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I know it's in a completely different price bracket, but I was thinking
of picking up an around town camera and read a series of positive
reviews of the Olympus E-P3 PEN...anyone here have input on this four
thirds system camera?
> Well, I bought a used A590 about 1 year ago, and it's ok, but certainly
> the noise is pretty bad above ISO 400. It does go to down to ISO 80,
> though. And, I bought it for about $77 on ebay. As the G12 is about $400,
> I would expect that it should perform at least 4 times as well as the 590.
> And, the G12 shoots RAW, which I would have loved to have on the 590. But
> for general usability, manual modes (which is why I bought it) and value,
> the 590 is very good. I heard very good things about the G10 when it came
> out; I'd be surprised if Canon made the G12 worse than the G10.
> In short, it's probably a very good camera for what you are looking for,
> as I would expect a $400 P&S to be.
> Have you read the dpreview of it? They are usually quite complete in terms
> of IQ and performance. http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/CanonG12/ >
> On Wed, March 28, 2012 9:54 am, Bob wrote:
>> While looking for info for my daughter I noticed some good prices on the
>> G12. I'm considering it as a replacement for my Powershot A590 as a
>> "have a camera with me whenever"
>> Any comments on image quality and low light focus speed?
>> Money can't buy happiness--- But somehow it's more comfortable to cry in
>> a Porsche than a Kia.