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Old 09-06-2008, 11:38 AM
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Hey guys,

im going to get a new camera pretty soon, things i want are:::

video, with sound and can slow down and make an action shot


FAST pictures, like ones that poperatsees use??


digital.. duh


price around 150$, not too much higher but if it meens just a few extra bucks for that ideal camera thats good

any suggetsions??

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SC900 HD Digital Video Camcorder with TF&SD Card Slots (Black) is really cheap and fit according to your demand.  Go here and have a look hope so this will really help you.

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I learned a long time ago that it is better to get a very good camera used than to get a cheap new camera. Same is true with cars, by the way. In your price range I would consider a used Panasonic Lumix camera with a superzoom. I think the model name starts with F. They have Leica lenses (which are very good), have lots of features and are easy to operate. I am sure others will have a different opinion, but in my 40 years of owning a photo studio I have learned to stay away from Sony, Fuji, etc. Be sure to check the reviews on the camera before you buy it. And, I always suggest you get a camera with a viewfinder rather than a display screen for composing shots. It is easier to use in bright daylight and at night. f you choose to not have a viewfinder the Panasonic LZ models are affordable. I think new you can find them for $225. Much less if used. Good luck! It is important when starting out to get more camera than you need rather than less.
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How abt Panasonic Lumix LZ40 Digital Camera (Black)?
its price is abt $150 like your need.

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