My husband and I spent the better half of yesterday online at Apple's website trying to buy the phone of the
century decade year moment, the iPhone 4. No such luck. We're Mr. and Mrs. Gadget over here and Apple has seen a pretty penny of our money with our Ipad 3G, two iPhones and an iPod Touch. (The gadgets don't stop there, I have a touch screen slow cooker, LOL) I've decided to wait until I can get the iPhone in the store to purchase mine. He's going to pre-order and have his delivered.
Megan @ Twinsomnia and Katie @ Katie's Dailies)
Canon PowerShot Elph SD1100 IS
Megan @ Twinsomnia uses this camera and if you check out her blog, you will see how gorgeous her pics are - although it might be the skill of the photographer, not just the camera.
Features include: 10.1 megapixels, EOS integrated cleaning system, 2.5" LCD screen, external flash mount, SD/SDHC memory card compatible, 3 frames per second shooting and a host of other features. This one retails at the big box store for $499 and comes with the the camera, lens, camera strap, software, two cables, the battery and charger. photo credit
Katie @ Katie's Dailies uses this camera and if you check out her blog, you'll see her amazing photos there as well.
Features include: 6.1 mega pixels, 1.8" LCD screen, external flash mount, 25 custom settings and a number of other features. This camera was introduced in 2004, yet it still sells from between $1500 - $2000 new. In the box: camera, lens, strap, software, cables, lens cap, battery and charger. photo credit
While checking out the previously listed cameras, I found this little beaut.
Features includes: 15.1 megapixels, HD video capture, 3" LCD screen, 3x optical zoom, face detection, 3.4 frames per second shooting, EOS integrated cleaning system and a number of other features. I found one online from a pretty popular site for $734 that in addition to everything in the box (camera, lens, strap, eye cup, cables and software), it included some additional software -an 1.5 hour video course on using the camera, an extra battery and a shoulder carry bag. photo credit
I will be honest. When I saw these prices and knew I had the money to pay for a camera at this price, I couldn't help but think, why not get this gorgeous little shoulder carry bag for about the same price instead (LV Montorgueil PM MSRP $800). photo credit
I'm still on the hunt. Anyone else looking for the perfect camera? Any other suggestions out there for cameras? Anyone think I should just get the purse instead?? LOL (my little pink camera would fit in this just fine). I wonder if I just say the word "gullet" if I could post this on the WOW blog hop. They'd probably shove a a camera down my gullet if I did (LOL).