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Old Aug 4, 2010, 12:34 AM   #11
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Well, Panasonic GF1 is awesome, nice pics and videos but it's too expensive 900 dollars in my country

i'm just an student my budget is $360 as maximum

And G2 doesn't fit in my pocket
But you didn't say anything about it being able to fit in your pocket!!!!
Especially since this thread is titled "A compact DSLR with HD"!!!!!
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Old Aug 4, 2010, 1:45 AM   #12
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hahaha that's the reason why i wrote "a COMPACT /pocket/ DSLR" no a "LITTLE DSLR"

i thought that COMPACT was the synonym of POCKET, isn't it?
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Old Aug 4, 2010, 1:50 AM   #13
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not really, as there are compact dslr on the market, like the pentax k-x and the olympus e620 and the sony a290. These are some of the smallest dslr's on the market. But only the k-x has HD in this group.
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well I have to save for the epl1

Is there something cheaper?

$400 bucks as maximum, decent pics whitout noise or low noise and HD
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not with dslr quality and abilities, it might be the best and most compact m4/3 on the market currently.
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Is there something cheaper?

$400 bucks as maximum, decent pics whitout noise or low noise and HD[/QUOTE]

If you want quality and a compact D-SLR style and features then the answer is really no. Even my Fuji HS10 which I feel is close to D-SLR quality (or closer than any other camera I have used) is more than $400 without batteries and memory card(s). For what you want you should be looking at $600 or more in funds.

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