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I think that falls in the middle of the orange here:joe bartels wrote:iPhone interchangeable lenses
Why doesn't that surprise me? I think the GPS and Wifi on these Cameras are just Gimmicks....New2hyk wrote:So far, the wifi is ridiculously slow and I can't even connect to my iphone. Ipad connects sometimes but not always.
It takes awhile to get to know a New Camera...I wasn't very impressed with the P510 at first either, but Time and a few In-Camera Adjustments were all I needed and I've been pretty happy considering the LImitations of a Point and Shoot.... ;)New2hyk wrote:Photos are so so..
I've got an Olympus TG-2 and other than only a 4x zoom I am very happy with it. I'm quite impressed with underwater filming, especially how well it picks up the sound.Paintninaz wrote:Are there any recommendations for a waterproof camera?
I agree the GPS is a bit slow but as long as I didn't forget and leave the GPS logging on between hikes, I didn't have issues with the battery charge... I'd easily get 200 photos and a number of videos over an 8-10 hour hike on one charge.Paintninaz wrote:I have a Canon Powershot SX260HS that I'm happy enough with for dry conditions, though I find the GPS to take way too long to work and drains the battery way too fast, so I don't bother.
Sold. My camera is held together by duct tape right now. :/Timknorr wrote:I love the Canon G15, it is a powershot so very compact and versatile. It has amazing image quality and setting controls. Its basically a DSL without the lens capability. It even shoots video in Hi-def and slow motion. Great Camera.