? improving on a Sony707

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Robert Brown, Jun 24, 2003.

  1. Robert Brown

    Robert Brown Guest

    I am reposting this as it seems to have got a bit lost.
    I am at present using aSony F707 and getting some good pics but a one off
    chance to improve on it looks to be coming my way so am starting to look at
    whats out there which is what I did when I got the Sony.
    Sorry if the first post was a bit vague , it was meant to be open to allow
    for a wide discussion.
    Back to the Point I am looking for as high a quality image and some speed
    of recaction when trying for moving images as is reasonably available, I run
    a plant nursery for a living which means I work out side and keep a camera
    with me pretty well all the time to grab anything that takes my fancy which
    could
    be as today the froglet now emerging from the lake. a new dragon fly for the
    site, a plant in flower for a lable or even a fine sunset.
    Dont get me wrong I have loved my Sony have some great picture from it ,but
    a one off chance to may be improve on it looks like it will come my way, so
    thought to start seeing whats out there? Again TIA Robert ps. I am in UK But
    will welcome advice from where ever it comes.
    Robert Brown, Jun 24, 2003
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  2. Robert Brown

    bix Guest

    I picked up the new SONY CD500 that writes to a mini CD, it is REALLY nice!


    "Robert Brown" <> wrote in message
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    > I am reposting this as it seems to have got a bit lost.
    > I am at present using aSony F707 and getting some good pics but a one

    off
    > chance to improve on it looks to be coming my way so am starting to look

    at
    > whats out there which is what I did when I got the Sony.
    > Sorry if the first post was a bit vague , it was meant to be open to allow
    > for a wide discussion.
    > Back to the Point I am looking for as high a quality image and some

    speed
    > of recaction when trying for moving images as is reasonably available, I

    run
    > a plant nursery for a living which means I work out side and keep a camera
    > with me pretty well all the time to grab anything that takes my fancy

    which
    > could
    > be as today the froglet now emerging from the lake. a new dragon fly for

    the
    > site, a plant in flower for a lable or even a fine sunset.
    > Dont get me wrong I have loved my Sony have some great picture from it

    ,but
    > a one off chance to may be improve on it looks like it will come my way,

    so
    > thought to start seeing whats out there? Again TIA Robert ps. I am in UK

    But
    > will welcome advice from where ever it comes.
    >
    >
    bix, Jul 1, 2003
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