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Old Jul 12, 2009, 6:50 AM   #1
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Should I buy the Lumix TZ7 or Exilim EX-H10? I'll spend 400$ at the most.
I'd like to buy the TZ7 but it's 100$ more expensive. The reason I'd like the Exilim is that it shoots 1000 pictures per charge, has wider lense, 12 megapixels, and is cheaper. However, I'm concerned that the image quality might not be as good as the TZ7, and there aren't reviews yet because it hasn't been released yet in the US. There are sample shots taken by the camera on Casio website
http://dc.casio.jp/product/exilim/ex_h10/gallery.html but I can't really tell whether they're good.
Btw, how do you connect the Exilim to your HDTV to watch the recorded HD movies?
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Old Jul 12, 2009, 10:04 AM   #2
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mngharry-

To save some money you might take a gook look at the Panasonic TZ-5. Except for the 25mm wide angle on the TZ-7, the TZ-5 has a 28mm wide angle and it is pretty much the same as the camera.

Its just my opinion, but I think that the TZ-5 or TZ-7 would be the better choice, instead of the Casio H-10. Attached is a TZ-5 sample photo. This was taken without flash in our local supermarket.

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The sample photo failed to attach. I will give it another try.

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Old Jul 13, 2009, 8:24 AM   #4
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Thanks! I think I'll first try the exilim first and then return it if I'm not satisfied and get the TZ5.
Any other suggestions?
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Please do whatever seems appropriate for you.

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