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Panasonic FZ50, Canon S5 IS or Sony DSC-H9?
The best choice?.

Can you give me your opinions of each camera..

Thanks...

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IMHO the:Leica lens,larger sensor,more powerful flash,zoom & focus rings,build quality& non-extending lens designmake the FZ50 a clear choice.Joel Orlinsky.

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Comment #1

And Raw Mode, less fringing problems, precise zoom control..

Joel Orlinsky wrote:.

IMHO the:Leica lens,larger sensor,more powerful flash,zoom & focus rings,build quality& non-extending lens designmake the FZ50 a clear choice.Joel Orlinsky.

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If you don't care too much about a hot shoe then the Panasonic FZ18 is another viable option. I'm also looking for a Super Zoom and the Sony looks to be the worst out of the bunch listed. Looks like Panny has the edge over the Canon but Canon's name recognition propels it to the top. I'm personally going with the Panny but you should try both out and see what suits you best...

Comment #3

If you don't mind the higher weight and larger size, the FZ50 is better. It is in a class above the others..

The S5 captures better video, though..

You should get a chance to handle them, because weight and size may be more important than you think. You can carry the S5 comfortably in a belt bag and handle it easily with one hand. The FZ50 needs it's own camera bag and requires two hands...

Comment #4

Rjodra wrote:.

..You should get a chance to handle them, because weight and size maybe more important than you think. You can carry the S5 comfortably ina belt bag and handle it easily with one hand. The FZ50 needs it's owncamera bag and requires two hands..

I routinely carry the FZ50 with a TCON-17 attached in a top loading (holster type) belt pack with no trouble at all. My last outing that way was a 3-1/2 mile walk. I am 66 years old with a bad back, so the OP is probably in at least as good condition as I am..

As to two hands, you are probably right. However, with any camera, at all but the fastest shutter speeds, one handed shooting doesn't yield the best IQ. I would hardly select a camera because I might occasionally be able to take a shot one handed.Joel Orlinsky.

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