Cameras are a personal choice and you will get a myriad of respondents and reasons as to why you should pick their personal favorite. I choose one that was water resistant cause it keeps out water, dust and all the other kind of crap you will encounter doing home inspections in attics, crawl spaces and inclimate weather. Oh yeah, it has an internal zoom capability (not digital) so no moving parts for grit to get into.
John depending on where you live, getting a high optical zoom is probably one of the most important things you can get right now. If you’re in an area where you can’t walk a roof and want to take shots from a ladder the optical zoom will get you there. Digital zoom is crap, don’t even take it into consideration.
I guess we have to keep an eye on John’s future posts.
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I just walked in from Best Buy.
Bought the Nikon s60.
Yes the Ashton Kruchtner one.
I bought the Sony T 300 last June but found clicking ok to get to the paint feature time consuming.(10 or 15 secs) which is a long time when you are running.
This new one I can do in 5 seconds.
All of them take good pictures but how many take good notes:)
I will not even get into my thought on typing on site as I already have a netbook and carry the thing around with me for draw uploads and appointments.