exposure, and color are achieved quickly with the combination of Canon's exclusive DIGIC imaging processor with iSAPS (Intelligent Scene Analysis based on Photographic Space) technology, an Intelligent Orientation Sensor, and the use of primary color filters.All these features, plus a host of manual and automatic functions ensure that the PowerShot G5 will get the perfect shot every time.


    FEATURES

    ? 5.0 Megapixel CCD
    The PowerShot G5 uses a 5.0 Megapixel CCD sensor, providing a file with 2592 x 1944 pixels for stunning clarity and color in even your biggest enlargements. Primary color filters reduce noise while enhancing the natural colors of the scene photographed.
    ? 4x Optical, 4x Digital, 16x Combined Zoom
    At the heart of the PowerShot G5 is Canons powerful 4x optical, 4x digital zoom lens. With a 35mm equivalent range of 35 - 140mm, a large maximum aperture of f/2.0-3.0, and macro focusing down to 2 inches, there's virtually nothing this lens can't do. A 4x digital zoom feature extends the telephoto capabilities even further, effectively making it a 16x zoom.
    ? 12 EOS-based Shooting Modes
    For the ultimate in control and flexibility, the PowerShot G5 has 12 EOS-based Shooting Modes, including two user-defined custom modes so you'll get the perfect exposure in any situation.
    ? DIGIC Imaging Processor and iSAPS Technology
    The G5's DIGIC Imaging Processor revolutionizes how you shoot digital by allowing the camera to process images faster and improving the accuracy of the autofocus. DIGIC also reduces the effects on noise in your images. iSAPS Technology is an entirely new scene-recognition technology developed for digital cameras by Canon. Using an internal database of thousands of different photos, iSAPS works with the fast DIGIC Imaging Processor to improve focus speed and accuracy, as well as exposure and white balance.
    ? Enhanced Movie Mode
    The PowerShot G5 can take movie clips with sound up to three minutes long. With new advanced playback features, you can edit, fast forward, rewind and more, right in the camera.
    ? FlexiZone Auto Focus System
    The PowerShot G5 achieves sharp focus with both single and continuous focusing systems, perfect for any photography from sports to still life. With two types of AF, including FlexiZone, where the user defines the focus point anywhere in the composition, and a unique focus-bracketing feature, the Powershot G5 can achieve perfect focus anywhere.
    ? Intelligent Orientation Sensor
    Among the many convenient features of the PowerShot G5, the Intelligent Orientation Sensor can tell whether you shot your photo vertically or horizontally. It automatically adjusts AF, AE and white balance and makes sure that your photos are oriented correctly when you download them to your computer.
    ? Dirct Print Capable (with Select Canon Printers)
    For desktop large-format printing, try one of the Bubble Jet Direct Photo Printers which allow you to print directly in one of two ways: plug the compatible PowerShot camera into the Bubble Jet Direct Photo Printer using the supplied cable, or simply insert a memory card with supplied adapter. You can also connect the printer to your computer for more options. Print high resolution borderless images in post card size or 8.5" x 11" size within minutes. Card Photo Printers let you produce versatile fun credit card size prints or post card size prints in just three easy steps: connect, select and print. Control the printer right from your camera's LCD monitor. Prints dye-sublimated credit card size or post card size - fast. Bordered and borderless options are available. Available paper types et you create mini or credit card size labels. You can even take the printer to a party or an outdoor picnic using an optional battery.


    Specifications

    Image Sensor 1/1.8" 5.0 Megapixel CCD
    Color Depth 24 Bit RGB
    Picture Modes File Formats: RAW
    JPEG (Exif 2.2)
    Resolution options: 2592x1944 (Large)
    1600x1200 (Medium 1)
    1024x768 (Medium 2)
    640x480 (Small)
    Image Quality Modes: RAW (uncompressed)
    SuperFine
    Fine
    Normal
    DCF (Design rule for Camera File) system, & DPOF Version 1.1 (Digital Print Order Format) Compliant

    Internal Memory None
    Memory Card CompactFlash (CF) Card (type I & II)
    Viewfinder Type Real-image zoom viewfinder
    LCD Display 1.8" low-temp polysillicon TFT color LCD, LCD Display flips out from the camera body and Rotates vertically
    Lens High Resolution Canon Zoom Lens, 4x Optical Zoom with 4x Digital Zoom
    Focal Length 7.2mm - 28.8mm (35mm - 140mm equivalent)
    Focus Type 1-point AF (Center Point or FlexiZone AF is available according to shooting mode)
    Focus Range Normal AF: 20" (50cm) - Infinity
    Macro AF: 2" (5cm) - 20" (50cm) (wide)
    Filter Size None (58mm with LA-DC58B adapter)
    Sensitivity Auto; Selectable ISO (50, 100, 200 & 400 Equivalent)
    Exposure Modes Program AE, Shutter-priority, Aperture- priority, Manual, Exposure Compensation (+/- 2.0 EV in 1/3-step increments), AE Lock is available
    Aperture f/2.0-3.0 - f/8.0
    Shutter 151/2000 sec. (Slow shutter of 1.3 sec. and more operates with noise reduction)
    White Balance TTL Auto White Balance, 6 Pre-set modes (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, or Flash), Custom White Balance (Two settings)
    Self Timer Yes; 2 Second or 10 Second delay
    Burst Mode High Speed: Approx. 2.0 images/sec.
    Normal: Approx. 1.5 images/sec.
    (Large/Fine mode and LCD viewfinder is OFF)
    Built-in Flash Yes; 5 Modes (Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow-Sync, Flash On, Flash Off)
    Effective Flash Distance 2.3' (0.7m) - 16.5' (5.0m) (wide)
    External Flash Sync Yes; Canon TTL Hot Shoe (TTL Flash control with Canon Speedlight EX Series Flashes)
    Date & Time Stamp Yes
    Video Mode QuickTime AVI Movie with Audio
    Low: 320x240 @ 15 fps
    Med: 160x120 @ 15 fps
    (max. 3 min. video segment)
    Audio Annotation No
    Power Source BP-511/512 Lithium-ion battery (included)
    CA-560 Compact Power Adapter (included)
    CR-560 Car Battery Cable Kit (optional)
    Interface USB 1.1
    Video Out Yes (NTSC or PAL Selectable) with Audio
    Dimensions 4.8" x 2.9" x 2.8" (121mm x 74mm x 70mm)
    Weight 14.5 oz. (410g.) without battery

