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Old Apr 10, 2006, 11:23 PM   #1
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WHICH should i get? Fuji finepix f650 or f30????

or shouldi look at the V10 ??


i'm looking for fast, compact, great at night and blur stabilization....PLEASE HELP

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Old Apr 11, 2006, 12:12 PM   #2
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Let's deal with your post, one question at a time. The Fuji V-10 exhibits a good deal of noise at its 800 and 1600 ISO settings and therefore would not be the ideal camera for your rather darkened club environment. Here is the newest review on that camera:

http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/fu...ew/index.shtml

The Fuji F-650 only has a max ISO setting of 400 which makes it far less than ideal for your application in a darkened club environment.

On the other hand the Fuji F-30 with a max ISO setting of 3200 would most probably be the best camera on the markey for your application.

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Old Apr 11, 2006, 12:19 PM   #3
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I previously had the Konica Minolta Dimage X50..and it worked great...I dont know much about the ISO factir, but do you know what its was?? It was also really fast



is the f30 really fast???? how is the zoom??? in dark situations???



Also I heard about the new sony T30 coming out soon...Any info on that and how they compare to the f30??



Thanks for all your help
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I believe that the K-M X50 had a max ISO speed of 400, but because it is no longer listed in the review charts, I cannot verify that fact.

Because the Fuji F-30 has not been released yet, there have been no professional reviews, and therefore exact timingfigures have not yet been published. However, we can make the assumption that it will be equal to the camera that it is replacing, the Fuji F-10 which was a very fast camera.

There is no data out yet on the Sony T-30.

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Thank you again!
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