What's a good point & shoot alternative to a dSLR ?
by CBSTV - 7/12/06 10:06 AM
I recently had a baby and my current Kodak camera is just too slow to capture some of his cute moments and produces way too much red eye.
I want a good camera that has a quick shutter lag, a fast next shot delay, amazing picture quality... almost professional and is easy to use.
I'm teeter tottering on buying the Nikon D50, but I don't know if I'll have the time to learn how to properly use a dSLR. Plus, I don't know if I want a camera that is that big and will require multiple lenses.
What is a good, user friendly alternative to Nikon D50? Is there something out in the market that will produce high quality pictures (better than your typical point and shoot)? It doesn't have to be super compact, just smaller than an dSLR.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.