My first topic , some pics I've taken with my phone

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Hello all Ozzu's members, my nickname is Silver and this is my first topic here on ozzu.com .
I want to show you some pics that I made with my N70 phone :

PIGEONS :
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CAT :
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WINTER :
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Rate my photos, my skills and some feedback , I won't worry about negative feedack, I will blame the phone :lol:
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The first pigeon, first cat and last winter pic are by far the best pictures of their respective sets.

I wish my phone had a good camera :(
It has a shutter lag of roughly 2 seconds and then takes a what seems like a 1/15 picture!
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well.. I have more pictures in those sets but these were my favorites :D

What phone do you have ? My N70 had lag too , when it was brand new, but after some hundreds of shots , it was better :D

I want to buy a camera , not a professional one, alteast something mid-end .
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For a camera phone i don't think they are that bad. Pretty impressive quality actually.
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I agree - they look like a decent P&S camera.
As far as my phone goes, I've got a Samsung A920.

How much are you looking to spend on a camera? If you plan on developing your skills over time you should probably invest in an SLR - even a cheapie.
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Oh, and it totally should be a Canon. :D
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Yeah, very impressive for a phone camera. I really like the first cat :wink:
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I was thinking at a Sony Cybershot ... something cheap like S730 ... what are you using guys?
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I've just recently purchased a Canon EOS 40D. You're looking at about $1300 USD or 850GBP (like i paid).
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Although you'll get your usage out of a point and shoot, you'll lose the upgradability of an SLR; if you are serious about photography as a hobby and have it fully blossom, you're best investing in something you can utilize later down the road. If you choose to splurge a bit more (even an extra $200 pounds over the S730) you'll have an entry level SLR with which you can learn and grow with.

Over time instead of purchasing a new camera you can simply pick up a new lens to further diversify the types of photos you can take.
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Hmm what about Canon Powershot A560 ... it's cheap and has some good features ...
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I am using N 72 cell phone with music player and with 2.0 Mega Pixel camera alongwith 28X zoom.

I have paid $200 for the same.

is it worth or not ?
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If you go with a point and shoot, hands down the best is the Powershot G9. If you can't afford that, look at the previous model - the G7. This gives you some of the features of the higher end cameras without overwhelming you with a huge jump. It's also great for macro shots.
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Ishii wrote:
If you go with a point and shoot, hands down the best is the Powershot G9. If you can't afford that, look at the previous model - the G7. This gives you some of the features of the higher end cameras without overwhelming you with a huge jump. It's also great for macro shots.

both of them are quite expensive :cry:
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Check out the G5 - it's a bit less of a camera than the G7, but it has RAW file output :)
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Silver wrote:
both of them are quite expensive :cry:


What's your budget? Might help us guide you to the best camera in your price range. The G5 looks really nice even though it's a couple revisions out of date now.
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hmm .. my budget isn't so big .. little under 300$ .
I was thinking at Canon A550 or A560 or Sony DSC S730 ... recommend me something .
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I wish my phone took pictures like this!
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I'm looking at the Canon Powershot A560

It's Specs are GOOD .. Plus .. The Price is Effective

Gonna Buy it

Thx,
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Hey, Silver I thought you sold the cat?!

Must be the owner( orang Utan ) sold her back to you.

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