Which Slim Model Can Produce Good Picture


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tanchinku

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I am looking for a slim model of digital camera, say 5MP or higher.

I would appreciate if anyone can give me some guidances which brand and model to buy if budget is not a major constraint. :bsmilie:
 

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Well if good pictures mean decent clarity and sharpnes, then I suppose any digicam would do the job. For slim model, u could check the nikon S1. Think pricing is around S$600.
 

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Thank you to Snowspeeder for your guidance. :)

Yes, I am looking for a slim camera that produce clarity picture. I hope someone can also suggest to me any model can produce rich colour which I need not to do any post processing.

Are Sony and Casio good? They do have very slim cameras but I am not so sure about their performance. Can any user comment :eek:
 

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tanchinku said:
Thank you to Snowspeeder for your guidance. :)

Yes, I am looking for a slim camera that produce clarity picture. I hope someone can also suggest to me any model can produce rich colour which I need not to do any post processing.

Are Sony and Casio good? They do have very slim cameras but I am not so sure about their performance. Can any user comment :eek:
i'm using casio z55 and find it pretty good.
 

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snowspeeder said:
Well if good pictures mean decent clarity and sharpnes, then I suppose any digicam would do the job. For slim model, u could check the nikon S1. Think pricing is around S$600.
I went to test drive the Nikon S1 last weekend (intend to buy actually). It was slim, and Nikon quality, but when I powered up, there was a delay (the time lag). I am not sure the time lag is common to all slim digicams or just Nikon S1.
 

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there'll usually be some performance different compared to the larger models. however, the Ixus 30 that I had (not as slim as the S1) performed pretty well with good start-up time, AF speed and shutter lag.
 

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tanchinku said:
Thank you to Snowspeeder for your guidance. :)

Yes, I am looking for a slim camera that produce clarity picture. I hope someone can also suggest to me any model can produce rich colour which I need not to do any post processing.

Are Sony and Casio good? They do have very slim cameras but I am not so sure about their performance. Can any user comment :eek:

Slim model, rich colours out of the camera...

There's the Contax SL300R with Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* coated lens. But it's a 3.2MP model and isn't cheap.. About S$600, IIRC.
Can mount 28mm colour, UV, polarisers or protective filters though.
 

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casio z750
I simply love tat .. :heart:
 

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looking at the title, i thought you are looking for a people instead of a camera. =)
 

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GriGri said:
looking at the title, i thought you are looking for a people instead of a camera. =)
hahaha!!!

the sony T3 (CZ lense) is pretty slim and can produce pretty nice pictures, :thumbsup: think they're a little over $700 now.

down slides, flash not very strong (not unlike most of the slim models), and no optical viewfinder (rely on 2.5 inch LCD -> drains batt). :thumbsd:
 

tanchinku

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Hi All,

I really appreciate feedbacks and suggestions which help me a lot in choosing slim model camera...

I finally got hold of Casio Z750, price around S$700+ and I am very contented with the functions which help me alot in taking pictures :bsmilie:

I would like to recommend this model to new comers who are looking for slim model camera :thumbsup:
 

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