Well my favorite little camera got stolen from my vehicle at my lovely auto dealership Canon G10…gone and sitting right next to it a 500 buck pair of Binoculars that they did not take

06 Jan 2014 admin In G+ Posts Tags: , , ,

Comments: 27

  1. Rachel Houghton 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Been thinking about a Nikon Coolpix A.

  2. Rachel Houghton 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    And that sucks they stole your camera! 🙁

  3. Mike Thompson 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    That sucks.

  4. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Yeh well I am not done with that little issue quite yet.. This is the same dealer that I have over my career brought over 2 million in warranty work too.. All for police fleet jobs I have had…

    Oops.. but its almost impossible to prove and sadly most dealerships have the you leave it you lost it clause in the work order and thus the employees know this as I used to work at an auto dealer also and many seemed to think it was ok to take stuff out of vehicles..

  5. Terrell Woods 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    I lreally like my old g15. Decent prices now since there's the upgraded g16 available now

  6. Kevin Gault 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Just pick up a used one on Amazon. I just checked they go for $225 – 350.

  7. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Wait they are up to a g16 now +Terrell Woods

  8. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    I am not into used and I think I really might want wifi possibly… When I figure out if it will help me… If not I might just stick to my phone and save the money… +Kevin Gault

  9. Warren Searle 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Nikon1 UW version

  10. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    You have one? +Warren Searle

  11. I'm really enjoying my Panasonic Lumix GX7. Actually it's +Doug Kaye who's been testing cameras… I just ask him a bunch of questions about them :). http://www.thisweekinphoto.com/gear/

  12. Kevin Gault 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Check out the Sony NEX line. The newest models have built in connections now. Plus there are conversion adapters for DLSR lenses.

  13. Warren Searle 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Not yet +Brent Burzycki but i have been eyeballing one here at one of the photodealerships, 90foot UW and interchangable lenses (Not UW ofc) and its small and compact. I really want one for my carry around but i already have the go pro and want to get one of those phantom aerial units so its a bit of a toss up atm. I still would llike one of those Nikon 1's in my bag though.

  14. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Thanks….. Ok +Frederick Van Johnson let's ask that +Doug Kaye 🙂

  15. Terrell Woods 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki Yea. The real HUGE diff in the G16 is WiFi connectivity and the new processor….but whew the price!

  16. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Bummer… Is it over 600

  17. Tim Barber 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    I just bought a used Canon S110, you may want to take a peek at thoses?

  18. Terrell Woods 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    I love that S110 +Tim Barber Actually my fave stealthy camera

  19. I like my Panasonic DMC-SZ9. Its only fault seems to be how long it takes to turn off. I want to take it out snap a picture and put it away. But I end up having to wait for a few seconds before the lens retracts. Maybe it's not a huge problem.

  20. Oh we're talking about expensive cameras.

  21. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    +Nathan Lunde-Berry well in a manner of speaking – 300-600 bucks is about what the G10 went for…. everything is more expensive now but I have found not always better..

  22. Tim Barber 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    +Terrell Woods Had been looking at S90, then S95, S100 until I settled on S110. Exactly what I was looking for! GREAT camera!

  23. Gavin Beckford 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    What about that Sony RX100 II ?
    The Canon S110 and 120 are viable options too.

  24. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    +Gavin Beckford I like the RX100 but.. Lots of negative reviews about moisture damage… I wonder if that's a real issue… It probably will not be for me.. I will say the Canon G10 was built really well a d could take a lot of abuse…

  25. Olav de With 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    I should go for an large censored camera good luck with making your choice 🙂

  26. I think it's important to make a decision, buy the camera, and start shooting. Too much feedback and "analysis paralysis" can be stifling. Speaking from personal experience.

  27. Stuart Ponder 6 Jan 2014 Reply

    Very sad to hear about the theft. Will insurance cover it? As for replacements, I hear good things about Sony's A7 and A7r but I have not personally tried them.

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