In all those accessories, why not get the S3 IS? For all that matters, why not look into getting a DSLR? All those things really add up. If you intend to invest that much in a camera that is already dated you have to remember everything in the digital camera market is lost in the competitive frenzy. Consider rethinking your stratagy.
I'm upgrading my camera from a Canon S45 to a Canon S2 IS. I'm an intermediate user, but haven't used different lenses. However, I would like to get more involved in this aspect, but not to the point as to be too advanced.
I'm looking to purchase a Canon PowerShot S2 IS and wanted to know what is the conversion lens adapter and a clear UV filter, that I'm hearing about using to eliminate the lens cap consistently falling off and do you carry this accessory?
I'm also interested in to know if I need the Lens Hood Adapter Set LAH-DC20 or Wide Converter WC-DC58A or Tele Converter TC-DC58B?
I see there is a Canon battery and charger kit for this camera, CBK4-200. Is this the best to buy or are there better choices?
Which is the best and/or fastest charger for the Nimh Batteries that this camera needs? Do they all come with car charging capabilities? If not, which do?
What about the Lens Adapter Tube by Raynox, is this something I need as well?
Finally, I heard about a 52mm lens adapter from Lensmate. Are you familiar with this item? Would it be beneficial?
Sorry about all of the questions, but any suggestions would be appreciated.