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Hey guys , i'm soon going to get another camera. Ive seen some ppl over the internet and here at ocn with some spectacular pictures :O My question is is it only possible with these BIG camers ? Id like one i can put in my pocket. WIll every camera above 10mp give me that quality or what is it ? THanks.
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post #2 of 23
a point and shoot will always be a point and shoot. the sensor size will always be the same.

quality from these "BIG" cameras is because the sensor is a lot larger than a p&s, more details, less noise.
 
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post #3 of 23
My ZS7 is pretty awesome. All the pics here were taken with it.
Another really nice advanced compact would be the S90/95.
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Point and Shoots can range quite a bit depending on how much you want to spend.

Good photos come from good photographers though... Haha.
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You can get good photos from point and shoots, micro four thirds, and dslrs. Dependings on how much money you invest in, you can't expect a crappy $100 point and shoot to have an image quality of an entry level dslr.
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post #6 of 23
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Thx for your answers guys. Yea i know but thats why i wanna know how much i should spend on a camera (not a big one ) To get very nice pictures. Which models you recomend that come close to the big ones? around 300€ i think.
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Good photos come from good photographers though... Haha.
haha yea that too but Id like a camera where you can adjust like ' focus on the object and rest like blur ?'
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post #8 of 23
The answer is always the Canon S95 if you don't want a DSLR. You can also go to the Micro 4/3 route but it's considerably more expensive (the same as a DSLR) than a high end Point and Shoot. The other route you can go is to buy a refurbished entry level DSLR (preferably Canon because of the cheaper lenses), they are dirt cheap.
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Thx for your answers guys. Yea i know but thats why i wanna know how much i should spend on a camera (not a big one ) To get very nice pictures. Which models you recomend that come close to the big ones? around 300€ i think.
If you mean a big camera as in dslr, most entry level dslr is very small.
If you want a point and shoot for that price, I would recommend the olympus xz-1 or the canon s95.
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Yes DSLR i mean. Because i'm going to get one this week for holidays and would prefer a smaller one. But want aswel a very good qualiti you know. WOuld this one http://www.krefel.be/nl/multimedia/d...D2DDDACEB83835 Do the job ?
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