Thursday, January 20, 2011

Question for you......

I have now killed about the gazillionth camera. SO I am going to have to purchase another. I do not understand camera websites and have been stalking them all tonight. So before I go to town tomorrow do any of you have a good recommendation for a good point and shoot?

4 comments:

Maria Elkins said...

How are you killing your cameras? My sweet daughter dropped hers in a stream while taking pictures. I bought her a water-resistant, shock resistant camera. It can be dropped from 5 ft high onto concrete and not be damaged. Do a Google search -- there are lots of options available. She had it until she lost it a couple months ago. Guess I'll need to find one with a tracking device next!

Jan said...

I kept going thru cameras because I wasn't happy with them... not really breaking.. but I would see higher pixel blah blah blah, but the Nikon Cool Pix I bought like 2 years ago now I have been EXTREMELY happy with and haven't even desired to shop... and it's small enough to fit in coat or purse pocket.... costco was a good deal at the time....

taylorsoutback said...

Good morning Becca - you will probably get a gazillion suggestions...do you have a Sam's Club in your area? Ours has a nice range of camera styles and prices all lined up to examine. Best Buy also does the same thing. Our son, a professional photographer has always favored Canon products and the 2 camera he has given me are both Canon. I am using a Canon Power Shot G9 right now - it is a couple of years old...like computers, obsolete as soon as you walk out the door. I agree with the others - compact and fitting into a purse is key. Happy Hunting!

501 Quilt Blocks said...

Hi! I just purchased my 2nd Sony Cyber-shot camera this summer - Model DSC-350. My other one was 5 years old and still works but this new one is small enough to carry in my purse, point-and-click and takes such good pictures that I almost never use photo editing to make them look better. And the price was right. Good luck in your search.