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Canon and Panasonic: updated models
On Fri, 28 May 2010 09:52:40 +0100, "David J Taylor"
"SMS" wrote in message
The reality is that it at low ISO settings the FZ-35/FZ-38 produces
acceptable results, and it has many highly desirable features.
But it is neither the best quality ZLR in terms of noise or image
quality, nor is it anywhere close to quality of a D-SLR.
Yes, many small-sensor cameras can produce adequate photos under good
lighting conditions, but many do not work well at higher ISO settings
(e.g. ISO 3200) and few have the wide-aperture lenses (e.g. f/1.8)
available to DSLRs. With the DSLR can can buy whatever lens quality you
wish to afford, with the ZLR you are stuck with what's provided.
Your needs, your money, your choice.
Hmm.... buy 15 different P&S cameras, or for the same price buy worthwhile
glass for a DSLR that doesn't provide any greater resolution, better CA
correction, nor image quality .... decisions decisions ...
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