Pls Recommend Compact With Following Wish-List


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kayheem

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I am looking for a compact digicam with the following capabilities and I hope you guys can help recommend me one:

1) About 6-8 mega pixels (do not need more)
2) About 4-6X (or more) optical zoom, starting at 28mm preferrably.
3) High ISO capability like the Finepix F30
4) Some image-stabilizing capability like Canon IS (other than bumping up the ISO)
5) Face-recognition technology
6) Swivelling LCD if possible
7) Hot shoe for ext flash if possible
8) Quick startup and shutter response time

Anyone has any recommendations?
 

kayheem

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OK, the swivel screen is good to have but not critical. More important are:

1) Good high ISO capability like F30
2) Face recognition technology
3) Image Stabilizing capability
4) About 4-6X optical zoom
5) Quick shutter response

The other 3 are good to have but not essential. Any recommendations?
 

match80

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I am looking for a compact digicam with the following capabilities and I hope you guys can help recommend me one:

1) About 6-8 mega pixels (do not need more)
2) About 4-6X (or more) optical zoom, starting at 28mm preferrably.
3) High ISO capability like the Finepix F30
4) Some image-stabilizing capability like Canon IS (other than bumping up the ISO)
5) Face-recognition technology
6) Swivelling LCD if possible
7) Hot shoe for ext flash if possible
8) Quick startup and shutter response time

Anyone has any recommendations?
Wat abt FZ7/FZ30?
 

kayheem

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Wat abt FZ7/FZ30?
I have read the reviews on both these cams. The specs are pretty impressive, but their image quality is not so hot :(
Both have poor performance with high ISO.

I am not familiar with all the brands out there, so I am open to recommendations of other brands e.g. Sony, Kodak, Minolta etc.
 

michhy

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if you could live without IS:
the Fuji S6500 fits the bill perfectly
 

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