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    Nikon 4500.
    Canon S40/S30
    Minolta F100
    Olympus C730
    Fuji 601z

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    Olympus C730UZ + Accessories
    Fuji S602Z w/o accessories.

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    I believe the guy's budget is 1k.. let's not go over that, shall we?

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    heard that AP the S602z sold at $1100, so still around 1k, can consider!

    btw, s602 may not be so good in night (low light) shooting...

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    Originally posted by YSLee
    Nikon 4500.
    Canon S40/S30
    Minolta F100
    Olympus C730
    Fuji 601z
    May i know as Compared with Canon Powershot G2 with S40/S30? which is the best? for nite shots n etc. ? Thanks.

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    Also, among all brands in the market, which brands is the best?

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    Originally posted by Yvisg


    May i know as Compared with Canon Powershot G2 with S40/S30? which is the best? for nite shots n etc. ? Thanks.
    S30/S40 do not allow the attachment of adapter, filters etc.
    Ask yourself if you need these stuffs.

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    Originally posted by Yvisg
    Also, among all brands in the market, which brands is the best?
    Well, there is not such thing as "the best".

    Ask yourself what you want in a camera.
    Night shot? Zoom? Colours? AF speed?

    You have stated your budget: 1K
    Now you need to know what you want in a camera.

    Good and powerful.

    How good? How powerful?

    Good? S602Z has a pretty good AF speed (But suffers from low light focusing issues). Panasonic Lumix has a even faster AF speed. (And someone is selling if i am not wrong)

    Powerful? Olympus C730Uz has a 10x optical zoom. So does C700Uz (but it has a noise issue)

    Macro ability? Nikon CP 4500 does great but doesn't have a flash hot shoe.

    So you see, you need to quantify what you want in a camera. Each will always has it's pros and cons.

    Hope this helps you in some way.
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    It has to be the Olympus C4000Z or C730UZ!!!!!!

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    I agree with wolfgang. U need to tell us more abt your needs and the kind of subjects u r most likely to take. Only nite shots?

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    Also if you budget is just strictly 1k, then u better decide on a cam that costs ard $800 cos u need to get additional accessories.

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    But thinking back, since you mention you want one that takes "good" night shots (again, how good? Must have bulb mode? ) Canon G2, Fuji S602 has pretty decent night shot ability with low noise and graininess.

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    But thinking back, since you mention you want one that takes "good" night shots (again, how good? Must have bulb mode? ) Canon G2, Fuji S602 has pretty decent night shot ability with low noise and graininess.

    Dun forget u need keep some money to get a decent tripod.
    Canon G2 should be able to produce better quality with less grain at ISO 50.

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    G2's ISO 50 isn't quite ISO 50. More like ISO 100.

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    Originally posted by Yvisg
    Thanks for all ur suggestions n replies. but i prefer to buy a brand new one rather than a 2nd hand one thanks. i m stil considering cos it's not a small sum of $.

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    Originally posted by imaginary_number


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    Originally posted by chenwei
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    btw, s602 may not be so good in night (low light) shooting...
    it's of acceptable standard lah...


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    Originally posted by imaginary_number


    it's of acceptable standard lah...

    Yah.. it's pretty ok lah...

    Thats why i think the world of this camera.

    PS: Your ntu shot didn't show
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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Yah.. it's pretty ok lah...

    Thats why i think the world of this camera.

    PS: Your ntu shot didn't show
    Wow, you're fast... replied before I could correct it

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Yah.. it's pretty ok lah...

    Thats why i think the world of this camera.

    You're making me having second thoughts about selling my 602

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