31 July 2008

Digital Camera Recommendations

Help me out please, fellow bloggers. I need to buy a digital camera but have no idea of brand. Any recommendations? Pros & cons?



Christine said...

I can't say which is better, but I have always gotten my parents Kodak because the program that comes with it is easy to use.

But from my own experience, don't buy something that is on sale/clearance (like on sale because they don't make it anymore) because my camera was on sale and then it broke - TWICE- and since they don't make it anymore it was such a pain to get fixed. Especially since it broke the first time I tried to use it!

If you go in and explain what you're looking for, they'll let you know.

BlossomingTree said...

Thanks for the tip Christine.

An Observer Of Souls said...

Give Frank a call at Crown Camera or email him. http://www.crowncamerashop.com/

He is really good about finding out what you need, what options will best fit your needs and then find you the best deal.

He's a sweetie and has lots of answers. I think they have an 800#.

I have a little casio, love it! Small but has a large viewing window, real easy to operate.

BlossomingTree said...

Great! Thanks for the lead.

Diana Elaine said...

Hi Blossom,

I have a Olympus, and I love it. It's really easy to use and didn't cost that much ... I forgot how much, since I bought it a couple years ago.

Before this one, I had a FugiFilm, and that was very inexpensive and a really easy and great camera. HTH

I have a contest going on at my blog, if you'd like to drop in and take a guess. :-)


Fabiana Fusco - creazione gioielli said...

A canon powershot, very comfortable to hold, a good macro and great assistance, I have 2 of that type and can't live without them! Hope to be usefull!

BlossomingTree said...

Thanks Diana & Fabiana. I'll look into both of those as well.