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Old Jan 9, 2006, 12:14 PM   #1
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Looking for a camera that it makes colorful indoor photos, not small no big,

I will like 6 mega pixel or up, and I want to spend 500 the most.

Any tips for me?

Thanks.


I will like 6 mega pixel or up, and I want to spend 500 the most.

Any tips for me?

Thanks.





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Old Jan 10, 2006, 10:38 AM   #2
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:sad:no body knows any cameras? :?
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Old Jan 11, 2006, 8:23 AM   #3
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no body can replay to me?



how rude . maybe bcause am black.
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Old Jan 11, 2006, 11:10 AM   #4
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maybe bcause am black.
I knew right away from the purple text. I hope you meant that to be funny because it was.

There are a lot of good cameras available and you didn't narrow down your requirements very well. We have no idea where your secret location is. $500 online in the US buys a lot more camera than an equivalent amount in other places. And we don't have any idea whether your camera budget includes memory and maybe spare batteries.

Off the top of my head I'll suggest a camera for indoor photography that isn't large or small. You can get a Sony V3 delivered for $387.06 from a reliable seller. Add $40 for an automatic bounce flash attachment and $70 for a 1 Gig Memory Stick Pro card and you have a good indoor shooting system. You might want to buy or make an inexpensive diffuser for the flash unit if you don't usually have a low white ceiling to bounce the flash from. Bounced or diffused light from a flash unit makes indoor photography a no brainer. You don't have harsh light from the internal flash or red eye. You don't have to fool with ISO settings and be concerned with noise for available light to avoid the harsh flash or red eye. You can freeze subject motion and don't need stabilization.

If that doesn't appeal to you go through Steve's best cameras list. Each listing is a link to the full review. All of the cameras in the list are ones that Steve chose as being overall competent. If you make some choices and people have an idea what you might be looking for you will likely get alternative suggestions. http://www.steves-digicams.com/best_cameras.html

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Old Jan 11, 2006, 11:28 AM   #5
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i live in africa, thank ya for your respond .


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