cam recommend a cam with $350 budget or lesser?


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Under 350.

She is using for traveling to document her overseas exchange.

She is not a photo guru and doesnt know iso aperture etcc.

Thanks
 

rhino123

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Under 350.

She is using for traveling to document her overseas exchange.

She is not a photo guru and doesnt know iso aperture etcc.

Thanks
Second hand RX100 mkI, should do the trick.
 

lewissac

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you current HP camera works best for those. :)
 

kandinsky

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Unless she has a very old cellphone, I agree with lewissac. Already comes with built-in wifi, internet connectivity, apps for editing and seamless upload, etc.

If really keen on a separate PNS camera, suggest bringing the person down to a store and trying everything within the budget, to see if there's anything they really like. For casual users, the look and feel will matter just as much as features/specs (which will be more or less similar across the board anyway).
 

sin77

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Samsung k zoom. It is a real camera phone with 10x optical zoom.

Sign line around less than 400. Then sell the free Samsung tab 3 for 100.
 

Nikonzen

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She could buy a cheap P&S that is easy to use and save $250 for when she is overseas. Depending upon where she is going she might want to wait until she arrives there.
 

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keithwee

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I think the current Canon or Sony PnS models do fall within $350. Will look at them as a start.
 

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For kids, you have to be a little cautious, as she may not like what you pick, and most have got peculiar taste, and she may not want to use it.

Anyway, played with a few Canon Ixus 2xx before, Stylish, compact, ease of use and pretty good images, cannot be too wrong with those.
 

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