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    Any recommendation for camera, best for family usuage with budget of $600?

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    Any point and shoot. Go to courts, harvey norman, etc, try them out.
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    Canon s95.
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    Please go Bns Section and take a look.

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    Canon S95 the best canon point to shot for now....

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    D3100 at 599 @ courts during sales... Comes with a kit lens, 18-55

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    Any cameras can do that. You need to be more specific, what do you mean by family usage... none of us know now specialise your family is with camera. And what do you and your family normally wanted to shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjazzboy View Post
    Any recommendation for camera, best for family usuage with budget of $600?
    What means 'family usage'? Snapping your family or everybody in the family can grab and snap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjazzboy View Post
    Any recommendation for camera, best for family usuage with budget of $600?
    An alternative to DSLR would be Canon S95! It's hell of a pocket camera!

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    Olympus E-PL1 $448.. ftw..
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    thanks for all the reply, actually helping friend to ask.
    Think what she want is easy to use and don't need those prefessional camera.

    Between S95 and E-PL1, which is better in term of image quality, function and user friendly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjazzboy View Post
    thanks for all the reply, actually helping friend to ask.
    Think what she want is easy to use and don't need those prefessional camera.

    Between S95 and E-PL1, which is better in term of image quality, function and user friendly?
    Get her an S95, or a Sony Cybershot. Simple point and shoot, costs less than 600.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjazzboy
    thanks for all the reply, actually helping friend to ask.
    Think what she want is easy to use and don't need those prefessional camera.

    Between S95 and E-PL1, which is better in term of image quality, function and user friendly?
    Epl1 can buy if you're prepared for a whole lot of commitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya View Post
    Epl1 can buy if you're prepared for a whole lot of commitment.
    not really, one can stick to just the kit lens with the option of expanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya View Post
    Epl1 can buy if you're prepared for a whole lot of commitment.
    Quote Originally Posted by cichlid View Post
    not really, one can stick to just the kit lens with the option of expanding.
    there is no choosing between whether you want to expand your kit or not.

    the only option is deciding which lens/es to buy, to add on to your current gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjazzboy View Post
    thanks for all the reply, actually helping friend to ask.
    Think what she want is easy to use and don't need those prefessional camera.

    Between S95 and E-PL1, which is better in term of image quality, function and user friendly?
    E-PL1 is much better in IQ and function.. but if ur lady friends like to shoot and go.. then go for the super compact S95..
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    Quote Originally Posted by cichlid

    not really, one can stick to just the kit lens with the option of expanding.
    You say that, but then you discover various adapters to excellent lenses that you can mount on the camera.

    It's a one way road to hell bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    You say that, but then you discover various adapters to excellent lenses that you can mount on the camera.

    It's a one way road to hell bro.
    Were you poisoned? Sounds like you are experienced I that area :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Were you poisoned? Sounds like you are experienced I that area :P
    I think during her Crossing Bridge journey, she got exposed to that area and thus the poison spreads even further...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye

    Were you poisoned? Sounds like you are experienced I that area :P
    Have you tried manual lenses..? You should try!! they are AMAZING.
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