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Old May 22, 2003, 3:27 AM   #11
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I use a HP850 and I'm really surprised by it's low light captures, in totall darkness it can focus in doors and with flash it takes a perfect picture.
Because the ISO only goes to 200 it's a bit more difficult to get outside shots on long range.

But in it's price range it's a good camera for that kind of work.

For my profession I build Home Theaters and the shots taken their are often in dark rooms, that's the reason I bought the HP850 for stricktly business, and well......... that got out of hand .

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Old May 22, 2003, 6:08 AM   #12
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Some of the very first digital cameras were very good in very poor light....but all the shots were only 640X480. It might be worth a try?
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Old May 23, 2003, 10:12 PM   #13
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THX for the replies - I do need a larger file size as I do ocassionally sell a few art print enlargements. As Confucious said (paraphrasing) "Learn to love the question." I think I'll ponder for a while and keep an eye on Steve's site for a while before I decide on a remedy. Best - john
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