Are you ready for it? The biggest commercialization of the year is only 16 days away, and retailers desperately need your business so they can keep flying in those corporate jets. Okay, many retailers don’t do that, but news stories like that make me very unwilling to spend my hard earned money on a car this year. (Not that I could even afford it, but that’s another story altogether!)
So, what can I afford? Well, believe it or not, the significant other has asked for a camera for Christmas! That’s right – I am winning her over, she’ll become a member of the dark side soon. So, in the spirit of the Christmas lists that I started last week with cards, this week, I am suggesting one of three different price buster point and shoots. One actually is not a Canon camera! My picks for consumer P&S cameras this year are:
- The Canon G10
- The Lumix LX3
- and the Canon A590
Okay, so the G10 isn’t exactly entry level, but it’s super sweet! The blogo-sphere seems to have settled down about the in-camera processing that the Lumix does to correct for barrel distortion and chromatic abberation, so the LX3 is back in people’s good graces. The A590 also made my list primarily because of the feature set it has relative to it’s price (it comes in at just a hair over $100!)
So, when combined with the list from last week, there are now six items on my Holiday Guide! I’ll get another four added here soon to give you a full top ten, but for those keeping score, here’s what I have thus far:
- Personalized Gift Cards
- Memory Cards
- Christmas Cards (share the holiday cheer on a budget)
- Canon G10
- Lumix LX3
- Canon A590
In other photography news, I am working on the photography site some more to really get a new look in place and I’ve got a new header to set the tone. Feel free to stop over and take a gander. Then, come back and tell me what you think! I am listening in the comments, on the Twitter, and via email. Don’t forget to vote in the poll – we’re on pace to shatter the previous record!
That’s it for today – I’ll be back tomorrow with the weekly audio podcast series, so be sure to stop in for that. Until then, happy shooting!