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Old Jun 18, 2006, 5:19 PM   #1
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I am looking for a camera that has a sequence mode on it. What I mean by sequence mode is the ability to shoot more than 1 picture in one shoot. With this sequence mode, then we can choose the best picture.

What camera does has the capability to do this?

I am thinking of exilim 1000 or maybe sony DSC100. Does any of these two cameras has the feature that I want?

Thank you in advance...

sorry for my bad english...

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Old Jun 18, 2006, 7:28 PM   #2
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Sony DSC100 ?? Never heard of it , you might mean the DSC-W100 ?

Why do you need 8 mps ?

These little point and shoots have a tiny sensor compared to a dlsr and the more photosites you pack into a sensor (>megapixels) the more potential problems you have.

Its really just a marketing trick, people think the more megapixels the better the camera when in truth a better camera with a lower pixel count would have better pictures.

Still the W100 is reasonable, it can shoot 3 shots in a row at 1 frame per second, so I suppose you could pick which shot you liked from there.

It also has a mode where 16 small pictures are taken at a very fast speed and embedded into one full size picture, useful for seeing a golf swing for example, the camera can animate the pictures to make it play like a slow motion movie.
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