Digital camera with least shutter lag, optical viewfinder and 35/105 equivalent lens

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by R., Mar 30, 2005.

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    R. Guest

    Am buying my 1st digital camera with a budget of approx $500 Cdn. I have a
    Canon Rebel film SLR and love it - looking for equivalent, minus the
    removeable lens as long as I can get a 35/105 equivalent. As old habits die
    hard, I'm looking for one where I have the option of a "through the lens"
    style viewfinder. I'm also looking for the lowest possible shutter speed
    lag, as I like taking action shots. Small form factor would also be nice,
    which is why I'm trying to avoid the interchangeable lenses.

    Any suggestions?

    TIA - R.
    R., Mar 30, 2005
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    Ron Hunter Guest

    Check the Kodak DX7590. Much nicer lens.
    Ron Hunter, Mar 30, 2005
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    Ron Recer Guest

    Check out the Canon G6, although it may be a little over you budget. You
    might also check out the following:

    It gives a short list (with features) of what they consider the best digital
    cameras as well as a list of cameras to avoid and why.

    Ron Recer, Mar 31, 2005
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    Matt Ion Guest

    Why not look at a Digital Rebel? It's a bit over your budget, but
    considering the "kit" version with the 18-55mm lens goes for under
    CDN$1000 now, and the body-only package can be had for around
    $800-$850... less if you can find it used, or find a store that's
    unloading them because the new RebelXT is out, it may be worth scraping
    together a few extra pennies.

    You'll find it looks and feels very much like your film Rebel, basic
    functions work the same (shutter, aperture, focus point selection,
    etc.), and you can use your existing Rebel's lens(es) and any other
    accessories with it as well (flash, filters, etc.). If you bought the
    kit version of the film Rebel with the 28-80mm or 28-90mm lens, that
    lens will give the equivalent view/magnification to a 40-120mm or
    40-135mm when used on the digital camera.
    Matt Ion, Mar 31, 2005
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    David J Taylor, Mar 31, 2005
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