Canon power shot.
Canon power shot.
I have 3 different ones - all compact and lightweight as I don't want to be weighed down by cameras nor do I want to risk damaging an expensive DSLR type camera:
iPhone- always on me but the pictures always turn out darker than it actually was.
Sony Cybershot- a decent quality point-and-shoot that also takes video.
But recently I began carrying an RCA EZ3000 video cam. It's less weight and thinner in profile than the Sony Cybershot and takes video in 1080P. I tend to use it to take video and then later pull stills out of the video that are just stunning. Here's a recent one I took on a snowmobiling trip from last weekend using this unit - this shot was originally in a video, I snipped it out. It's by far my favorite user camera right now.
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My bush camera is an iphone 4s with a lifeproof case http://www.lifeproof.com/ and GoPro mount. Not bad pictures for a camera phone, it is submersible and does 1080 video. The GoPro mount allows many mounting options.
When I plan on taking quite a few pictures it's the Canon T1i 15 Megapixel.
Most of the time it's my cell phone Samsung epic since I always have it with me 5 Mega pixel.
And for video I always carry my Sony handy cam HDR-XR150 only a 3.1 mega pixel camera but a nice HD video.
I use a Nikon D-70 DSLR. Its getting old but so am I. In walks around the woods or long hikes I take a Canon Power Shot A720.
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Recently picked up a Nikon Coolpix AW-100.
Water resistant, shock resistant and a built in world map and GPS. So far so good...takes great pictures, lots of features if you're into photography or just put it on auto and point and shoot.
Picked it up at Costco for a few bucks less then anywhere i could find on-line. Plus came with an upgraded charger, a case and 4GB memory card.
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After a couple of years of using cameras for work, I now use a Nikon D2X which is also a dinosaur as far as technology is concerned.
I either take my Cannon Powershot A640 or my iPhone. However I have been eyeing the Nikon Coolpix AW100. It is water proof with a GPS built in so it geotags your photos. The macro feature of this camera is fantastic. From what I have seen it makes some pretty good images for a camera of it's class and size.
Canon G10 for me.