Advantages Great picture quality, robust
Disadvantages 35mm still beats the picture quality somehow
This was a present from my parents and they have truly given me a great present. This camera has loads of features and it can take it up with a 35mm, only it is cheaper.What can this camera boast?
The flash is included in the camera and I think that is a great advantage to regular 35mm cameras that do not all have a built-in flash. It springs up on its own and reduces red eyes. The zoom between 26mm to 130mm is larger than with most point and shoot cameras. The LCD on the back really facilitates viewing the most important statistics of your camera, like the number of pictures that you have left. You can chose between three different picture sizes, normal, panoramic and HD, which is in between the two. A remote control spares you running back and forth when taking group pictures. This is the first camera I have come across that lets you change the film in mid-roll. You should also get a nice leather case when you buy your camera, so it does not get scratched.I have not yet developed that many pictures yet, but the ones I did came out very nicely indeed. If you are an amateur like me, the difference between the pictures of a 5800 and a 35mm are really, really slim. Try out taking some HD photos, their size is just perfect, because they are a little bit bigger than 4 x 6.
The value for money is great. This is a reliable camera and I am satisfied with it. It does compare well with others in the same category. Watch those websites for a good deal, because they usually knock off the price a bit.
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