    Sharp VL-Z3U



    General
    Product type Camcorder


    Digital zoom 500


    Effective sensor resolution 340,000 pixels


    Gross sensor resolution 680,000 pixels


    Optical sensor size 1/4"


    Optical sensor type CCD


    Min illumination 2 lux


    Analog video format NTSC


    Image effects Sepia,Negative Art,Solarization,Black & White


    Image stabilizer Electronic


    Digital scene transition Fade trigger


    Shooting modes Digital photo mode


    Shooting programs Dusk,Sunlight,Fireworks,Sports mode,Party/indoor,Slow shutter


    White balance Custom,Automatic


    Exposure modes Manual,Program,Automatic


    Camera flash None
    Lens System
    Lens aperture F/1.8


    Optical zoom 10


    Lens type Zoom lens


    Min focal length 3.8 mm


    Max focal length 38 mm


    Filter size 30 mm


    Focus adjustment Manual,Automatic


    Zoom adjustment Motorized drive
    Memory / Storage
    Media type Mini DV


    Image storage Fine JPEG 640 x 480 : 50,Normal JPEG 640 x 480 : 90,Economy JPEG 640 x 480 : 160


    Recording speed LP,SP
    Viewfinder / Display
    Display type 2.5 in TFT active matrix LCD display


    Display form factor Rotating (225°)


    Display resolution 215,000 pixels


    Viewfinder color support Black & white
    Audio Input
    Audio input Microphone


    Microphone type Built-in


    Microphone operation mode Stereo


    Microphone technology Electret condenser
    Expansion / Connectivity
    Connector type 1 x USB,1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK),1 x Composite video/audio (input/output),1 x S-Video input / output,1 x DC power input


    Expansion slot(s) 1 x SD Memory Card


    Cable(s) included 1 x A/V cable,1 x USB cable
    Additional Features
    Additional features DPOF support,Auto power save,Built-in speaker,Backlight compensation,Analog to digital conversion with pass through


    Remote control None


    Software included Drivers & Utilities


    Included accessories Lens cap
    Power
    Battery included 1 x Rechargeable Lithium ion Camcorder battery


    Power supply included Power adapter - External
    Physical Characteristics
    Width 3.3 in


    Depth 4 in


    Height 3.2 in


    Weight 16.9 oz

    Olympus D-340R



    View Details
    Brand Olympus
    Manufacturer Part Number omd340r • r-225000 • #: 225000 truedata • old340r • D340 • D-340R • D-340L • 225000 • OLM D340R
    SLR Regular
    Dimensions
    Depth 1.8 in.
    Height 2.6 in.
    Weight .56 lb.
    Width 5 in.
    Exposure Control
    Aperture Range f11 - f2.8
    Shutter Speed 1/2 - 1/500 sec
    White Balance Full Auto TTL
    General Specifications
    Included Accessories Strap, Video Cable 4 AA Alkaline Batteries, Serial Cable, 4MB SmartMedia Card
    Image Quality
    Max Images in Fine Mode 9
    Max Images In Standard Mode 60
    Max Images In Superfine Mode 1
    Maximum Image Resolution 1280 x 960
    Other Resolutions 640 x 480
    Resolution 1.31 Megapixel
    Interfaces
    Interface Serial
    Key Features
    Included Memory Size 4 MB
    LCD Size 1.8 in.
    Memory Type Smar Media Card
    Resolution 1.31 Megapixel
    Lens
    35mm Equivalent 36 mm
    Digital Zoom 2x
    Focal Length 5.5 mm
    Focus Range 20 in. To infinity
    Macro Focus Range 4 - 20 in.
    Memory
    Compression Modes Uncompressed, SuperFine,Fine, Standard
    Compression Type JPEG, TIFF
    Included Memory Size 4 MB
    Memory Type Smar Media Card
    Miscellaneous
    MPN #: 225000 truedata
    Product ID 1840
    Power Supply
    Battery Type 4 AA Alkaline Batteries, 4 AA NiMH/NiCD/Lithium Batteries (optional)
    Viewfinder
    LCD Panel Size 1.8 in.
    LCD Pixels 72,000 pixels
    More Information
    With 1280 x 960 resolution, the CAMEDIATM D-340R packs megapixel quality in a pocket-sized format. Part of our award-winning series of filmless digital cameras, the D-340R takes great snapshots automatically - or gives you several easy-to-use, advanced options to create your own effects.
    Looking for work............

  5. #25
    ^_^ Illini25's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Location
    Champaign, IL
    Posts
    8,128
    Oylumpus Stylus 300


    All-weather performance lets you shoot digital images under almost any weather condition

    Comes with 16MB xD-Picture Card

    Rechargeable LI-10B Lithium Ion batteries and Charger keep the camera up and running

    Compact to fit easily in a pocket and be available wherever and whenever you want

    3.2 megapixel CCD so you can print beautiful 8x10’s

    3x optical/4x digital zoom lens

    QuickTimeTM Movie Mode (up to 40 sec. at 15 fps in SQ mode)

    Auto-Connect USB for quick and easy transferring of images from camera to computer

    TruePic technology results in smoother, truer color images

    Panorama available with supplied xD-Picture Card

    DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) makes it easy for photo specialty shops to print your images

    5 Scene Programs provide best results for various shooting situations



    My Pro's:

    Small and compact
    Takes good pictures

    My Con's:

    Flash isn't effective in dark environments

  6. #26
    Advanced Member SGTMAJRET's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Manhattan, Kansas, USA
    Posts
    625
    Just picked this up this weekend. Looking forward to a lot of fun with this.



