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    Hello,i am curious about which camera perform the best in taking portrait.Is it the lx3 or canon g10,which is the 'king of compact'.Or is the superzoom camera?Can anyone recommend me a model?and why the model being ur choice.Thanks very much

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    Some one use LX3 for studio shoot which i find very solid see thread below
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=458486
    Last edited by tanandrew; 27th January 2009 at 11:22 AM.
    Nikon D300|50mm|Sigma 24-70mm|Sony CX7|LX3|Multiply /Foto

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    thats is really good!any more example.I cant get enough

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    no one recommen for g series?coz i rmb i watched a clip on youtube.some one actually showing how to use g7 to take professional portrait with a big canon flash.So i think it shouldnt be too bad for portrait.

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    hello,this camera looks good to me.but where can i buy a brand new panasonic edition of this camera?

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    well, both cams have a hotshoe mount so that opens up a whole new world of possibilites for creative lighting.. the longer zoom range of the G10 would also give a more flattering telephoto perspective..

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