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    koonzyawn
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    Hi to ALL ...

    anyone using this cam selling at sim lim around $200+?
    How can it take photos in the darl w/o bulit in flash?
    Hows is the quality?

    THANKS!
    =)

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    At $200+. i rather get the fuji one...

    seen my sample picture in my review of this cam vs Intel one??

    http://www.reviewmakers.com/showdoc.php?review=6

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    Thanks for reply...

    I am tinking of getting a 2nd one at $150
    but duno hows the nite shot cos it got no flash.

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    Originally posted by koonzyawn
    Thanks for reply...

    I am tinking of getting a 2nd one at $150
    but duno hows the nite shot cos it got no flash.
    if u want to do serious night shot, you will have to look for those above $1000 cos they have faster lens and allows longer shutter speed.

    dun believe the promotor at sim lim that this camera got special feature that allows u to take photo at low light conditions....they are pretty good at bulls*** cos i have tested them before..hehe

    anyway, even if the camera have flash, it also cannot help much to take night scenery. if u taking picture of pple at night, it may help, cos the distance is near.

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    if it takes good pix then u'r the Amazing Cam User....
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    Moderator at work here....

    I have deleted koonzyawn's other thread of the same subject so that all the discussions can be consolidated in a single thread. There was no replies to that thread when I deleted it.

    Thanks!

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