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Old Jul 3, 2008, 3:43 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! I need a bit of help ... :?

I'm looking for a great point&shoot that isn't too compact! I hate these tiny new cameras! I want a camera that's more along the size of a Canon 20/30/40D , butI want a P&S not a dSLR . I tried the Canon S5 , but it's to small for my large hands (I am not a small girl, I have long fingers.)

I want a new camera, not a used one of ebay though . (I used to have a Sony F828, andI REGRET selling it...)

Can anyone help me out here ?????

Thanks in advance! All help is GREATLY appreciated.



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Old Jul 3, 2008, 3:46 PM   #2
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I've liked what I've read about the Sony DSC-H50. The sample images look very colorful and sharp.
http://www.photographyblog.com/revie...ot_dsc_h50.php
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How a camera feel in hand is very important. I handled the Panasonic FZ-18 and the H-50 and preferred the FZ-18. Everyone's taste and preferences are different, so you might want to handle all the camera you are considering before you decide. Good Luck!

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I've liked what I've read about the Sony DSC-H50. The sample images look very colorful and sharp.
http://www.photographyblog.com/revie...ot_dsc_h50.php

Thanks! I'll keep an eye out for it at my local shop :-)


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How a camera feel in hand is very important. I handled the Panasonic FZ-18 and the H-50 and preferred the FZ-18. Everyone's taste and preferences are different, so you might want to handle all the camera you are considering before you decide. Good Luck!

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Sure thing Sarah, I fully intend to get my paws on as many as possible

Thanks!

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