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planning on buying a digital camera

Discussion in 'Digital photography' started by mmalyszko, May 3, 2005.

  1. mmalyszko

    mmalyszko Regular member

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    im either gonna get a Sony Cyber Shot(any kind is good) or a Olympus D-545 camera. My question is which one has a better picture, shutter speed(what is shutter speed by the way), im looking for something in a range of 3.0MP to 4.0MP, also i'd love suggestions cause im willing to spend at most $200 on a digital camera
     
  2. juliusjrd

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    Try Sony Cybershot DSC P41
     
  3. squizluke

    squizluke Regular member

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    I recently bought a Fujifilm Finepix S3500. I'm not sure what currency you are using but it is around $350-$400 in Ausutralia.it seems to be the best value for the features it has.
     
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    get a sony with 4 megapxels. hits the sweet spot in your wallet with the features you're gonna use.
     
  5. DeSma

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    I agree i was testing one out in wal-mart last week. but u may want a camara that has a Rechargeable battery. about $300.00/
    'good luck' finding the one u like.
     
  6. kinza

    kinza Regular member

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    i have a sony p72, came with rechargables, AND A CHARGER!!
     
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    I have a Kodak EasyShare DX7440 Digital Camera (4Mp, 4x Optical) , for £129.99, its always a bit cheaper in the USA probably about $200. Pictures are great and comes with great features, Rechargable battery and charger included! Got a 512mb SD card and now shooting 300 (I think) 4 MP pics at a time!
     
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    I have the Sony Mavica CD350, and I love it!!! It writes directly to mini CD-R/RW (200 MB), rechargeable battery, records full motion and stereo sound, 3.2 megapixel, and you can also snap stills with a 5 second sound bite!!! I have taken over 5000 photos and I am still using the original CD-RW that came with the camera.

    It is SO versatile!!! Wal-Mart has them at a decent price.


    http://www.nextag.com/serv/main/buyer/OutPDir.jsp?search=mavica+cd+350&node=0&x=48&y=8
     
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    I have a Sony DSC-P200 with 7.2 Mp resolution and I really disappointed from it ~500$ spent with other accessories. Need to soot several for one good pictures. Imagine this : a firmly camera on a tripod in the same ambient and light will give you different pictures on every shoot within a few seconds . Some will be very dark others very brights and some will be good and a big problem is also the 'motion' effect over a standing object often. I had seen new Canon models doing a very good job.
     

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