The newer camera has more bells and whistles, improved manual controls, and a much faster lens.I really haven’t had much time to mess with it yet due to a problem with the DSL modem that I spent way too much time on yesterday. I have taken a few pictures, some with manual settings and a last one this morning with it set to automatic everything – the real point and shoot option. Available light from an open door in the rear and some light from a ceiling fixture:Homer sure looks like he is being a good kitty, waiting patiently for breakfast to be served. Actually, he was being a good kitty, it has been a long slog but he rarely jumps up onto the table these days.
I took this one last night, stuck my head out of the door with the camera set at its widest aperture and zoomed in some, not sure if it was max zoom but I think not. Only light was from a porch light just above the scene:
So, first impression: Nice little camera – I’m looking forward to packing it with me to the farmer’s market next year. I’m not going to try to give a substantive review because I’m just not qualified but there are reviews out there from people who are: Here’s one, and a quick search turns up another. Here is the Amazon link – there are a ton of reviews there.