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Old Apr 29, 2011, 12:54 PM   #11
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Found them....
The S and G series do offer zoom so you can sit a distance away and still get some fairly usable shots.
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Old Apr 29, 2011, 12:57 PM   #12
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Pictures are ALWAYS helpful as quality is subjective. That's the tough thing about low light shooting - it's expensive to get "perfect" so, most of us have to settle for "good enough". Everyone's definition of "good enough" is different. I believe the last photo posted by the poster above is indicative of the low light stage shots digicams like the g11 are capable of. Only the OP can determine whether that's "good enough". I would caution though - sports is a whole different thing. You're not going to have stage lights shining on little johnny at the plate for indoor baseball. But again, I would never base your current decision on THAT sport - you could spend a lot of money and still get poor results for indoor baseball.
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