- Which compact camera with viewfinder for £100?
Canon seem to like optical viewfinders. You could pick up an older Ixus or a powershot within budgetPosted 4 years agowlMember
After a decent compact digital that has an optical viewfinder for around £90-£110. Needs to take a good pic and not be too complicated/fiddly for a 75-year-old if poss. Was thinking Lumix deal, but they seem to be screen-only at my budget, not with viewfinders. Any recommendations? Ta.
PS – needs to have both screen and optical viewfinder.Posted 4 years agofivespotMember
I am thinking of selling my Canon G12. Bought new last year from John Lewis for £380. Will sell for £125 because there is a dent in the magnesium body from when it fell out of my camera bag 2 weeks after buying it. (see pic) All functions work as new, it is purely cosmetic. It can be as complicated or easy as you want. Put it in auto, and it will still take superb images, or play with the huge array of options to obtain various results. There is also a tiny spec on the lens that is far too small to see in a photo, and doesn’t show itself on any images. It will come in original box with all the discs,cables, charger, booklet etc. it was supplied with. The only alteration I have made, is to the neck strap, which I cut and turned into a wrist strap (works great)
I’m sure the guys on here who have/had one of these will vouch for how good they are. And I am sure when you do a search on second hand G12’s, you will see how cheap this is.Posted 4 years agoricardo666Subscriber
I have an old canon ixus 80, it has a view finder, which is great in bright sunny conditions, when its hard to see the lcd screen.
Takes great pictures at only 8megpixels, would love a big canon 400 but scared of getting it knocked, out on a ride, plus less jelly babies to hide in the camelback.Posted 4 years ago
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