Cheap Point n' Shoot

Discussion in 'No Words' started by Sanford, Sep 29, 2020.

  1. Olympus TG-820. A great camera

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    Olympus Stylus Infinity Epic Zoom 80 (or something like that) in panorama mode - with date stamp ! ;)
     
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  3. R&R Hotel 2a.jpg
    I shot this about 70 years ago with a really cheap P&S, in Japan near Yokosuka.
     
  4. Long-wall coal mine, shot with Olympus FinePix S5700
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  5. Tony Parsons

    Tony Parsons Norfolk and Good


    Re-post

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    Kodak 126 Instamatic - Easter 1969
     
  6. . . The typical soft edge focus of the simple meniscus lens on the ubiquitous Kodak Hawkeye. Just right for an antique portraiture look.
    [​IMG]. . 1957-7. dam ma+Ju by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg# 1957-7, Kodak Hawkeye, Meniscus lens. 1957
     
  7. Bill Snell

    Bill Snell Bill Snell

  8. marionette2.jpg
    Canon PowerShot ... late nineties
     
  9. Twilight Flight 700.jpg When I go to shoot birds, I have my longest lens on my DSLR, so I keep a point n shoot in my pocket. Canon 780is
     
  10. Canon A620 Dec 2006

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  11. Taken with a Fujifilm A330 and a selection of other point and shoots in attendance. This was 2005 it would be phones in the main now.
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  12. Fuji MX1700, 1.3 MP camera, 2005 Triumph jag tuxedo.jpg
     

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