by photoxprt - 11/27/05 3:06 PM
In Reply to: Kodak 7590 by Rosaj59
I'm a pro photographer, and there are way too many digis out there to choose from!!
BUT.....my eye was caught by the Konica-Minolta. These guys have teamed up to turn out a VERY friendly camera. Fast response time on power up and simple intuitive controls. It's like my Nikon 2020, where I can have a lot of bells and whistles if I choose, but allows me to take complete control of ALL of the camera functions. I have 4 digi's....2 are the K-M, the first and most useful being the DiMage 4.0, then the Z-50; then a Fuji Finepix 2 meg and then a pvr.
I will always try to find a camera that takes SD memory, even tho I have a multi-card reader. I mean, c'mon....1 GIG SD? Who could ask for more?
The resolution of this camera (DiMage) is excellent, and I have no complaints at all on it.
Bottom line tho is this: why are you taking photos? I use a digi so as to never be without a camera.
If I'm taking fine art shots.....I will ALWAYS use film! I don't care HOW many megs you have in a cmos; you will NEVER get the fine resolution you get and need from film.
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