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    Default slim camera to recommend

    any good ones to recommend?
    i'm lookin at the Ixus65/800 currently.. what other selections are there...

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    Default Re: slim camera to recommend

    look at my avatar.

    Casio Exlim S-600

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    Sony T7.... my fav but no $$$ to buy..

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    hows the quality for casio... manual function wise?

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    Fuji F11 or F30!

    I'm quite stuck on the high ISO thing, so that's my only 2 choices (except maybe a cheap F10?) for ultra-compacts... or compacts... It's compact enough. Innit? =)
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    ya.. fuji seems gd..

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    Quote Originally Posted by currahee
    hows the quality for casio... manual function wise?
    no manual function. but have a lot of modes to pics at diff settings. the movie function is very good.

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    Fuji FInepix F11 or the F30

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    Panasonic FX 9

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    Casio Exilim S600. Slim enought to fit into tight jeans for clubbing nights.. :P

    My camera of choice, if bringing a DSLR is out of d question.

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    pasonic fx9 slim enough mah? or consider bulky liao?

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    How about the Sony T9?

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    Go for Sony any of the T series like T7 n T9...

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    qhats ur opinion on e ex-z70?

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    Casio Exilim EX-S600 Fujifilm FinePix F30 Zoom Canon PowerShot SD600 Canon PowerShot SD700 IS

    Getting a gift. Considering all the above. Can't seem to decide on which one

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_oasis
    Casio Exilim EX-S600 Fujifilm FinePix F30 Zoom Canon PowerShot SD600 Canon PowerShot SD700 IS

    Getting a gift. Considering all the above. Can't seem to decide on which one
    F30 for me. very impressed by the iso noise performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExplorerZ
    F30 for me. very impressed by the iso noise performance
    comparing size how? canon and casio quite slim

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    After trying out, I still suggest Fuji F30 over other slim cameras...users will testify

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin
    Go for Sony any of the T series like T7 n T9...
    T10 is out already...

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