20 Aug 2010

The Future New Camera...

We are looking to buy a new camera with SLR features. We've started our research but we still need more feedback. That is my photo-bloggers readers will be handy :). Many of you love taking photos and have wonderful cameras.

For instance Sonya @ Homecookingwithsonya confessed that she uses to take pretty closed up picture of butterflies on flowers is the Sony a230. The photos look so professional and neat.The internet reviews are generous.

I want to make a good purchase so the research will keep on going for a little bit more. So far I love the new Sony Nex-5, which is favoured for being the world smallest and lightest camera with DSLR lenses. I think it is great for Hubby and I because we want to take professional picture but without taking a heavy load with ourselves.But I also like Olympus E-PL1:

And also Panasonic Lumix:

There more cameras that I am day dreaming about but for now I would like to ask.

As a blogger who like to take photos or if your an enthusiastic photographer, which camera do you use? But also which camera would you like to have if money was no option?

Please share with me.


  1. Hello. Found you on Friendly Friday Follow, following from EcoModern Mom. Have a great weekend.

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  2. I am all thumbs when it comes to cameras, but I can say this....It is helpful to have something small to throw in a diaper bag, so you have it handy to shoot away those special first steps, first smile, first everything!

  3. I've been looking at DSLR cameras for a while. I'm a fan of Canon. My issue is that I currently have a Canon elph and I have NO clue how to use any of the features on it (always shoot in auto). I know it will be a waste to purchase an $800 camera that I will continue to shoot in auto. So until I learn how to use the one I have, I can't get a new one :( Good luck with your search.

  4. I am interested in how people respond to this because I need one too! Hopefully I will buy one soon and then take online photography classes to learn how to work it! I heard these were good classes but I haven't tried it myself..
    I know it seems ridiculous to pay even more mula after buying an expensive camera but Ms. Understood has a point... its not worth it to buy an expensive camera without the know how of how to work it

  5. happy is learning more about it online. I love taking photos and we never spent more than $100 on camera before so this would be a treat. Plus, it will be a gift for a future move to Canada :)!

    Until then we are still looking.

  6. What a lovely blog you have :) I have a Canon 450D and I love it. Very easy to use and takes great photos.
    I cam to your blog via Life with Kaishon

  7. Oh! So exciting. Great advice about learning all the capabilities of what you have before upgrading : ).

    I started with a canon point and shoot which took absolutely lovely pictures of my baby when he was little! Next I got a canon rebel. What a great dslr to learn on! It is a bit clunky and you can't just throw it in the diaper bag, but lots of enthusiasts start their camera journey there.

    Good luck with whatever you decide!


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