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    Default Which camera is best suited for.......

    Taking street shots...scenery shots..

    And maybe ocasional macros....

    Budget ard $800

    any recommendations?

    Maybe can recommend some add on equipment that i should get for the cam.....

    Thx in advance.

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    a40 with additional 128 cf...maybe 600 odd ?

    u may want to get the lens adapter..teleconverter...

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    Default Re: Which camera is best suited for.......

    Originally posted by Xeviouss
    Taking street shots...scenery shots..

    And maybe ocasional macros....

    Budget ard $800

    any recommendations?

    Maybe can recommend some add on equipment that i should get for the cam.....

    Thx in advance.
    Olympus C700Uz would be a good choice.
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    Xeviouss,

    Are you looking for a Digital or a Film camera?


    rOCh

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    Assuming you are looking for a FILM camera, I'd recommend the Ricoh GR-1V. Ultra compact, fast and sharp 28mm f/2.8 lens. In street photography, you want to be as discreet as possible.

    Regards
    CK

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    Thx for the replies...im having a hard time reading at home due to the slow loading...(thinks its a scv prob)

    Anyway, guys i m looking for a digital camera....

    yes, n i hope it can b as compact as possible...

    Btw can i know what exactly does a teleconverter do? (Meanwhile i try to search dpr's glossary)

    And i was looking at some cameras like CP885, and i was wondering what will i be forgoing since nikon cameras have a shorter min* shutter compared to other cameras.

    Assuming for a still object/matter, would a long shutter mean better pics?

    Sry for the many qns.....
    Last edited by Xeviouss; 22nd August 2002 at 01:48 AM.

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