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Cameras

Discussion in 'Personal' started by tina86, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. Can anyone recommend a good digital camera that is easy to use but with good functions?
    I am torn between getting a Sony because of the sweeping panorama mode, however have just read some poor reviews about it, or getting a Canon which doesn't do this but has more favourable reviews.
    My budget is roughly £100
    Thanks
     
  2. I have always had Sony cameras since my first digital ... never had a problem

    My daughter has a nice Cannon that is great



    *realises the uselessness of her comments and hides*
     
  3. Thanks for the reply, now you understand the dilemma I am in!!
    As I said in the shop I would like a camera with panoramic mode the man was all for selling me the Sony, but everyone I speak to suggests Canon as a good brand and that photo quality is high.
    I hate making decisions, especially when the last one I bought (Olympus) was so bad.

     
  4. I bought this one, a Fujifilm F80 about a month ago. it's an upgrade of the F30 I had previously.
    Easy to use, fantastic features including an excellent low light option, good zoom, and good battery life.
    I absolutely love it. I was already a fan of Fujifilm but this is way way better than I had expected.


     
  5. I've had a Fujifilm finepix for a couple of years. My model is discontinued but the newer ones get good reviews. It's fine as a 'point and shoot' but has some great functions and a decent zoom. This model is similar to mine:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujifilm-FinePix-Digital-Camera-Optical/dp/B00342UTPC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1304178149&sr=1-1
    The downside is that it's larger than a compact digital camera so needs a case as well.
     
  6. Mangleworzle

    Mangleworzle Star commenter

    You need to decide how you'll use it first. For £100 you can get a very slim easy to carry and always-with-you camera but the trade-off is that the pictures won't be as good as one that is larger with a better lens and bigger sensor.
    Lumix have a good reputation and are a good balance of features.
     

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