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bill33

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Hi, anyone can recommend a pns suitable for a lady with a budget around $400/=

Thanks alot~!!!
 

sORe-EyEz

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eh, other then price? :rolleyes:

there has to be other requirements on the cam otherwise recommendations will be a general list. not forgetting selected models going on discount that may fit the budget.

:)
 

Galdor

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I think someone had started a thread similar to yours recently and with the same budget too. Perhaps you may want to do a search.
 

Rashkae

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I think someone had started a thread similar to yours recently and with the same budget too. Perhaps you may want to do a search.
Several such threads, actually...
 

Shen siung

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OK, what is the brand you looking for?

Sony got a few quite stylish PnS suitable for lady, some even got decent wide angle, but long time I never update myself the price.

For Canon, the IXUS series also good, but only the IXUS 80 or so (forgot) is within 400...
 

jfoo

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or have a look at fuji. decent compact features.
 

Reportage

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what will you be using for??? if like in swimming pool like that then may want to consider waterproof cameras.

for general usage i recommend looking for wide angle cameras.

for nights, fujifilm and sony is pretty okay.
 

jfoo

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also another point to look at, all digital compact cameras perform well when there's plenty of light.
 

Shen siung

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Hmm, probably I got confuse by TS about "suitable for lady"...
is it 'stylish' has to take into consideration? Or more like very user friendly?
 

bill33

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sorry for my bad english :sweat:

is more of user friendly actually.

anyway, thanks for all the replies. i'll search for the older thread and take note of the brand u all mention. cheer~
 

SabaDen

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TS, no need search ... a warm welcome u to CS ya. Since u are new & finding yr way around ... I'll help u n make you comfortable & feel welcome. :)

Go take a look at FujiFilm F200EXR ... slightly abv yr budget but sure beats the lot (within budget) :)
 

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