Looking to buy a camera ?

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  1. flipper321's Avatar

    flipper321 said:

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    Start here...

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  2. 4me2's Avatar

    4me2 said:

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    Yes great site that one ill stick it.

    feel free to add links to this sticky guys.
     
  3. flumperino's Avatar

    flumperino said:

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    this site gives very good, in depth reviews for loads of different cameras
     
  4. flipper321's Avatar

    flipper321 said:

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    Ok, a bit of useful software next... some of you may have noticed that the standard print size is 6" x 4" (3:2) and yet digicams take photos at 4:3 (although some cameras now have 3:2 formats).

    well if you take your 4:3 photo in to get printed, you either get a white border or your photo gets cropped by the processing company. If this happens you don't know what's going to get cropped, so do ther cropping yourself with this [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    It allows you to crop to any aspect you want and also lets you lnow when your cropping too much away to affect quality.
     
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    pete252 said:

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    Thanks Flipper looks like a 'must have'. I didn't know about the automatic cropping of images but it is obvious now you mention it.

    Pete
     
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    BertRoot said:

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    Very handy indeed.

    Nice post. Thanks.

     
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    Dept Moon said:

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] is the only way to go!
     
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    slartibartfast said:

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    Here's a useful tool. Input what features you're looking for, move the sliders around to indicate how important those features are, and it will (eventually) produce a list of suitable candidates.

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    Once you've got your list, compare the images from the cameras side by side.

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    And a few more review sites.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - also has a handy best UK price feature.
     
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    ck24 said:

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    Thanks for the sites people!