You want smaller, but you want a bigger screen. This is a misnomer.
I have used Sony for 11 years and still use every Sony I purchased but have three other cameras that are trash and didn’t last a year.
Small cameras require special batteries.
Buy a smaller camera that still uses standard AA batteries. You can only get so small.
There’s got to be a way to shut off the automatic shutdown feature on any Sony.
Small cameras and massive zoom is also a misnomer.
Suggestion, get bigger pockets! I use a safari vest to carry all my test equipment for my inspections along with my camera and recording devices.
I have an older 6 or 7 years, Olympus Camedia D380 — 2 mp used it in my remodeling buisness before converting to an honest job.
Had a canon that lasted 6 mo’s.
I would like to find one that can take a good wide angle shot for interiors, any ideas?
Macro, forgot about that. Could have used it yesterday. Water heater in a closet 12" from wall. Stuck my head in, too close, everything blurry. I suffer from CSS (can’t see ****). With macro I could have stuck in camera and got it.
I replaced my FUJI with a cheap HP 4.0 works great, has all the goodies needed, only cost a $100, holds 502 Pictures on a 1Gig. If you droped and broke it it wasnt a fortune, use’s 2 AA rechargeables for about 60 pictures worth then change to another set of batteries and the pictures look great.
I have an olympus with “special” rechargeable batteries…went to batteries plus and bought two more so I will never have to worry about the battery dying before I’m done taking pictures. Works like a champ…better than buying a new camera with disposable (expensive) batteries.
I take photographs in a medium resolution (you don’t need real high resolution to blow them up on a computer screen), but I want to be able to zoom in with higher resolution. When you send photographs by e-mail, select to send them smaller and they will automatically be compressed down to about 45 K for e-mail use.
Open your picture folder-choose the photographs you want to send by highlighting them-right click- send to e-mail recipient-a window pop up allows “send smaller picture”-send.