Which compact camera to get?


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sin77

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My sis ask me for opinion, but i got no idea at all.

Her requirements:
1. small & compact
2. able to shoot good video
3. no fix budget yet (shld not exceed $600 i think)
4. user frenly
 

dorts

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My sis ask me for opinion, but i got no idea at all.

Her requirements:
1. small & compact
2. able to shoot good video
3. no fix budget yet (shld not exceed $600 i think)
4. user frenly
-.-

Why don't you list some models so we can advise you better. :)
 

torak

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just answered a similar question in another thread.

For Compacts, i'll recommend the new Sony TX1 or WX1.

It has sweep panorama (the camera auto stitches a number of pictures to create a panorama shoot, so it saves u the trouble of going thru photoshop), Sony EXMOR R sensor (just FYI, ur D90 is using an older version of the EXMOR sensor. This R version is newest sensor by Sony), G lens etc...
 

Octarine

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Point 1,2 and 4 are quite unspecific and rather a personal preference. What is 'good video' to your sister? What is 'user frenly' [sic]? There are two sticky threads about compacts and prosumers, specs and reviews can be found online. Get the cam in your / her hands and try there.
 

Galdor

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just answered a similar question in another thread.

For Compacts, i'll recommend the new Sony TX1 or WX1.

It has sweep panorama (the camera auto stitches a number of pictures to create a panorama shoot, so it saves u the trouble of going thru photoshop), Sony EXMOR R sensor (just FYI, ur D90 is using an older version of the EXMOR sensor. This R version is newest sensor by Sony), G lens etc...
Agree bro. And the handheld twilight is fantastic. :thumbsup:
 

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