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help finding a camera..
I need help finding a relative cheap camera for my mexico trip this summer..

I want a compact and allaround good camera that you can have with you when you go out at night so it has to fit in my pockets. also should be good at low light/indoors..

I want it to be capable to take pictures from a short distance. like in bars and other festive places so the lens should be somewhere around 28mm.

Dont need the must expencive camerea in the world. with a price range from around 300-400$, 100-170 , 200-250, would be super....

Zoom isnt that important 3x is fine.megapixels from 7 and up, dont need the best of the best.Aperture range: 2f-3f.

And faster is better. I dont want to wait a million years for the camera to get ready and then miss the chance for the kodak moment so to speak.

Basically a compact camera that you can use at low lightt and in a close range..

Any tips would be appreciated...

Comments (8)

Olympus E-510 and a bunch of stuff to hang on it...

Comment #1

I have thought about the f100fd but some people complain about pink band ...so dont know about that.

Also had my eye on panasonic tz5 but that is said that it's not good in low light...

And also at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 but that had some problems too...

What should I choose from those 3 ? what is better?..

Comment #2

Err, I would not spend a lot of money on a camera to take into bars in Mexico! Some lower priced cameras that get down to 28mm include the Fuji F480, Nikon P50, and Olympus FE-350 Wide. Hard to know how these compare on low light or speed though..

Kelly Cook..

Comment #3

Suggest the Fuji F480 for better image quality and the Panasonic FX-33 for all-round features. Both good cameras at that price level...

Comment #4

I have really leaning towards the fujifiom F100fd... it seems like it has what I need:).

Any "objections" on why I shouldnt buy it?? ..

Comment #5

There are a LOT of F100fd topics on the Fujifilm forum on this site .....

Comment #6

Spazy wrote:.

I have really leaning towards the fujifiom F100fd... it seems likeit has what I need:).

Any "objections" on why I shouldnt buy it?? .

Yes. But you can buy it anyway! .

I agree with KC. After "selecting" the F100fd, go to the Fuji Talk forum and get more info..

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Comment #7

I love the Cannon Elph line.... amazing! And so quick for a little cameraK Mo..

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