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Marimar Jul 12, 2006 11:58 AM

Any one can help me? thanks

mtclimber Jul 12, 2006 12:23 PM

If low light level shooting is not an issue, go directly to the Canon A-620. If you want low light level capability, look at the Fuji F-30.

MT

Marimar Jul 12, 2006 1:16 PM

I want to take good shoots inside and very sharp and not outfocus pictures, I dont know of these 3 will be best or the fuji is good? .

Thanks for your respond !

flippedgazelle Jul 12, 2006 2:15 PM

Both cameras are excellent for what they do.

If you mainly want to take pictures indoors and not use the flash all the time, then take mtclimber's advice and look seriously at the Fuji F-30. Fuji is a very good brand that has made quality cameras for some time. Here is a review: http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/fu...ix_f30-review/

The Canon A620 - which I have - is a fine camera that does not do as well as the F-30 in low-light situations, butit alsocosts at least $100 less. It takes accurate, pleasingly saturated pictures, and does a good job in a well-lit indoor environment and well as superb outside photos.







mtclimber Jul 12, 2006 2:34 PM

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If you are referring to taking photos inside without flash, then the Fuji F-30 is surely worth a good look. Here is a F-30 image taken with just window light. Notice the sharpness.

MT

Marimar Jul 14, 2006 9:31 AM

Thanks for the responds.

I think I going to get the f30 because there is something about the A620 I dont like, I was looking pictures in pbase and there is a lot of out focus indoor pics with the 620, I was looking at the panasonic Lz5 and I like it too like the 730, I like the camera with anti-shake and the a620 does not have it.

thanks again ;)


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