I'm choosing now new camera for me, and I have many doubts, especially because new Canon compact models are criticized because of too weak batteries and I have no experience with any other manufacturer.
I've asked a question about Fujifilm HS30, writing down my experience and my needs and asking if that camera would be reasonable choice for someone like me, and I've asked for clarifications of the rumours about poor picture quality (compared to concurrent companies).
This question was closed as shopping question, however, I disagree with that. I never asked if I should buy that camera or what should I buy. I asked about the parameters matching my needs and how the specific parameters are doing in real life in comparison with other companies. I think those things are quite good objectivised.
I'm aware that every site has its own culture and language, so the construction of argumentation and formulating of the questions must be very carefully adjusted for the specific needs of each site, especially if English is not my native language. Is the closing of that questions the result of misunderstanding because of formulation of the question? Can I do something with that question to made in opened and answered? Or are any questions targetting specific model condemned and there's nothing I can do to get the answer I need?