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Old 06-04-03, 04:42 AM Thread Starter   #1
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What do you think of this camera?


I am in market for a digital camera and i have almost set my mind to get this one but would love to hear your opinion about it

http://www.benq-eu.com/Products/Digi...fm?product=308

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Old 06-04-03, 09:23 AM   #2
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Personally, my next camera will have optical zoom. Digital zooms take rather grainy pictures. Of course, if you don't use zoom, this looks pretty good otherwise.

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Personally, my next camera will have optical zoom. Digital zooms take rather grainy pictures. Of course, if you don't use zoom, this looks pretty good otherwise.
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need optical zoom, personally I can say look for a discoed Olympus C3020Z, excellent camera with 3.2 mega pixels and 3x optical, all reviews are very good , lotsa manual control something you will grow into . Good for newbie to intermediate/advanced.

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Canon.

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need optical zoom, personally I can say look for a discoed Olympus C3020Z, excellent camera with 3.2 mega pixels and 3x optical, all reviews are very good , lotsa manual control something you will grow into . Good for newbie to intermediate/advanced.

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I second the Olympus. I have a C-730UZ and I love the control and quality of pictures.

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Olympus is kind of going off my bugdet maybe i should wait for a while and for the time being go for a cheap camera (i need one for my project)

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Looks great, the unlimited video with sound will be a good feature however I prefer an analogue zoom and compact flash storage and not the Sony derived more expensive SD/MMC...
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