A&P Sony DSC-H1

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  1. SycoPhant

    SycoPhant Get out my way

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    I can get one for $366, good deal? Good camera? I like my old Kodak DX4900 but I've outgrown it a bit (2x optical :barf: ) and it's got three stuck pixels which annoy the hell out of me. What do you guys think?
     
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    bought it for 470 played arund with it. Took it to Russia this summer. Its a great camera, i returned it b/c i decided that i wanted a digital slr. Have fun, its a great point n shoot IMO. Manual settings are good too.
     
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    SycoPhant Get out my way

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    So basically it's a good step-down from an SLR?
    I'm not to the point where I'd use all the features an SLR would give me, nor IMHO am I good enough to spend that kind of money anyway.
     
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    yeah, its actually sonys attempt to jump into the "prosumer" product line. They are way behind, but the zoom is good (12x) pictures are sharp, and on the main Point and Shoot it goes a GREAT job IMO. You can get a wide and telephoto lense for it later down the road too.
     
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    SycoPhant Get out my way

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    Sounds nice. I think I'll go ahead and let her know that if she wants to get me that for Christmas, I won't argue ;)
     

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