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Old Nov 8, 2006, 12:32 AM   #1
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hello everyone

i am having a lot of confusion. i want a compact camera with atleast these features:

1. good movie recording

2. good battery backup

3. nice performance indoors and low light conditions

4. a good auto focus and capabilty to overcome very less shaky hands.



wat all i hav surveyed till now i m able to reach a oint where i need to chose between 4-5 digicams as follows

nikon coolpix s5or s6, casio ex-z600, sony dsc-t9, or sony cybershot w-50.

if anyone has anyother suggestion for me, its most welcome. reply asap

i am waiting for ur replies. thanx in advance.
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 1:00 AM   #2
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nikhil.bajaj wrote:
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hello everyone

i am having a lot of confusion. i want a compact camera with atleast these features:

1. good movie recording

2. good battery backup

3. nice performance indoors and low light conditions

4. a good auto focus and capabilty to overcome very less shaky hands.

i'm not expert but according to your request:

1: get something with 640x480 with 30 fps at least. 1024x768 the best such as ... Canon G7?

2: just bring more batteries when you go out

3: choose good brand like canon ornikon

4: getthe one withimage stablizer feature

if i were your, i'll try canon A710 IS. Some stores will let you return if you don't like it.
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 4:16 AM   #3
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thanx for ur reply. but the confusion is that all of the cams a mentioned hav 640*480. also i want a sleek cam which unfortunately canaon A710 is not.

my prob comes in finding which has the best image stabilizer and also which works best in the low light and indoor conditions. i hav seen outdoors every cam is equally good. suggest me wat to do
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 12:10 PM   #4
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What you planning to shoot? A lot depends on that.

Most p&s size sensors (except fuzi) are not going to do well in low light. I have very good experience with canon and panasonic image stabilization.
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