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Old Mar 24, 2006, 12:35 AM   #21
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I urge you guys to look at the noise specs on those cameras. I think the F10 has a lot less noise than the rest. It isn't just that they go to ISO1600, they have to be clean enough to use there. There is a difference.

You could help others by posting noise info for them here too. DP review usually compares the noise of the various models.
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Old Mar 24, 2006, 8:59 AM   #22
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Keep in mind that the Casio Z-120 and Z-750 are the good exceptions in the Casio line. They have Schneider lenses and do a good job of general photography. My Z-120 is not a good low light camera. That is what I have my F-10 for and why I will probably buy the F-30 when it becomes available. The F-10 and supposedly the F-30 have some of the best low noise capabilities.

I still own , not one, but two Olympus 2100's. They are still contenders, even in their senior years.


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