See also : Commons:Photography terms
Is the list going to gear itself toward macro images only? Consider a list for landscapes and buildings (where bracketing capabilities may be particularly important). --Bossi (talk • gallery • contrib) 21:29, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
- I don't know. I focus on Macro because I'm interested by this field, and I know all camera don't manage this issue.
- For Landscape... All camera are good enough, isn't it ? [I have NO KNOWLEDGE on camera]
- If need, feel free to had "Good quality-price Landscape cameras". 22.214.171.124 06:01, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
Your camera questions
Have you seen these:
As far as I can make out it is 12x zoom (not 18x?).
Yeah it looks good. (However,I haven't researched it in detail)
Compatible Lenses =optional teleconverters=means that I can change the lens if I have money to do so ?
- I am not sure. I wouldn't think so. Its probably a magnifying filter that you attach to your existing lens.
Lens Mount=(no data)=This means no way to change the lens, right ?
- Yes I would think so. I doubt you can change the lens on this camera.
Detecting Range=The super macro and Macro-wide seems interesting for me, what the difference ?
Zoom Wide=Zoom Tele=36-432=what that ?
n/a n/a ? what means n/a in english = not available ?
Lens Mount =no =This means no way to change the lens, right ?
--Trounce 13:20, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
Recommended camera list (2007) is far out of date
The recommended camera list is (as of October 2013) is 6 years old. In the world of digital cameras this is effectively a list of obsolete cameras not even available new. The recommendations for selection criteria are also obsolete (.
Some points in no particular order
- super zoom, and particularly digital zoom are not very useful
- software is important (for reviewing and selecting images and for cropping and adjusting contrast/brightness/color; some inexpensive software makes high quality image adjustment almost automatic)
- conditions when taking an image outweigh the equipment (being at the right place at the right time, good lighting, a good eye: the picture you do take is always better than the one you do not take)
- before buying a camera, find a friend with a camera in your price range and try to work together to take some images; then closely examine those images - decide what you do like and what you do not like about the camera - Neonorange (talk) 21:42, 15 October 2013 (UTC)