Looking to buy a DiMAGE 7Hi. good buy?


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Spaztik

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the fact that its discontinued by minolta makes it even cheaper. ill probably pay 450-500 dollars for it. It's a very good camera indeed huh? I love so many things about it like mechanically adjustable zoom, manual focus, high-res. EVF, EVERYTHING is manually controlable, LCD screen on top of camera like in the old days, 4 different jpeg compressions, 28 mm wide angle et cetera et et cetera....

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jbma

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Power hungry.
 

lytefunk

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if you do get it at $450-500... GRAB IT!

great buy!
 

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I doubt if anyone would be willing to sell at that price. Too low for its value.
 

lytefunk

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yeah.. like i mentioned.. if u see one at that price, grab it..

although a more likely going price is $800-900...
hehe like my set..

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ileaf

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well, if i'm given a choice, probably i'll choose to invest in A1 rather. the AS thing will definitely come in handy in low-light conditions.
how much is a second hand A1?
 

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I totally agree with ileaf, especially so for the battery life too (I had it use for one charge for 300+ pictures with mix use of flash sometime).
 

GENO

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please dont give yrself headache, it take power like super fast. try the A1, much much bettter, my friend sold his 7Hi becourse of this. A1 the choice pls, i tried one and end up buying it, very sharp lens.
 

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