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Old May 31, 2003, 8:20 AM   #11
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These ar both very good cameras, but they are really different as far as the features go. The best thing to do is find out about each cameras specific features and decide which one would best suit your wants and needs.
I own and love both of these cameras. I had such a hard time deciding between the 2 that I got both with the intention to return the one I did not want to keep, and ended up keeping them both. I have a hard time following my own advice sometimes.
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Old Jun 3, 2003, 12:22 PM   #12
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Absolutely, SSD.
If fact I made my decision based on some of the more "manual" features, and other very tangible reasonings.

I only meant that had I bought the Coolpix I probably would be very happy as well. It has a really nice look and feel and is a great no hassle camera.

But I definately agree, all newbies should read up and make a very informed decision!
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