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Thread: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

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    Default Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    Hi,
    I have heard and read so much about the power of low light shooting on the Fuji F11. Has anyone done a comparison between the Oly Mju 800/810 and F11 as it was suppose to have a function that allows low light shooting? How is the noise levels at ISO 1600? I am more inclined to get the F11 (after having E20, C2100, C4040 and C250....) for natural light shooting but hope someone here can tell me to reconsider the Olys.....

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    I suggest you wait for IT show 9 March in Suntec. From dpreview I saw all the new Olympus digicam come with bright capture technology.

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    Default Re: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    Correction,Its only the mju series.

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    Default Re: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    there a thread sometime ago at dpreview the between the f10 and mju800 with the f10 emerging the winner of high iso performance
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    Default Re: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    Some discussion of the new mju-810, yes 810 is here:
    http://www.mytikas.org/portal/viewtopic.php?t=109

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    Default Re: Oly Mju 800/810 Versus Fuji F11

    Thanks for the input guys. Guess might as well wait until march to see the new range of Oly cameras that has high ISO and ability to take low light situations with less grain. But must admit that the F11's pretty good in its class as of now....
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