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Tue Oct 20 20:04:29 EDT 2009
I don't know what you're hoping to spend, but my wife has had a Canon
G9 for a year+ and I've had a G10 for 6 months or so. Both are
exellent when it comes to features, build quality, and most
importantly image quality. Being a point and shoot I'm sure it will be
probably be used as a point and shoot and I have nothing but praise
for both the G9/G10 in this regard. Good exposure accuracy including
with flash, little to no recognizable shutter lag.
She had the Pentax (can't remember model, high-end, higher-priced
black & chrome retro looking). The Canon G's far out perform it.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 5:34 PM, Jens <pdml at planfoto.dk> wrote:
> I'd like to buy my whife af Megazoom camera. I like the Pentax X70, but that doesn't get too good reviews. What do you think?
> What is the better choise (not SLR's), please?
> Treat others as you would like to be treated yourself.
> On Oct 15, 2009 23:55 "Boros Attila" <a.boros at atlastelecom.ro> wrote:
>> Hello Jens,
>> Friday, October 16, 2009, 12:29:27 AM, you wrote:
>> J> Is manual focus the only choise when shooting a film sequence?
>> J> I can't seem to find the answer in the K-7 MANUAL.
>> J> Thanks in advanace
>> J> Regards
>> J> Jens
>> Look at page 164:
>> "While recording a movie, the autofocus system does not operate."
>> However you can press the AF button _before_ starting the movie.
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