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Old Apr 9, 2006, 1:49 AM   #1
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hey i'm looking for a compact camera....that works well in low light and is fast....the last camera i had was the konica minolta dimage x50 and i loved it but i wanted an update.....

the setting for the camera will be for not only outdoor scenic shootings and etc. but mostly for indoor low light party settings...so obviously minimal blur also...

i'm NEED it to be FAST so i can get the candid pics i want.....so a fast start up, shutter speed and if it has a burst mode it would be great....

.I also would like a movie mode with sound...

recently i tried out the Canon sd450 and thought it was WAY TOO SLOW...i'm not sure if it was me or the camera but i didnt like it at all..

i noticed from other people's camera's which i've usedin low lit areas results come out dark when you use zoom....i would like to avoid this....

i know its a lot of criteria...but any suggestions?? i'd really appreciate it....THANKS!!
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Old Apr 9, 2006, 9:53 AM   #2
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The only cameras adapted to the kind of shooting you describe it, and I understand it, are the Fuji F-10, F-11, and the soon (May) to be introduced F-30.

Will you be using flash at all?

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Old Apr 10, 2006, 11:25 PM   #3
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Thanks for your reply and help

Yes flash will be used...esp. during night shot/party shots...
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