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Comparing Camera Sizes


rogerfry Plus
10 543 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 7:19PM
I don't know if this has been posted before, but [link=camerasize.com/compare/]this site[/link] is a very useful tool for comparing the sizes of most available cameras.

Very handy for checking whether the camera you're thinking of of getting is bigger/smaller than the one you already have, if that's one of your considerations.

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thatmanbrian 5 342 3 Spain
6 Apr 2012 8:16PM
Interesting but seems limited to a flat 2D front view. Would be better if it offered a rotating 3D view. I always recommend handling one for real before buying anyway.
rogerfry Plus
10 543 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2012 8:55PM

Quote:Interesting but seems limited to a flat 2D front view. Would be better if it offered a rotating 3D view. I always recommend handling one for real before buying anyway.
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If you look near the top of the page on the left, there are lots of options available: you can put one camera in front of the other, get side view/top view etc.

I made the same mistake when I first saw the site, but someone pointed out the options, and it made it far more worthwhile.

I quite agree that before buying anything you need to handle it, but it may help to narrow your options.

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