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    Hi ppl...have any of your tried the Canon ixus 100IS?

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    Check out Panasonic TZ series, u wont regret.

    For Canon, it is slower, especially flash recycle time. There is one website even said " if u want to slow down shot-to-shot, get a Canon"

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    Panasonic got some decent wide angle (24, 28mm) iirc. Should fine
    Canon, the A series is quite ok. The price is less then $400 too.
    iXUS more stylish, more 'compact' comare to A series.

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    Canon G10 is good!
    also allows your photography skill to extend alittle.

    I am so sick of those point shoot sleeky camera... get a G10, will not regret
    Canon G10...Simple nothing else
    www.BethpapaSG.com

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    FujiFilm F200
    NICE
    Waddling among the ice.

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    Hmm... seem like no people recommend the Panasonic LX3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    Hmm... seem like no people recommend the Panasonic LX3?
    I know at least two panasonic models is good in price and spec, just that I do not study alot about this brand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shen siung View Post
    I know at least two panasonic models is good in price and spec, just that I do not study alot about this brand...
    I know three... and I own two of them now...

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    Well, TS started with the Panasonic FS15, so I was guessing that maybe the LX-3 won't fit his bill... But it is a fine camera, nonetheless!

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