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    Default Recommend Me A Prosumer Dc Please

    Hi all,

    please recommend me a PROSUMER DC.

    Budget MAX $1000

    Looking at Nikon, Fuji...

    thank you your time

    PL

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    Talking CP 4500

    Hi,

    Either Nikon CP4500...approx. $890+ or Fuji S602Z....$950?

    Why you never consider Canon? G3 is ok...maybe $1050??


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    Default Re: CP 4500

    Originally posted by NorthernLights
    Hi,

    Either Nikon CP4500...approx. $890+ or Fuji S602Z....$950?

    Why you never consider Canon? G3 is ok...maybe $1050??

    Canon G3 like dun seem to be able to "expand" any more lenses liddat

    but may consider oso lar

    i like the S602z, seems alot of features even though MP abit the low

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    Default Re: Re: CP 4500

    Originally posted by plsoong


    Canon G3 like dun seem to be able to "expand" any more lenses liddat

    but may consider oso lar

    i like the S602z, seems alot of features even though MP abit the low
    You can attach additional lenses to the G3.

    Btw, the 602z is able to resolve as much details as a 4 mp camera.

    Check out www.dpreview.com for the details.

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    Hi,

    Some clarification, S602Z and G3 does not support additional lens like the SLRs. I believe what imaginary_number meant is that you can attach Wide Angle and Tele Converters to the camera. Both cameras allows filters to be attached using a lens adapter.

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    Sony just launched the new Sony DSC-V1 - 5 mp, 4x zoom prosumer digicam.

    See dpreview for news on it.

    Looks good. Price and features to compete with digicams like the Canon G3, Oly C5050, etc.

    Last edited by dbchoong; 25th February 2003 at 11:56 PM.

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    G3 cannot expand more lens? Why not? Get a lens adapter and mount a TC / WC on top of it, and add filters, which is not a bad deal for that price..

    I think you're talking about those more "pro" DSLR cams like D100 or EOS 1D which you can mount "EXPANSION LENSES"?

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