    Type of camera: Digital camera E8700
    Effective pixels: 8.0 million
    CCD: 2/3-inch-type (total pixels: 8.31 million)
    Image size (pixels): 8M (3,264 x 2,448), 5M (2,592 x 1,944), 3M (2,048 x 1,536), 2M (1,600 x 1,200), 1M (1,280 x 960), PC (1,024 x 768), TV (640 x 480), 3:2 (3,264 x 2,176) user selectable
    Lens: 8x Zoom-Nikkor; 8.9-71.2mm [35mm (135) format equivalent to 35-280mm] f/2.8-4.2 with macro; 14 elements in 10 groups; all elements are made of environmentally friendly glass; Nikon Super Integrated Coating (SIC) applied; two glass molded ED lens elements included
    Digital Zoom: Up to 4x
    Autofocus: Contrast-detect TTL AF with AF-assist illuminator; 5-area Multi AF or Spot AF selectable
    Focus modes: 1) Continuous AF, 2) Single AF, 3) Manual Focus (from 1.2 in. [3cm] to infinity with focus confirmation indication)
    Focus range: 19.7 in. [50cm] to infinity, 1.2 in. [3cm] to infinity in Macro mode (middle zoom position)
    Viewfinder: 0.44-inch type, 235,000-dot, polysilicon TFT colo LCD viewfinder; Diopter adjustment: -4 to +1m(-1)
    LCD Monitor: 1.8-inch type, 134,000-dot High Transmissive Advanced TFT LCD monitor with brightness and hue adjustment; frame coverage: approx. 97% (Through, Freeze), 100% (Play)
    Storage: System: Exif 2.2 file (uncompressed RAW [NEF] and TIFF_RGB or compressed JPEG). Design rule for Camera File system (DCF), Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), QuickTime Motion JPEG (Movie, Audio) Media: CD Card Type I/II, Microdrive (TM) Card
    Shooting Modes: AUTO, SCENE, Custom 1, Custom 2
    Scene Modes: Portrait, Party/Indoor, Night portrait, Beach/Snow, Landscape, Sunset, Night landscape, Fireworks show, Close up, Copy, Back light, and Panorama Assist
    User setting: 1) White balance, 2) (Exposure) Metering, 3) Continuous (Shooting), 4) Best Shot Selector (BSS/AE-BSS), 5) Image adjustment (Auto/Normal/More contrast/Less contrast), 6) Saturation Control (-2 to +2/Black & White), 7) User setting (two combinations of mode setting can be memorized in #1-#2), 8) Image Sharpening, 9) Lens, 10) Exposure options (AE Lock, Bulb/Times release), 11) Focus options, 12) Zoom options, 13) Speedlight options, 14) Auto Bracketing, 15) Noise Reduction, 16) Reset, 17) My Menu, 18) CF Card Format
    Capture modes: 1) Single, 2) Continuous H (2.5 fps; up to 5 frames), 3) Continuous L (1.2 fps; up to 12 frames), 4) Multi-shot 16 (consecutive 16 frames at 1.5 fps), 5) Ultra HS (high-speed) (640 x 480 pixels; 30 fps, up to 100 frames), 6) 5 shot buffer (1 fps), 7) Interval Timer Shooting, 8) Movie: TV movie (640 x 480 pixels) with audio at 30 fps; up to 35 seconds, or Small movie (320 x 240 pixels) with audio at 15 fps; up to 180 seconds, Time-lapse movie (640 x 480 pixels) at 30 fps; up to 35 seconds or Sepia movie (320 x 240 pixels) with audio at 5 fps; up to 180 seconds are selectable
    Exposure metering: 4-mode TTL metering: 1) 256-segment Matrix, 2) Center-Weighted, 3) Spot, 4) Spot AF Area
    Exposure control: 1) Programmed Auto with Flexible Program [P], 2) Shutter-Priority Auto [S], 3) Aperture-Priority Auto [A], 4) Manual [M]; Exposure Compensation (+/-2 EV in 1/3 EV steps); Auto Exposure Bracketing (3 or 5 frames within +/-2 EV); AE-BSS (three modes: Highlight, Shadow, Histogram)
    Exposure range: EV -1.0 to +19.0 (W), EV +0.5 to +19.0 (T)
    Shutter: Mechanical and charge-coupled electronic shutter; 1/4,000 (with minimum aperture) to 2 sec in AUTO mode and Programmed Auto (P); 1/4,000 to 8 sec in Shutter-Priority Auto (S) and Aperture-Priority Auto (A), 1/4,000 to 8 sec and Bulb/Time (up to 10 minutes) in Manual (M), 1/8,000 to 1/30 sec in Ultra HS (high-speed) mode. At some apertures, maximum shutter speed is 1/2,000 sec
    Aperture: 7-blade iris diaphragm; 10 steps in 1/3 EV increments (to minimum of f/8)
    Sensitivity: Approximately equivalent to ISO 50, 100, 200, 400, and Auto *(auto gain to ISO 200 equivalent)
    White Balance: 1) Auto White Balance with TTL control, 2) 6-mode Manual with fine tuning (Daylight/Incandescent/Fluorescent/Cloudy/Speedlight/Shade), 3) Preset, 4) White Balance Bracketing
    Self-timer: 10 or 3-second duration
    Built-in Speedlight: Shooting range: approx. 1.6 - 13.5ft. (0.5 - 4.1m) (W), approx. 1.6 - 8.9ft. (0.5 - 2.7m) (T). Flash modes: 1) Auto Flash, 2) Flash Cancel, 3) Red-Eye Reduction, 4) Anytime Flash, 5) Night Portrait (Slow Sync Flash)
    Accessory shoe: Standard ISO hot-shoe contact with safety lock
    External Speedlight: Hotshoe connects to external Nikon Speedlight SB-800/50DX/30/22s; built-in Speedlight can be canceled when using external Speedlight(s)
    Playback menu options: 1) Full-frame, 2) Thumbnail (4/9 segments), 3) Slide show, 4) Movie with audio, 5) Playback zoom (up to 6x); File information; Shooting information; Histogram indication and highlight point display; Hide and protect atttributes can be set to each image; Focus confirmation indication; RAW image playback
    Interface: USB
    I/O Terminal: DC in; Audio/Video (NTSC or PAL selectable) out; Digital I/O (USB/Remote cord)
    Power requirements: One rechargeable Li-ion Battery (included), Battery pack MB-E5700 (optional) with six 1.5V LR6 (AA-size alkaline) batteries (1.5v FR Lithium, 1.2V NiMH, or 1.2V NiCd batteries can also be used), one 2CR5 (DL245) lithium battery (optional), AC Adapter EH-53 (optional)
    Battery life (approx.): 210 images (EN-El1)/240 images (2CR5). Measured at 20 degrees C (68 degrees F) with fully-charged batteries under standard Nikon test conditions; monitor on, zoom adjusted with each shot, flash used about once every three shots, image quality set to Normal
    Dimensions (W x H x D): 4.4 x 4.1 x 3.1 in. (113 x 105 x 78mm)
    Weight: Approx. 17 oz. (480g) (without battery and storage media)
    New keyboard, but still no "any" key.

