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  1. I know in light of the whole Canon thing this...

    I know in light of the whole Canon thing this would be rather weird, but given that you're pretty much reviewed every entry-level ELPH, are there any plans for an SD1200 review?



    I have to...
  2. I do hope they stop snubbing you. Every time I'm...

    I do hope they stop snubbing you. Every time I'm looking at cameras that on your to-be-reviewed list, I always wait for your reviews before I decide which to purchase. I usually end up choosing...
  3. The Nikon S710 and Canon SD990 (you know, the...

    The Nikon S710 and Canon SD990 (you know, the ultracompacts with PSAM modes).
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    Any Canon will be great. Especially since there...

    Any Canon will be great. Especially since there would then be no learning curve for the interface.
  5. The 880 also uses DIGIC4.

    The 880 also uses DIGIC4.
  6. If you can still find an A590, go for it. But the...

    If you can still find an A590, go for it. But the cheapest camera I can think of off the top of my head that's part of Canon's current lineup with manual controls is the SX110.
  7. The 1100 and the 770 don't, but the wheel is...

    The 1100 and the 770 don't, but the wheel is mainly used for changing shooting mode (and possibly for scrolling through pictures). It's used to change shutter speed in the 990, as well. The 880 and...
  8. Well, the only thing handling and trying them out...

    Well, the only thing handling and trying them out will do is eliminate models based on size and weight. The user interface across all the SD cameras are pretty much the same.
  9. I don't suggest Nikon PnS cameras. I'm not a...

    I don't suggest Nikon PnS cameras.

    I'm not a fan of Sony touchscreens.

    Just get the SD1100. Most college students buy it (at least, at my college). Clearly it's great for college students.
  10. Lag is a minimal issue on Canon, Sony, and...

    Lag is a minimal issue on Canon, Sony, and Panasonic PnS cameras.

    Sony, Canon, and Panasonic all use optical image stabilization.
  11. Well, where I work (college bookstore), the Canon...

    Well, where I work (college bookstore), the Canon SD1100 is the volume seller.

    As far as touch-screen cameras, it's a love-it-or-hate-it thing. As for Nikon point-and-shoots, I had a miserable...
  12. Here's how I break it down at work (college...

    Here's how I break it down at work (college students clearly get too confused by the SD line):
    SD1100 if you're on a budget and like pretty colors
    SD770 if you like the more subdued and "classic"...
  13. Well, the camera closest to the A650's place in...

    Well, the camera closest to the A650's place in Canon's line-up would be the SX110, but it doesn't have a viewfinder.
  14. Jeff failed to note that (at the same time, Canon...

    Jeff failed to note that (at the same time, Canon did forget to mention it). DPReview does make note of that feature. But it's there. I played around with it. It's somewhat crippled compared to the...
  15. So does the Canon, actually... From my...

    So does the Canon, actually...

    From my experience with Canon and Nikon point-and-shoots, I'd say I prefer Canons for their interface. Otherwise it's a pretty even toss-up.
  16. If you're willing to spend $500 on your first...

    If you're willing to spend $500 on your first camera, you may as well go for a D40, I'd say.
  17. Neither, but at least the Canon has a full manual...

    Neither, but at least the Canon has a full manual mode.
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    Well, from what I've been reading, it seems that...

    Well, from what I've been reading, it seems that in terms of specific tasks Nikons are better suited for landscapes, so I guess I'm going that direction for sure. Just gotta pick the body now...
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    Ok, so in the end, after thinking more, I still...

    Ok, so in the end, after thinking more, I still come back to my original main issue: what kind of pictures is Canon's system better for, and what kind of pictures is Nikon's system better for? People...
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    In the case of the D90, yes. In...

    In the case of the D90, yes.

    In brick-and-mortar Costcos here in the US, though, they used to have D60 kits (now they have D90 kits, although some might still have the D60 one) that has the 18-55...
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    Yeah, that line is part of what's making it hard...

    Yeah, that line is part of what's making it hard for me to decide. I'm sure the D60 is fine for my needs, but even just touching the D90 made me fall in love with it. It's just the cost that I'm...
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    Ok, so I've pretty much narrowed it down to the...

    Ok, so I've pretty much narrowed it down to the D60 and the D90. When I went to try out cameras, I liked the D90's feel a lot more, and my inner gadget geek likes it more, too, but is it worth the...
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    I have thought about the whole image...

    I have thought about the whole image stabilization thing, but it isn't THAT much of big deal IMO. People got by without image stabilization in the past, I'm sure it's not going to be too big of an...
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    Okay, so I've done some thinking and looking...

    Okay, so I've done some thinking and looking around (and trying some cameras out in my hand), and I've refined my list. I'm now looking at the G10, XSi, D60, or D90 (even though the kit goes over how...
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    I thought about the SX110, but I've gotten too...

    I thought about the SX110, but I've gotten too used to the convenience of a wide-angle lens that, as far as PnS cameras go, I'd be willing to sacrifice size for it.
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