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Old 07-10-2017, 05:03 AM
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Hi Friends...everybody knews, nice pictures from his sweeties and everybody is lucky

My camera is an Agfa Selection 16...they make Photos indeed, but when i see sometimes pictures from you. I wonder

Would like to say, my pictures are not soooo good.
Okay please tell me what you mean is an good Camera for a small wallet

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Old 07-10-2017, 07:50 AM
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My favourite was an old Fuji HS10 until the dog got hold of it but I've now got a 2nd hand Canon which I just can't seem to enjoy using. Apart from that I use my Sony Ericsson brick phone which although old has a pretty good lens despite being an antique.
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Kodak easy share are great and inexpensive.

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My favourite was an old Fuji HS10 until the dog got hold of it but I've now got a 2nd hand Canon which I just can't seem to enjoy using. Apart from that I use my Sony Ericsson brick phone which although old has a pretty good lens despite being an antique.
My current Camera is a HS10 which I got from a well known auction site for around 80GBP a year or so ago. You may still find some knocking about and they are perfect cameras for the job with both significant wide and zoom integrated into the lens.

Similar models are the FujiFilm's S100-FS, S-9500, S-9600 and others. I've owned all these models in the past and never had a fault.

There is an S-9600 on the aforementioned site for 80GBP, 'Buy it Now'.

Item number:322797602705. A five star rating on the product, and I can confirm they are right to give that score.

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That Fujis a lot of camera, very tempting but I need to get rid of stuff first. I've got about 30 vintage cameras in the attic after dropping on a load at carboots.
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Our camera is a Panasonic DMC-FZ5... Old, 5 Mpix only, but nice stabilised high aperture lens... Not so bad with full manual modes.

We can use minato's phone too a Galaxy Note 2...
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Hello Harleyhahn,

today most consumer cameras i.e. non interchangeable lens are as bad / good as a decent smartphone. If you need to buy one in the near future have a closer look at the smartphone cameras and you might get two things in one

If you want a separate camera it depends on how much you want to spend. I‘ve bought a Fuji XE2 with interchangeable lenses and the photos are really good. And taking photos is really fun. But that is quite expensive. Maybe one of the entry level DSLRs fron Canon or Nikon would be a good start. digitalkamera.de is a good site for reviews and comparisons.

With cameras it is the same as with dolls, when you start comparing and searching you will most likely never come to an end

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i use a kodak easy share that is only 2 or 3 mega pix. but it works fine and is fairly compact in size.

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Fuji S9500 and S9600 are excellent. Go for it. £80 is unbeatable price.

Nikon D70 is worth looking at.

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Old 08-10-2017, 03:24 AM
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Thanks a lot my friends. Now its sunday and i have enough time to look for a right camera...
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