Awesome photos, Lloyd! Were they all taken using the IXUS 700? What did you use for lighting? - I find it hard to believe that you were using just the camera's own built in flash!Anything from the canon ixus range is small enough as a pocket digital camera. It's not so great in the UK as there's not enough light (so it's all macro work, then again all my shots were inside wrecks).
Gives you just enough control without being complicated. If you get into the photography bit you can always get something most suitable (again a canon though ).
I have the ixus 700 which is a 7MPixel camera, there's newer versions now though. It's solidly built and takes a fair old bashing (always used on drunken nights out :embarassed: ).
I've uploaded some photos so you can take a look at the results of using the camera - Flickr: Photos from Lloydwatkin
That's nice of you to say Yes all on internal flash, and some editing in photoshop, no more than levels and some colour correction (not too much as manually set white balance on camera, usually using sand below).Awesome photos, Lloyd! Were they all taken using the IXUS 700? What did you use for lighting? - I find it hard to believe that you were using just the camera's own built in flash!
I get the ikmpression that the F30fd is a technically more advanced camera than the F40fd despite what the model numbers may suggest! If you're buying a Fuji, the F31fd is the model to go for...totally agree excllant pics lloyd, i am after a fuji f30-31 or 40fd for trip to sharm in july, cant decide wich to get its always give and take, no one camera does everything.
I assume you mean XD rather than SD cards as the F31fd won't do SD cards either! To be honest, it's Fuji's stubborn commitment to XD that has turned me off their cameras - if the F31fd supported SD, I'd have bought one in a flash! As it is, I went for a Canon IXUS 75 instead which I use with an Inon fish eye lens... lovely!hi bardo i agree but the bonus of f40 is it takes both types of memory cards and my laptop wont do sd cards