  7. #27
    Regular Member reeo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    Phx, AZ
    Posts
    124

    Sony DSC-S70



    I got this almost 5 years ago and never had a problem. Its old now but it still works great. I bought a sony wide angle and telephoto lens which are good but not great. Memory sticks use to be an issue but there fairly cheap now. Here is some specs.


    Format Compact
    Price (street) US$800
    Also known as
    Camera body
    Release Status Discontinued
    Max resolution 2048 x 1536
    Low resolution 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 640 x 480
    Image ratio w:h 4:3, 3:2
    Effective pixels 3.14 million
    Sensor photo detectors 3.34 million
    Sensor size 1/1.8 " (7.18 x 5.32 mm)
    Sensor type CCD
    Colour filter array RGB
    Sensor manufacturer Sony
    ISO rating 100
    Zoom wide (W) 34 mm
    Zoom tele (T) 102 mm (3 x)
    Digital zoom Yes, 2 x
    Auto Focus Yes
    Manual Focus Yes, 6 presets
    Auto focus type TTL
    Normal focus range 25 cm
    Macro focus range 4 cm
    White balance override Yes - 3 positions
    Aperture range F2.0 - F2.5 / F8.9
    Min shutter 8 sec
    Max shutter 1/1000 sec
    Built-in Flash Yes
    Flash guide no. 2.5 m (8.2 ft) @ F2.0
    External flash Yes
    Flash modes Auto, On, Off, Ext
    Focal length multiplier
    Exposure compensation -2EV to +2EV in 1/3EV Steps
    Metering Center weighted, Spot
    Aperture priority Yes
    Shutter priority Yes
    Lens thread 52 mm (with adapter)
    Continuous Drive Unknown
    Movie Clips Unknown
    Remote control No
    Tripod mount Yes
    Self-timer 10 sec
    Time-lapse recording No
    Storage types Memory Stick
    Microdrive compatible No
    Storage included 8 MB Memory Stick
    Uncompressed format TIFF
    Compressed format JPEG (EXIF)
    Quality Levels Fine, Standard
    Viewfinder Optical
    LCD 2 "
    LCD Pixels 123,000
    Playback zoom Yes, 5 x
    Video out Yes
    USB Yes
    Firewire (IEEE 1394) No
    Serial No
    Battery / Charger Yes
    Battery InfoLithium (NP-FM50) & charger
    Weight (inc. batteries) 420 g (14.8 oz)
    Dimensions 117 x 70 x 65 mm (4.6 x 2.8 x 2.6 in)
    Notes

    reeo

  8. #28
    Elite Member ghost's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 1999
    Location
    Virginia
    Posts
    11,599

    Nikon N2000 SLR




    Great SLR, I have had it since new, 1987.

  9. #29
    ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ ♫♪ downhill's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2000
    Location
    My Own Private Idaho
    Posts
    34,796
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost



    Great SLR, I have had it since new, 1987.

    Nice camera, Ghost. I'm still kinda old school myself...
    I'm using a Canon FTb...I bought it new in 77 with a 50 mm lens for it.

    I did get the wife a Minolta digital. Nothing fancy as she just wants to take pictures of the cat and such but it comes in handy.

    I'm thinking of upgrading when the price of the D10 drops...maybe in a year or so.

  10. #30
    Here's mine .. yes old thread but i'm bored off my arse

    It's 6.1 mp and i got the optional telefoto lens.


  11. #31
    Regular Member BlindPilot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    My knees are exploding!
    Posts
    488
    Here's my new camera, still need to give it a real test, think ill pull a sicky next week and spend a day taking some shots with it!!

    Panasonic DMC FZ5
    For King And Country!

  12. #32
    This is the camera that I got for Christmas. It is the one I used in the thread I posted for the pics from Puerto Rico. It is good enough for now. The only complaint that I have is that it can eat up batteries. Recommendation: rechargables.

    SAMSUNG DIGIMAX 530.

    Samsung introduces the Digimax 530, an entry-level 5.0 Megapixel digital camera with an pleasing competitive price. A high 5 Megapixel Auto focus digital camera with 3x optical and 4x digital zoom, the new Digimax 530 allows even the casual snap shooter to experience everything the high resolution world has to offer without breaking the bank. Its 1/1.8 CCD captures sharp and detailed images, and the 1.5-inch TFT LCD with multiple language support is ideal for image preview and review.

    The Digimax 530 incorporates a built-in five mode flash, adjustable white balance and selectable ISO sensitivity (100, 200, 400 and Auto). The camera's super macro mode allows users to capture crystal clear images of subjects as close as 6cm from the lens. Digimax 530 users can capture both still images and movie clips with audio, and the bundled USB and user selectable NSTC/PAL connectors allow for high-speed transfer to a PC. The camera draws power from two AA or one CR-V3 battery, with eight power source options in all.

    With TTL Auto Focus, Programmed AE and Metering exposure controls, Normal and Night scene modes, and Single and Continuous shooting, the Digimax 530 screams value as it's packaged with features that would normally draw a higher price-tagin other 5 megapixel digital cameras.

