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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotophilic View Post
    Since u comparing abt iso usability, i think technically the 6500 will be better.

    from what i know, the S9600 has the hyperutility (some sw to convert RAW files, if u don want can give me, haha...) in the package and a faster low light focusing speed when compared to S9500.

    in terms of the noise iso issue, why not u try shooting both cams at the iso1600 at a a dark area in the shop and zoom the pics at 100 percent to see if u like them?
    why do you need the software? doesn't 6500 provide that too since it has RAW format?

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    Are we still discussing Entry level dSLR or has the topic been changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlyFlyer View Post
    Are we still discussing Entry level dSLR or has the topic been changed?
    me not moderator but i'm the TS, we shld be discussing on entry level dslr or prosumer cam that is almost dslr alike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by osmond19 View Post
    me not moderator but i'm the TS, we shld be discussing on entry level dslr or prosumer cam that is almost dslr alike...
    Your decision should be quite finalised by now, no?




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    Go go! Don't miss a moment le. Take more pictures!
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    Just got my S9600. I just keep it open for the benefit of bros n sis here whom might want to continue their discussion on entry level dslr...

    thanks for all the comments given guys!

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    No need lah, close the thread. Enjoy your camera!
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    Quote Originally Posted by osmond19 View Post
    Just got my S9600.
    Happy shooting, even if not a dSLR...

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    Whatever you choose, just make sure that you have the $$$ to buy it.



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    i think D40 is suitable for u. D40X is more expensive than D40 .If ur budget is not an issue, u should buy D80 or Canon 400D.

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    I think D40X is good wat...

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    D40 is good enuff.
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