A&P Need help, buying point and shoot.

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  1. djsqiigles

    djsqiigles New Member

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    Looking for ideas and suggestions for a new point and shoot.

    $150 - $250 range. Something that takes decent pictures and has good features such as a large screen, rechargable battery, 3+ mega pixles, easy adjustments, crap like that.

    Ive looked around but wondering what OT's user for their basic photography.

    Any help appreciated thanks!
     
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    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    http://forums.offtopic.com/showthread.php?t=3338890

    My price was about $50 more than yours, but all of those cameras are what you are loooking for (if not more.) I actually ended up buying the S700 after I said I wanted to get the Canon, the price difference was just too much. I'm more than happy with it for ~$200, and it takes GREAT pictures. I've done alot of super-macro shooting and I've taken it to 2 nighttime car shows with good results.
     
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    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    buy a sub op, and maybe you can search
     
  5. djsqiigles

    djsqiigles New Member

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    these all the suggestions im going to get?
    lol
     

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