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    Smile Good camera / photography forum?

    Hi
    We have a Noel Leeming voucher for a (mid range) Point and Shoot camera. Can you recommend a good forum where we can get good advice?

    My other half had bad experience with fake reviews so we want to be careful this time! (We favour Canon or Panasonic brands. Good battery life, good DETAILED images, that kind of thing. We don't want millions of features!)
    Thanks.

    PS We already know about cameras on mobile phones.

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    Default Re: Good camera / photography forum?

    I have had an EOS80D (Crop sensor Ef-s format) for 18 months now and love it. The 18-135mm STM lens is worth the extra over the 18-55mm for both sharpness and range. Coupled with the 10-16mm STM which is a particularly sharp kit lens they cover a pretty fair range. If you can run to it, the 55-250 STM lens is a real beauty. Bit of an overlap between 55 & 135 though, but 3 very lenses. Thems my thoughts

    Ken

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    Default Re: Good camera / photography forum?

    DP Review has one of the better forums around.

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    Default Re: Good camera / photography forum?

    Point and shoot is fast disappearing.
    But the Nikon P900 looks great with a very long zoom
    The Canon M50 is the top seller in Japan
    So what colour is your Adkaf?
    Have you joined Proud to Be Kiwi yet?

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