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Old Jun 4, 2005, 7:51 PM   #11
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i would have to agree with the two who mentioned the fuji f10.. it offers good low light capabilities, which could be very handy for taking pics in the low light of a college keg party (always fun to show your friends what they did the next day).. and is basically a point and shoot operation.. the difference in resolution between the 7.1 and the 6.3 is essentially negligeable.. and this 6.3 sensor offers lower noise across the ISO range.. i think it would fit your bill the best...

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THanks all, I'm looking heavily at the Fuji that was recomended. It appears that theyre' the company within digicams that makes a great product for less.
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Can you use the LCD on the F10 to take the picture or do you have to look through the old fashioned way?
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i would have to agree with the two who mentioned the fuji f10.. it offers good low light capabilities, which could be very handy for taking pics in the low light of a college keg party (always fun to show your friends what they did the next day).. and is basically a point and shoot operation.. the difference in resolution between the 7.1 and the 6.3 is essentially negligeable.. and this 6.3 sensor offers lower noise across the ISO range.. i think it would fit your bill the best...

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Based on what you want in a camera, I agree with the Fuji F10 too. Hard to beat for a P&S...
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Can you use the LCD on the F10 to take the picture or do you have to look through the old fashioned way?

the f10 uses the LCD alone to take the pictures.. it doesn't even offer an optical (look through) viewfinder...
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Ah, I see. Got them reversed. The F10 it is then. Thanks for all your help everyone!
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