Taking the plunge...

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Ripley7173, Nov 10, 2003.

  1. Ripley7173

    Ripley7173 Guest

    I've been using a Sony DSC-S30 for almost 5 years now. It actually takes great
    pictures, but having to keep to a 4x6 size bothers me. I borrowed a friend's
    Cannon S-50 in August and really liked it. I even had a few pictures enlarged
    to 12x18 and they look fantastic! This was one ~>

    http://pak01.pictures.aol.com/NASApp/ygp/Login?event=DirectView&shareInfo=
    mFQYMXJcDsWaciY1KQ2MiNMxZkRmEJ7qYWzx0lUdwBM%3d&pageName=AlbumViewFromEmails

    So of course, now my dinosaur of a Sony just won't do. And the Cannon is a
    little bit out of my price range. At first I thought I'd go for the Sony
    DSC-P92 since it's less expensive, 5mp and I'm already familiar with Sony, have
    memory cards, ect. But after doing my homework, I'm leaning towards the Minolta
    Dimage G500. I like that I can use the memory cards I already have and that
    it's smaller, ect. Anything I should be aware of before finalizing my decision?
    This is for strictly amateur usage (pictures of my kids, ect) Advice is
    appreciated. TIA!
     
    Ripley7173, Nov 10, 2003
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