Backup camera for my D80


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akira

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Looking for a backup camera for my D80. Considering a small camera like the P5000 or Sony T100. I've looked at some images from a T10 and found them to be quite grainy/ noisy
:sweat: Will the T100 be any better? The last non-DSLR camera that I used before (H5) seemed to be much better (but the size is a bit too big for a backup camera).
 

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If the choice is between both mentioned lens, get the Sony. With Carl Zeiss, you can't go very wrong. My backup cam are both Sonyies, a F707 and the compact W5. VERY happy with both of them!;)
 

Ah Ben

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IMO, f31fd is still the best one in the market
 

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go with the p5000.
am getting one as backup.

sony, well exp and imo, hopeless.
f31d, good cam and good colors.
p500, cheap and imo hybrid dslr/pns, results and handling close enough to a dslr.
 

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Looking for a backup camera for my D80. Considering a small camera like the P5000 or Sony T100. I've looked at some images from a T10 and found them to be quite grainy/ noisy
:sweat: Will the T100 be any better? The last non-DSLR camera that I used before (H5) seemed to be much better (but the size is a bit too big for a backup camera).

Must it be a point and shoot?

Why not something like a D40X for size and D70 for price?

At least ur assured of image quality and lens can be reused.
 

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