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12 February 2009

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Just read this article in the New York Times. It's great to see someone make a connection between ease of use and camera performance when reviewing cameras. This is also an example where the argument can't really be made that the user will just figure it out and ease of use won't have an effect over time. Just think how many times we've all handed our cameras over to a friend/stranger to take a group photo only to realize later that it was completely botched? Yes, usability is still important...

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Congrats on being published in the NYT!

My biggest concern when getting a camera is that it takes a normal memory format (SDHC these days) rather then propitiatory ones (so that eliminated sony right off the bat, and I have never being a fan of internal memory)

Also taking a standard miniUSB cable is a feature that makes great ease of use since everyone has several, whereas the propitiatory cables are always left behind - that's also a great case against the internal memory since you cant pull it out and put it in another device if the cameras flat or you have left the cable.

and turn on to shoot delay - that's horrible on some cameras - I used a friends one in the past that was at least 5 seconds from turn on just to let it do its little beeping tune on turn on before it even started to think about doing anything, whereas my old canon A460 is good to go in about 2.

The one thing I hate about my canon is that it has no option for mass storage mode, so I dont get a drive letter with the photos on it when I connect it to a computer

I want a camera where I can actually see what I'm taking a picture of in bright sunlight. Do any of these qualify?

I think only SLR digital camera able to let you taking picture of in bright sunlight.

Just read this article in the New York Times. It's great to see someone make a connection between ease of use and camera performance when reviewing cameras.

I have nice camera in my mobilephone, but i always like to take snaps from my digital camera. It's very light weight and easy to use. Best among all autofocus.

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Hi,
Very useful information for future generation. Thanks for sharing such an informative post. Keep posting

Digital cameras have come a lonnng way. I used to have one that attached to my computer by serial connection and it would take forever and a day to download my pictures :) Plus, they were grainy regardless of the size.. and I spent 5x more for it then my latest cam...

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In today's New York Times, Telstar Logistics Fleet Management Officer Todd Lappin takes eight pocket-friendly point-and-shoot cameras for a test drive... so you don't have to.

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