[at-l] Cameras on the trail?

Mark Hudson mvhudson at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 05:20:39 CST 2011


I've been looking at the Nikon S8200 and the S9100, along with the Canon
HS230, and leaning towards the 9100. Jim Bullard pointed me at dpreview
which has been really helpful...  :-)
And yeah, spare batteries and a charger would be on the shopping list too...

skeeter


> If you're still trying to figure out which cameras to consider, I
> recommend using the Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com) web site.
>  Under "Camera", check out the Camera Feature Search.  You can indicate
> features you want and it will list all cameras that meet your
> specifications.  Plus, many cameras have been reviewed in detail there.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Mara
> Stitches, AT99
>
> Visit my Travels and Trails web site at:
> http://friends.backcountry.net/m_factor
>
>
> On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 7:53 PM, Mark Hudson <mvhudson at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I thought I had my camera choices narrowed down (10x optical zoom
>> minimum, the ability to manually focus would be nice), but it seems like
>> all my choices are limited to cameras with rechargeable batteries. It would
>> have been really nice to find some that run off AAs (since you can pick
>> them up anyplace), but they're just about extinct.
>>
>> So, I just started wondering what other people are carrying on the trail?
>> (Cameras, just cameras. No c**l phones, no I-pads...)
>>
>> Thanks!
>> skeeter
>>
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