    Features:

    5.0 megapixel digital camera
    Outstanding 12x zoom (3x optical, 5x digital)
    VGA 30 frames-per-second movie clips with audio
    Manual focus, manual exposure (A/S/M)
    Night scene, continuous, auto bracketing shooting
    Superb 6cm macro
    Creative RGB color effect
    Voice memo in still images, voice recording
    Optical viewfinder
    1.5-inch color TFT LCD monitor
    Date imprinting
    Storage driver
    32 MB internal memory or SD card optional
    Multiple language support
    Video Out (NTSC/PAL)
    2 x AA alkaline batteries


    Specifications:

    Image sensor Type 1/1.8" CCDD
    Effective Pixels Approx. 5.13 Mega-pixel
    Total Pixels Approx. 5.25 Mega-pixel
    Lens Focal Length: SHD Lens f = 7.7 23.1mm (35mm film equivalent: 38 111mm)
    F No. F2.7 F4.9
    Digital Zoom Still Image mode : 1.0X to 4.0X
    Play mode: 1.0X to 4.0X (depends on Image Size)
    Optical viewfinder Real image optical viewfinder
    LCD monitor 1.5" color TFT LCD
    (130,338 dots, 557x234)
    Autofocus method Type: TTL auto focus
    Focusing range Normal : 80cm to infinity
    Macro: 6cm to 80cm
    (Wide), 40cm to 80cm (Tele) Fixed Focus: 1m, 2m, Infinity
    Shutter speeds Type: Mechanical shutter and Electrical shutter
    SHUTTER Speed 1 to 1/2,000 sec. (15 to 1/2,000 sec. in Night Scene mode)
    Exposure control method Exposure Control Program AE, Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE, Manual Exposure Metering (Multi & Spot)
    Continuous shooting Shooting Modes: Still Image Modes: Program, A, S, M, Set, Voice Recording, Movie Clip, Night Scene; Shooting Modes: Single, Continuous, AEB.
    Self-timer Self-timer : 2 sec., 10 sec.
    Sensitivity (equivalent film speed) ISO Equivalent: Auto, 100, 200, 400
    White balance Auto, Daylight, Sunset, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Tungsten
    Sharpness Soft, Normal, Vivid
    Effect B&W, Normal, Sepia
    Built-in flash operating modes Auto, Auto & Red-eye reduction, Fill-in flash Slow sync, Flash off
    Flash range Wide: 0.6 to 3.0m
    Tele: 0.6 to 2.0m
    Recharging Time Approx. 8 sec.
    Terminals for external flash No
    Storage media Internal memory: 32MB flash memory
    External memory: SD Card (up to 512MB guaranteed)
    Image recording format File Format Still image: JPEG, DCF1.0, DPOF1.0, EXIF2.2
    Movie Clip: AVI (MJPEG)
    Audio: WAV
    Image-quality modes Super fine, fine, normal
    IMAGE PLAY Type : Single image, Thumbnails, Slide show, Movie Clip
    Audio VOICE MEMO Voice Recording (max. 1 hour)
    Voice Memo in Still Image (max. 10 sec.)
    Interface Digital output connector : USB 2.0
    DC power input connector : 3.3V
    Power Source Included: 2 x Alkaline Battery
    Optional: 2 x AA Ni-MH, CR-V3 Lithium, SBP-1103, AC adapter
    Video Output Video output : NTSC, PAL (user selectable)
    Dimensions 4.31" x 2.32" x 1.57" /109.7 x 59 x 40mm
    Weight Approx 6.34oz /180g (without batteries and card)
    System requirements PC with processor better than MMX Pentium 233MHz (XP : Pentium II 300MHz) Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP Minimum 32MB RAM
    Special features Date Imprinting

  13. #33
    SG Enthusiast Joel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Location
    F.WV
    Posts
    2,981
    Canon PowerShot G6.

    I love it!
    Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.6GHz on Water | 8GB DDR2 | 2x 74GB Raptor RAID0 | 250GB Storage | P5E | 2900XT @ 850 Core | DVD-RW | 2x 24" Widescreen LCD | Saitek Eclipse | Logitech G5

  14. #34
    BE HAPPY ! ! ! ! ! poptom's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Location
    Santa Monica, Southern California
    Posts
    4,632

    Canon Digital Rebel (original)

    I got this almost two years ago and I've got to say it takes nice pictures.



    My normal lens is a 35mm f2 (56mm equivalent) and I have the 50mm f1.8 (80mm) for a short tele. Of course there's the cheap zoomie that came with the camera but I have little use for it. I have also been able to adapt some of my old long telephotos to this camera but so far I haven't found a need to use them.

    I use generic screw-in lens hoods which give much better shielding than the Canon hoods. I always keep hoods on my lenses, no filters or front caps.

    The camera is a bit bulky but I think that's mostly due to the large battery which, by-the-way, really holds up. Exposures are always good and the continuous shooting mode is great for action, 2.5 fps, which is comparable to my motor drive film camera but much quieter.

    It starts up fast and image transfer with a 40X CF is pretty quick. There is a separate battery for the clock so you aren't bugged to reset time and date whenever the battery is replaced.

    I've pretty much gotten used to the undersized viewfinder but I really think they should have made it with greater magnification. This camera has an optical reflex finder but I believe they were also made with a mini LCD.

    This is a nice camera and I expect the newer version is even nicer.

    --Tom
    Last edited by poptom; 09-11-05 at 09:25 AM.
    "Mr President, you have big balls" - Dominica prime minister Eugenia Charles to Ronald Reagan after the invasion of Grenada, 1983

    "We win and they lose. What do you think of that?" - Ronald Reagan, 1977

  15. #35
    Nice camera Tom.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. #36
    Elite Member mountainman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    Location
    Colorado
    Posts
    15,451
    My current line-up:

    Canon EOS Digital Rebel
    - 1GB CF card
    - extra long life battery
    - Canon 18-55mm lens
    - Sigma 28-80mm lens w/macro @ 80mm
    - Sigma 70-300mm lens w/macro @ 200-300mm

    Canon PowerShotSD550
    - 2GB SD card
    - Canon underwater housing to 130' (WP-DC80)

    Sony DCR-PC120BT
    - 128MB MemoryStick
    - 4hr battery
    - Kenko .5x wide angle lens

    Multiple tripods (lightweight & heavy-duty)

  17. #37
    Senior Member nightowl's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2000
    Location
    ottawa, canada (ROCKS)
    Posts
    7,403
    have an old canon S-30...good for its day

    have a kodak EasyShare CX7330 with printer doc...works great for general point and shoot

    Picked up a Sony DCR-SR100 camcorder a month ago, well worth the money:

