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Old Feb 24, 2010, 2:56 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ancientritual View Post
I own a Sony H20. This camera has a very sharp lens, but has some limitations. In low level light it has a hard time focusing, and a 38mm is not very wide when shooting indoors. Good luck in your search.
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The Sony H-20 is not a high ISO capable camera like the Fuji F-30. However, it seems to fit your requirements rather nicely, even though it is about the same price range (at least here in the USA) as the Fuji F-70EXR, which is hopeless in the auto mode.

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Thanks, but both of these comments would definitely make me think twice about even trying out the H20..... if it's not great at focusing in low light and not a high ISO capable camera, I doubt it would be the best option.

Seems we were unknowingly spoiled with the old F30!!
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There is always the Canon S-90, the Panasonic LX3, and the newly introduced, Samsung EX1 cameras.

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