A&P Nikon CoolPix 4300

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  1. CruD

    CruD Bah, I'll just hack it

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    Who else has this camera? I bought it last night with a card reader, tripod, 128mb stick and case and it ended up being $696.13 or so. Havnt really had a chance to use it.

    So who has it ? :confused:
     
  2. NauticaX

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    My girl has this camera. Not too bad. She got it about a week or so ago.
     
  3. KatWoman

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    My fiance picked one up this weekend. Pretty sure it's the same model...4 megapixels right? Take awesome pics! We also picked up a new printer this weekend and printed some kick ass pics. I finally updated the pics hanging in my office....after about 6 years :rolleyes:
     
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  5. CruD

    CruD Bah, I'll just hack it

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    :rofl: Yea , that's teh one!
     
  6. CruD

    CruD Bah, I'll just hack it

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    :eek: :mad: I wanted a camera that could take good nightshots and use the manual exposure for some cool nightshots. But this was the only one around the $499 price that had manual exposure (sorta) and bestbuy had in stock.
     
  7. dragon1976

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    I have used that camera before.

    great outdoor pics, but so-so indoor and night pics.

    Also the "Video feature" doesnt have any sound.
     
  8. poley

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    I have the 4500. Not sure what the diff is...
     
  9. poley

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    I took this pic with it, using a tripod. I will concede that night time pictures are challenging. A tripod will help immensely, because you can avoid the harsh flash and just use a slower shutter speed.
    http://homepage.mac.com/poley/DSCN0244.JPG
     

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