    LENS / ZOOM
    Carl Zeiss® Vario Sonnar® T* lens
    Zoom Key (Lever/Button on LCD frame)
    Zoom / Zoom Speed (Optical):
    With Lever during Standby: 10x, variable (0.9-24.4 sec)
    With Lever during recording: 10x, variable (0.9-24.4 sec)
    With Button on LCD frame: 10x, 5.8sec
    Digital Zoom1:20x (120x)
    Selection of Digital Zoom Ratio (2 steps) (20x/120x)(Setup)
    Precision Digital Zoom2
    F: 1.8 - 2.9
    f (Focal distance): 5.1 - 51mm
    f (35mm conversion)(in "MOVIE" position): (16:9 MODE)3: 42.8 - 495mm; (4:3 MODE): 45 - 450mm
    f (35mm conversion)(in "STILL" position)(16:9 MODE): 40.6 - 406mm; (4:3 MODE): 37 - 370mm
    Filter Diameter: 30mm
    NightShot (SW)
    Auto Lens Cover
    Super NightShot ("MOVIE" position)

    CAMERA
    Focus System: Full Range Auto/Manual
    Manual Focus (Panel), Spot Focus (Touch Panel)
    Auto Focus: Linear Mach AF
    Interlace CCD Sensor with Advanced HAD™ Technology: 1/3" (5.9mm) 2,144H
    Number of pixels: Gross: Approx. 3,310K Gross pixels
    Number of pixels in "MOVIE" Rec position: 16:9 MODE: 2,057.3K Actual pixels; 4:3 MODE: 2,048K Actual pixels
    Number of pixels in “STILL” Rec position: 16:9 MODE: 2,286.1K Actual pixels; 4:3 MODE: 3,048K Actual pixels.
    Minimum Illumination: 5 lux; (without NightShot) 0 lux
    White Balance: Auto / Outdoor / Indoor / One-Push (Setup)
    One-Push Auto
    Shutter Speed: 1/4 - 1/4000 sec (Colour Slow Shutter, Program AE, Super NightShot)
    Auto: 1/60 - 1/250 sec
    Manual: 1/4 - 1/10000 sec
    Program AE: 1/60 - 1/4000 sec
    Colour Slow Shutter: 1/4 – 1/100 sec
    Super NightShot: 1/4 - 1/250 sec, Off (Menu)
    Auto Shutter (Setup)
    Colour Slow Shutter (Touch Panel)
    Program AE4 (Setup): Portrait, Beach & Ski, Sports Lesson, Landscape, Spotlight, Sunset & Moon
    14-bit DXP
    Auto Non Flicker
    Exposure Control (Touch Panel, 24 steps)
    Backlight Compensation (Button)
    Spot Meter
    Iris Control / Gain Control (Auto Only / Auto Only)
    Review
    Self Timer
    Fader5 (Touch Panel): Black, White, Overlap, Wipe
    Camera Noise Reduction
    16:9 Wide (High Quality)
    16:9 Default
    Clock Setting (Setup): World Clock (Area or Country SET); DST or Summer Time
    Date/Time Auto Indication
    SteadyShot (“MOVIE” position only): Electronic, Super SteadyShot
    SteadyShot ON/OFF (Setup)

    VIEWFINDER
    Colour
    Size: 0.3”
    123K dots
    Backlight Select6 (Normal/Bright; Setup)

    AUDIO
    Dolby Digital 2ch Recording (with Optional Mic)
    Dolby Digital 2ch Playback
    Dolby Digital 5.1ch Recording
    Dolby Digital 2ch Down Mix Playback
    Built-in 4ch Stereo Electric Condenser Microphone with Auto Wind Position
    5.1ch Centre Mic Ready (with Optional Microphone)
    Speaker
    Speaker Volume Control (+/-; Touch Panel)
    MIC Reference Level (Normal/Low)
    External Surround MIC Setting (Stereo/4ch MIC)
    Surround Monitor
    Multi Sound Switch (HiFi Sound/Bilingual Switch/Setup)

    RECORDER/PLAYER
    Video Recording Format: MPEG2-PS
    Line-In REC
    Scan (+/-)
    Next
    Previous
    Slow Playback
    Visual Index
    Selectable Number of Index (6/12; Zoom/Setup)
    Date Index
    Movie Quality: HQ (Average 9MBps): VBR; SP (Average 6Mbps): VBR; LP (Average: 3 Mbps): VBR
    Linear Time Counter
    Data Code (Rec Date/Time, Camera Information)
    OSD On/Off Button
    OSD Output (Line Out/LCD/Viewfinder)
    TV Type Select
    Playlist Edit: Add, Delete, Move
    Original Edit: Delete
    Playback Zoom (x1.1-5; Touch Panel + Zoom Lever)

    INPUTS/OUTPUTS
    Multi AV (Video In/Out / S Video In/ Out / Audio In/Out)
    Remote (Stereo Mini/Mini)
    USB Terminal (mini b/Hi-Speed)
    DC IN

    LCD SCREEN
    Size: 2.7” WIDE (16;9 ratio)
    Number of Pixels: 123,200 dots (560 x 220)
    Hybrid LCD Monitor
    Touch Panel
    LCD On/Off7 (LCD Open/Closed Related)
    Backlight On/Off (Button – Press & Hold)
    Backlight Brightness Select8: Normal/Bright (Setup)
    Upside Down/Mirror
    Opening Angle: 90°
    Turning Angles: Counter clockwise: 180°; Clockwise: 90°, For Monitoring:0°
    Anti-glare treatment
    Anti-Fingerprint Treatment
    EVF ON with reversed LCD (Mirror Mode)

    REMOTE COMMANDER® CONTROL
    Model: RMT-835
    “MOVIE/STILL” Common: REC Start/Stop; Zoom
    “MOVIE/STILL/PLAY/EDIT” Common: Cursor Key (4-Directional); Enter; Display
    “STILL” Position: Photo
    “PLAY/EDIT” Position: Playback; Stop; Next; Prev; Step (+/-); Scan/Slow; Pause; Visual Index; Data Code
    Mode: DVD2

    MULTI-LANGUAGE OPERATION
    Menu/Warning Messages: English, Simplified English, Traditional Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Canadian French, Latin American Spanish, Korean
    Default Language: English

