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Old Nov 14, 2003, 6:55 AM   #1
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Default DSC-F828 , right for an architect?

Hi,
I'm an architect and I've not been using a digital camera up to now.
Now I'm planning to buy one before the end of the year but I'm a bit lost in the very large selection on offer.
Basicly I'm looking for a machine that will take good pictures inside with/without flash, have a very wide angle lens (21mm in mechanical lenses) and it would be nice if it could also easely be adjusted manually. My budget is up to $1500. One of the camera's that caught my eye was the Sony DSC-F828, but I would need a adapter wide angle lens, if available......
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Old Nov 14, 2003, 7:29 AM   #2
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Default Re: DSC-F828 , right for an architect?

> One of the camera's that caught my eye was the Sony DSC-F828,

Which does not exist yet, and no one knows when it will.

> but I would need a adapter wide angle lens, if available...

Not available. Front element moves, and
apparently can't handle the weight of
such lenses.
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