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    hi guys, i need to get a gd camera for my camp. but which 1 shld i get?.. mostly shooting camp event, mainly indoor, (like Mess and Auditorium. ) and some outdoor pictures.

    shld i go for canon G6 or Pro1?.. with external flash 420ex.

    hmm i m nt getting those DSLR include lens as its out of budget, somemore very few ppl know how to handle DSLR camera well.

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    Default compact digital camera

    I recommand fuji finepix S7000/ 6.3mp! very sharp pic/ rich in colour. can use as dslr or aim and shoot!

    make sure u got clearance for your camp b4 bring in!

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by yymun
    I recommand fuji finepix S7000/ 6.3mp! very sharp pic/ rich in colour. can use as dslr or aim and shoot!

    make sure u got clearance for your camp b4 bring in!

    cheers
    hmm ...
    i m helping my camp to purchase a new camera. so clearance shldnt be a problem at all... just looking for more advise.
    tks

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    Minolta A200 or Olympus C-8080.

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    Bro. Get clearance to go to the IT Show. Check out all the cameras that fit into your budget and decide which one is best based on "seat-of-the-pants" testing. I'd love to tell you to test the picture outputs of all the cameras, but that just isn't practical unless you've got a laptop where you can plug and transfer shots taken by all the cameras that you're looking at.

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    Fuji S5500 also might do the trick.the S7000 is retailing at $999 at the IT show.
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