    OTHERS
    Charge on Camcorder
    One-Touch DVD Burn
    Setup (Active Menu)
    Start/Stop Button on LCD Frame
    Zoom Button on LCD Frame
    Wide Select Button
    Auto Shut Off
    Remote Sensor
    Remote On/Off (Setup)
    Beep Sound (On/Off; Setup)
    Warning Message
    Front Tally (On/Off; Setup)
    InfoLITHIUM System
    Disc/Battery Remaining Indicator
    Battery Information
    Demonstration Mode (Setup)
    Easy Handycam
    Weight (without Tape, Battery, etc.): 535g
    Weight (with Battery)9: NP-FP50: 580g; NP-FP60: 615g; NP-FP70: 620g; NP-FP90: 670g; NP-FP71: 630g
    Power Consumption: 3.9W (with Viewfinder); 4.3W (with LCD); 4.5W (with Viewfinder + LCD)
    Power Requirements: 8.4V (AC Adapter); 7.2V (Battery)
    Charge Time for 1-Hour Shooting (Floating Charge): 55 min.
    Charge Time for 1-Hour Shooting (with AC-VQP10 AC Adapter): 36 min.
    Dimensions (W x H x D): 82 x 69 x 149mm
    Active Interface Shoe
    Calibration (Setup)
    Digital Picture Effects (Setup)10: Luminance Key; Old Movie;
    Picture Effects (Setup)10: Mosaic, Monotone*, Sepia*, Pastel

    DIGITAL STILL PICTURES
    Default Recording Media: Hard Disk Drive
    Recording Mode: Fine (1/4); Standard (1/10)
    Recording Method: Progressive Shutter System; Frame REC
    Image Sizes: 16:9 (2016 x 1134); 4:3 (2016 x 1512; 1600 x 1200; 640 x 480)
    Compression: JPEG
    DCF Compatible (Memory Stick® media)
    Exif2.2
    PictBridge™ Compatible
    Date/Time
    Continuous File Number REC
    Image Delete (One/All/Date)
    Burst REC: Normal (2016 x 1512: max3 / 1600 x 1200: max4 / VGA: max21); Auto Exposure Bracketing (3 Images)
    Review
    Playback Zoom: x.1.1-5 (Touch Panel + Zoom Lever)
    Slideshow (Touch Panel)
    Image Protect (One/Date)

    DISC TOOLS
    Format
    Erase All Data (Full Format)

    HDD DROP PROTECTION
    Shock Absorber
    3G Sensor
    Video Stream Buffering
    Drop Detection Sensor ON/OFF (Setup)

    HARD DISK DRIVE
    Capacity: 30G11
    Size: 45.72mm (1.8”)

    FLASH LIGHT
    Flash Modes: Auto, Forced, Prohibited (Button; with Menu, Anti-Red Eye On/Anti-Red Eye Off)
    Red Eye Reduction (Setup)
    Flash Level (High, Normal, Low)
    Recommended Distance (in “STILL” Position): 0.3 – 2.7m

    SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
    AC-L200 AC Adapter
    NP-FP60 Rechargeable Battery Pack
    RMT-835 Remote Commander®
    AV Cable
    Lithium Clock (Installed)
    CR2025 Lithium Battery
    ImageMixer for HDD Camcorder (CD-ROM)
    USB Cable

    REMARKS
    1 The factory setting is "Off". "MOVIE" position only.
    2 "MOVIE" position only.
    3 In 16:9 mode, the focal length figures are actual resulting from wide angle pixel read-out.
    4 "Sports Lesson" invalid in "STILL" position.
    5 Not available in "STILL" position.
    6 Backlight brightness will automatically be set to "Bright" when connected to the AC adapter.
    7 LCD will be turned on/off in accordance with LCD open/close.
    8 Backlight brightness will automatically be set to "Bright" when connected to the AC adapter.
    9 Including a battery and a disc.
    10 Not available in "STILL" position. Options with * are available during playback.
    11. When measuring media capacity, 1GB equals 1 billion bytes (1MB = 1 million bytes), a portion of which is used for data management.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilog B
    Loading the dishwasher at brembo's house means bringing the fiancee a sixpack home.

  18. #38
    Senior Member loop2kil's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2000
    Location
    Atlanta, GA
    Posts
    5,230
    Olympus C-5060
    Not too bad...good on auto and full manual, expandable flash and lenses as well

    http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/c5060.html

    # 5.1-Megapixel CCD for images up to 2592 x 1944
    # Olympus 4x Wide Angle Zoom lens with 27 - 110mm equivalent coverage
    # Stylish and rugged black magnesium alloy body
    # JPEG, TIFF and RAW image formats
    # Fully adjustable 1.8-inch color LCD tilts 180° and rotates 230°
    # 3.0 frames/second burst in RAW or JPEG to 4 frames
    # 1.4 frames/second burst in HQ up to 10 frames
    # Auto Exposure Bracketing, 1/3 EV, 2/3 EV and 1 EV, 3 or 5 images
    # iESP multi-pattern AF with Spot AF, Selective Spot AF, Full time AF and Manual focus (with gauge and LCD enlarged view) modes.
    # Macro focus and Super Macro focus down to one inch!
    # Digital iESP multi-pattern, Spot and Multi-point Spot metering modes.
    # Program AE, Shutter-priority, Aperture-priority or full Manual
    # Shutter speeds from 16 secs to 1/4000 sec in Manual mode.
    # Noise Reduction minimizes background noise so you get high-quality images even in low-light situations
    # Sharpness, Contrast and Saturation is adjustable +/- 5 steps
    # Sepia mode, black & white mode, blackboard mode or whiteboard mode
    # ISO sensitivity: 80, 100, 200, 400 or AUTO
    # White balance: 8 presets (4 fluorescent) and one-touch custom
    # Built-in flash with Auto, Fill, Red-eye reduction and Slow-sync modes
    # 640x480, 320x240 QuickTime movies w/audio at 15 fps
    # Multiple media options: xD-Picture Card and CompactFlash Type I or II including IBM Microdrives
    # TTL hot shoe for Olympus external flash
    # Storage Class USB connectivity insures quick and simple image downloads to Windows XP, Me, 2000 or Mac OS 8.6+ computers
    # High-capacity Li-ion battery and charger included
    # PictBridge, Exif Print and Epson PRINT Image Matching II compatible
    Last edited by loop2kil; 03-03-07 at 08:03 PM.

