Low End Cameras?


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binbeto

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Originally posted by ckiang
Hi,

Helping a friend gather some info. Besides the highly popular Canon A40, which are the other sub S$400 digicams around?

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CK
if getting 2nd hand, A20 is not bad.. just dun have manual. I am using it.. The price drop is very sad to know. :p
 

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Originally posted by ckiang


Looking for new lar. He doing some market research. ;p

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CK
with a tight budget like $400, think left with not much choice. A40 is not bad. You need to consider the price of CF and a cheapo dry box too.
 

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Originally posted by binbeto


with a tight budget like $400, think left with not much choice. A40 is not bad. You need to consider the price of CF and a cheapo dry box too.
Market research purposes, so just bare camera with whatever's bundled. ;p He just want to find out what's out there in that $400 range.

Anyone? Fuji? Samsung?

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if he wants to get into photography, a40 is a good buy because of its manual functions. for just simple point and shoot coolpix 2000 is not bad.
 

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Originally posted by thoa_rs
if he wants to get into photography, a40 is a good buy because of its manual functions. for just simple point and shoot coolpix 2000 is not bad.
Originally posted by ckiang


Market research purposes
I think doesn't matters...for research purposes only wat

Ckiang > may be u can refer to

http://www.reviewmakers.com/showdoc.php?article=14

http://www.reviewmakers.com/showdoc.php?article=15

I have put up the prices for digital cameras from various brands...price didn't change much over these few months
 

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Originally posted by denizenx


all low end ones are optical what
Wow, once again you demostrate an incredible lack of knowledge.

And the rest of you, read what CK posted, IT'S FOR MARKETING RESEARCH.

Let's see, any particular citeria that must be met? Do those 2-in-1/3-in-1 cameras count? :p

I can think of the Fuji A202, Fuji A203, and Canon A200. The rest have already been mentioned.
 

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#12
Originally posted by YSLee


Wow, once again you demostrate an incredible lack of knowledge.

And the rest of you, read what CK posted, IT'S FOR MARKETING RESEARCH.

Let's see, any particular citeria that must be met? Do those 2-in-1/3-in-1 cameras count? :p

I can think of the Fuji A202, Fuji A203, and Canon A200. The rest have already been mentioned.
erm... no optical? like which?:(
those listed here have what.
 

#13
Originally posted by YSLee


Wow, once again you demostrate an incredible lack of knowledge.

And the rest of you, read what CK posted, IT'S FOR MARKETING RESEARCH.

Let's see, any particular citeria that must be met? Do those 2-in-1/3-in-1 cameras count? :p

I can think of the Fuji A202, Fuji A203, and Canon A200. The rest have already been mentioned.
Yes, count those all-in-1 craps as well. :)

Regards
CK
 

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Originally posted by Wai




I think doesn't matters...for research purposes only wat

Ckiang > may be u can refer to

http://www.reviewmakers.com/showdoc.php?article=14

http://www.reviewmakers.com/showdoc.php?article=15

I have put up the prices for digital cameras from various brands...price didn't change much over these few months
Thanks, but that's the Sitex show report, didn't see any prices leh. ;p

Regards
CK
 

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