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Posted by coferj on May 14, 2003 at 08:38:01:

In Reply to: Digital cameras posted by boids on May 12, 2003 at 16:08:51:

:Hey everyone I'm looking at getting a digital cam for the first time and i would like your opinions on what is good and what isn't. What features you find useful on the digitals and what features are a waste of space. Ant info on this will be greatly appreciated thanks Paul


I would make sure that it had a macro feature, b/c that really makes closeup shots really spectacular if you have the right lighting, etc. Good zoom, rechargeable batteries are nice...I've noticed that I would like to be able to turn my autofocus off at times, so you may want to look at that. Just depends on what you are willing to spend. The more you dish out, the more features you get...I would say stick with something by Nikon, but I'm a little biased...I have the coolpix 2500, but am already looking at getting rid of it and getting a 4500 for more features...guess even cameras aren't safe from being outgrown. Good luck!




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