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  1. #1
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    Oct 1999
    Lafayette, La

    Got $450 to spend and looking for best digital camera to buy. OPINIONS?


  2. #2
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    Mar 1999
    Austin, TX USA (currently in Bosnia)
    What kind of pictures do you plan on taking?

    For example, which would you rather have: a camera that can take very high resolution pictures (4.2 megapixels) or would you rather have a camera with a powerful optical zoom (10x)?

    There are a lot nice cameras you can get with a $450 budget, but you're going to have to pick and choose which features are important to you. You likely aren't going to get the 'full meal deal' for $450.

    Personally, I'm thinking about getting either an Olympus C-700 or C-2100 because I'll make more use of a good 10 power zoom than the ability to take pictures at resolutions suitable for making poster prints...


  3. #3
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    Dec 1998
    California, USA
    I'm thinking about getting the Fuji FinePix 2800. 2.0 million pixels w/ 6X optical Zoom for $330

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    Oct 2000
    Wildwood, Fl USA
    $450 - I would buy an Olympus 510zooom, takes great pictures, and a new 60gb hard drive to store the pictures on.

    I have had great service form the Olympus digital cameras purchassed. Take a look at them.

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  5. #5
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    Mar 2000
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    I like Canons. I just bought a Powershot A20 and it's pretty nice.

    I'd try to find one that takes Compact Flash cards. They're realtively inexpensive and you can get them up to 512MB.

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