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Kodak 13 30.23%
Nikon 5 11.63%
Fuji 3 6.98%
Cannon 13 30.23%
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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-29-2007, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by kp91
We're on our second Digital, a Canon Powershot A520. Awesome camera, has some cool features, but VERY easy to use. I think it is almost "dummy" proof. For under $200 bucks, I don't think anything comes close.

Our old digital (still in use) is a Kodak easyshare 4330. My wife had good luck with it, but I have some trouble getting decent pictures.

At work we use the older powershot 510 (the reason I bought the 520), an Olympus, and the old Mavica workhorse. All 3 are surprisingly rugged with the amount of abuse they take, but the canon wins my vote as favorite.

Megapixels aren't everything, anything over 4 is really pointless unless you are printing posters. I'd be more concerned with the Optical zoom. A 3x optical zoom is pretty standard, and gives great pictures. Cameras from "camera" companies tend to have better optics in my opinion.
I too agree on Canon... great cameras..
I've had a Powershot A310 for some time now... really like it... more powerful than I need... got it on sale, I think for around $140.

I would buy another Canon when & if I ever need a new one!

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I use a Canon Digital Rebel XT and a Canon Powershot S410. Both great cameras!
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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-05-2007, 10:35 PM
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I use Nikon D70s and a D200, but for a point and shoot, I'd buy Canon all the way (just don't tell any of my Nikon friends!)
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I have a Nikon Coolpix L1 and love it... Simplicity is paramount to me on that kind of stuff. It was bad about eating batteries until I got the right kind for it...
It "likes" Metal Hydride rechargables. For routiine photography, it suits my needs.

Thinking outside the box? What box?
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We use at home the new DX7440 with 4-megapixel resolution, a SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON 4X optical zoom lens (33 - 132 mm ) it's new
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My specified camera is actually a 2Mbit Blackberry that my work owns.....just way cheaper for me to do it that way so I do......

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