  19. #39
    Domesticated Primate Bastid's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Location
    Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
    Posts
    8,021
    Fuji FinePix V10


    FinePix V10 Data & Spec Sheets
    CCD Sensor 1/2.5-inch Super CCD HR
    Real Photo Technology Yes

    Number of Effective Pixels
    5.1 Million Pixels
    Number of Recorded Pixels Still image: 2592 x 1944 (5M)/2736 x 1824 (3:2) 2048 X 1536 (3M)/1600 X 1200 (2M)/640 X 480 (0.3M)
    Movie Recording: 640 x 480 pixels (30 frames/sec), 320 x 240 pixels (30 frames/sec)
    Image Processing Type Fujifilm Real Image Processor - (RP Processor)
    File formats Still image: DCF-compliant (Compressed Exif Ver 2.2 JPEG), *Design rule for Camera File system compliant/DPOF-compatible. Movie: AVI (Motion JPEG), Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
    Recording Capacity with xD-Picture Card (16MB) Still images Movie
    5MP(F) 5MP(N) 3:2 3MP 0.3MP
    640x480 320x240

    6 12 12 19 122
    13 Sec. 26 Sec.

    Lens Fujinon 3.4x optical zoom lens F2.8 - F5.5
    Lens Focal Length (Rated) / (35mm Equiv.) f=6.3mm - 21.6mm, Equivalent to 38-130mm on a 35mm camera
    Aperture Range Wide Angle: F2.8/F7.0, -2EV to +2EV in 1/3 EV increments
    Optical Zoom 3.4x
    Digital Zoom 5.7x
    Lens Adapters Available N/A
    Focus - Auto / Manual / Macro Auto/Macro
    Focus Range Normal: Approx. 2.0 ft. to Infinity
    Macro - Closeup: Wide Angle: Approx. 3.5 in. to 2.6 ft.
    Telephoto: Approx.1.3 ft. to 2.6 ft.
    Focusing Operation AF System: TTL contrast type
    AF frame selection: AF (Center), AF (Multi)
    Exposure Control Program AE
    Light Metering (Photometery) TTL 256-zones metering
    Color Control Modes Standard, Chrome (Vivid), B&W
    Sensitivity Auto / ISO Range equivalent to 64/100/200/400/800/1600
    Shutter Release Control Press half way to set focus, all the way to release the shutter.
    Shutter Speed 4 sec. to 1/2000 sec. (exposure mode dependant)
    White balance Automatic, Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light)
    Flash Mode Auto, Red-eye Reduction, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro, Red-eye Reduction + Slow Synchro
    Effective Range (ISO Auto) 1.0 - 14.4 ft (Wide), 2.0 - 7.5 ft (Tele), 1.0 ft - 2.6 ft (Macro)
    LCD monitor 3.0-inch, Aspect ratio 4:3, 230,000 pixels, low-temperature polysilicon TFT, color LCD monitor, approx. 100% coverage
    LCD Low Light Viewability Gain-up Brightness Mode Auto, Manual
    Camera Terminals USB 2.0, 5 volt power-input socket, Video-out (NTSC/PAL)
    Printing Interface PictBridge, DPOF, and EXIF Print Compatible
    Power source Rechargeable NP-40 Li-ion Battery, AC Power Adapter AC-5VW (included), additional NP-40 Li-ion battery and AC-5VX AC Adapter available (optional)
    Pictures / Battery Charge (CIPA Standard) Battery NP-40: approx. 170 frames
    Camera Dimensions (W x H x D) 3.3" W x 2.5" H x 0.9" D
    Weight - Camera Mass (not including accessories, batteries & xD Card) Approx. 5.5 oz.
    Weight for Photography (including batteries & xD) Approx. 6.2 oz.
    Start-up Speed Approx. 1.5 sec.
    Shutter Lag Time 1/100 sec (with auto focus/exposure locked)
    Shooting modes Auto, Preprogrammed Scene Position (SP), Manual, Macro, Movie, Burst/Continuous
    Preprogrammed Scene Modes (SP) Natural Light, Natural Light & With Flash, Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night
    Continuous Shooting Modes 1.Top-3 (max.2 frames/sec., up to 3 frames)
    2. Final-3 (max. 2 frames/sec., up to 3 frames)
    3. Long-period (max. 0.8 frames/sec., up to 40 frames)
    Image Management Modes High Speed Shooting, Best Framing, Post shot Assist Window, Frame Number Memory
    Movie Recording 640 x 480 pixels (30 frames/sec.), 320 x 240 pixels (30 frames/sec.) w/ Monaural sound. Zoom cannot be used during movie recording.
    Audio Recording Mode Yes
    Video Out NTSC/PAL-type
    Playback Trimming, Image Rotate, Automatic Playback, Multi-Frame Playback, Sort by Date, Voice Memo, Game Function
    Memory Type xD-Picture Card
    Other Features Self-timer: approx 2/10 sec., World Time, 7 language menu interface, Exif Print, Discharge rechargeable batteries, Tripod socket, FinePix Photo Mode (F-button)
    Optional Accessories AC Power Adapter: AC-5VX
    xD-Picture Card (256MB to 1GB)
    PCMCIA PC Card Adapter DPC-AD
    Compact Flash™ Card Adapter DPC-CF
    Image Memory Card Reader DPC-R1
    NP-40 Li-ion Battery
    Battery charger BC-65
    Every normal man must be tempted at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.
    I often wonder if the voices in my head ever get frustrated because I'm just too damn lazy to climb that clock tower.
    Click image to enlarge
    click image to view full version

  20. #40
    Senior Member nightowl's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2000
    Location
    ottawa, canada (ROCKS)
    Posts
    7,403
    got a nikon D40X with the 18 to 55mm lens. Takes great shots at 10.1mega pixels!
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilog B
    Loading the dishwasher at brembo's house means bringing the fiancee a sixpack home.

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •