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Old Sep 30, 2003, 6:52 PM   #11
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Every camera is advertised like a glorious camera and even the example photos in reviews look often better than the average shot with less optimal light and no tripod.

One thing which helps to decide on most perfect camera, is not just choose a camera on high points but decide also on its weak points. For example if camera bla has severe barrel distortion at 3x zoom and camera blib shows white noise at iso 400, choose between those set-backs.

Something about Nikon Cp 4300. Bought that camera for someone else and used it during my holliday. Impressive image results (taken in bright sunlight). A bit too much contrast compared to film. Too dark areas are afterwards adjustable with computer due to lack of noise. Shutter response ok, but still too slow for my taste. Overall a great camera (especially the macro) but not for chaotic action reportage.
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