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    Default List down your recommendations for good digicameras from $1000 to $1500!

    together with the pros and cons of the cameras. This could help prospective owners make up their decision.

    I would also post similar threads for other budgets....
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    Obvious choice is G2.
    Reason? It rivals 5mp DC above the $1500 price range. Guess no need to say more huh

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    Canon G2, Nikon Coolpix 4500.

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    S602Z. You should know the strengths and weaknesses.

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    how would you rate the Dimage 5 when compared against G2, S602Z and 4500?

    also, give more reasons!
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    hmmm.... for threads like this to work, need to have some guidelines methinks!

    So, how about a std criteria like:-
    1. Features
    2. Value for Money
    3. Ease of Use
    4. Picture Quality
    5. Accessory System

    And give a score of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best.

    Also a section where the poster can give a subjective opinion based on actual use of the camera?

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    Hi,

    Coolpix 4500 - Best value 4 megapixel camera with a swivel - infinite shooting possibilities. Unfortunately, lens is relatively slow.

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    Originally posted by Darren
    hmmm.... for threads like this to work, need to have some guidelines methinks!

    So, how about a std criteria like:-
    1. Features
    2. Value for Money
    3. Ease of Use
    4. Picture Quality
    5. Accessory System

    And give a score of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best.

    Also a section where the poster can give a subjective opinion based on actual use of the camera?
    Great suggestion!
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    Following Darren's suggestions, recommendations should come with ratings in the following categories:

    1. Features
    2. Value for Money
    3. Ease of Use
    4. Picture Quality
    5. Accessory System

    And give a score of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best.

    You could also add your (subjective) opinion based on actual use of the camera.
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