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Best Digital Camera for £100

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I'm looking for a new digital camera to share between me and the girlfriend so will be being used for a variety of things. She will probably use it on nights out or for gatherings with friendsand trips away etc and I will prob use it for just the occasional snapshots but also for some of the work I do which involves bodybuilding so the image quality needs to be good/clear/sharp to show the extent of muscular definition etc

Looking for only around £100 and below at the moment but any suggestions also slightly over will be greatly welcomed!

Been looking in the supermarkets and there seems some cheap cameras with great stats but thought i'd come here and get some good advice first as I do not know what to look out for and do not want to buy one with great stats on paper but disappointing results for the spec where I could get much better results with something different

Anybody's advice/suggestions to whats best for me would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you

Rob
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Been reading about something that stops things like shaky hands ruining pictures and improving the image so a feature like that would be helpful for the bodybuilding work....i'm looking for any deals so anything old/new/second hand/refurbished etc
#2
we bought the children both a Fuji Finepic Z10 for xmas @ £145 excellent camera but noticed they were on sale in Asda Blackwood Gwent for £95. Wish I had credit card on me I would have got one for myself
#3
Link to the camera on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000UUO5J2/40000813-21/?m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

Hope this helps :thumbsup:
banned#4
samsung d60 with anti shake do ya???
banned#5
it's never been used still has the box and a carry case and it's black
#7
Thanks guys, been recommended a few different cameras now so up to now I have

Fuji Finepix A920
Fuji Finepix F40fd
Samsung D60
Fuji Finepix Z10
Sony Cyber Shot DSC W55
Canon Powershot A560
Samsung NV10
Casio EX-275
Canon Powershot A570


Can anyone shed some light on the comparisons between all of these and which would be the best investment for me??

Thanks guys, really appreciate the help
banned#8
well i know the samsung one i have has the anti shake feature but apart from that check out this detail
Type Type Compact camera
Pixels CCD 6.1 megapixel 2/5" CCD sensor
Resolution (in pixels) 2816 x 2112
Optical Optical Viewfinder None
LCD display 2.4" colour LCD screen - 112,000 pixels
Macro Distance 4 cm
Normal Distance From 80 cm upwards
Optical Zoom 3x
Digital Zoom 5x
ISO range ISO auto, 50, 100, 200, 400
Aperture and Shutter Speed f/2.8-7.1 (wide angle); f/4.9-12.4 (telephoto)
Speed: from 1/5000 to 8 secs
Self-timer (2 or 10 secs)
Flash (built-in) Built-in flash
Flash modes: auto, red-eye reduction, fill-in, slow sync
Flash range (ISO auto): from 0.2 to 3 m (wide angle); from 0.5 to 2.5 m (telephoto)
Refresh time: 5 secs
Storage Image formats JPEG
Memory Card Type SD and MMC cards
Included Memory Card No
Internal Memory 20 MB
Video Video mode Yes, with sound
Video Sequence 640 x 480 at 30 images/sec.
TV Output NTSC or PAL video output
Webcam No
Computer InterFace Port USB 2.0
Wireless function No
Compatibility Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, Me, XP
Mac OS 9.0 ~ 10.3
Included software Digimax Master
Extras Power sources 2 alkaline AA batteries
Rechargeable battery
SCC-S5 docking station
Other features PictBridge
Scene modes: night, portrait, children, landscape, close up, sunset, dawn, daylight, fireworks, sand and snow
Optical zoom in video mode, direct video editing
Size 96.8 x 61.8 x 26.4 mm
Weight (in grams) 136
Included accessories Batteries, CD-ROM
Internal menus English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Thai, Arabic and Malay
Instructions included French
#9
mr_b
Thanks guys, been recommended a few different cameras now so up to now I have

Fuji Finepix A920
Fuji Finepix F40fd
Samsung D60
Fuji Finepix Z10
Sony Cyber Shot DSC W55
Canon Powershot A560
Samsung NV10
Casio EX-275
Canon Powershot A570


Can anyone shed some light on the comparisons between all of these and which would be the best investment for me??

Thanks guys, really appreciate the help


Check [url]www.dpreview.com[/url] for good in depth reviews, but fwiw, I'd go for either the Canon 570 (has image stabilisation over the 560) but takes AA batteries rather than a rechargable Li Ion battery OR
The Sony has an excellent lens (Ziess), but takes MS Pro Duo which imho is a big minus unless you have other sony kit (eg PSP etc.) OR
The Fuji F40fd is the best of the 3 fujis you have there, Li Ion battery, Face detection and good all round picture quality.
#10
Awesome advice and just what i was looking for, as you seem to know a bit about cameras yourself are there any other recommendations yourself or from anyone else that aren't on the list and what would be your ultimate picks??
#11
anyone?
#12
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/181740/canon-ixus-70-selphy-520-printer-bu/

Credit to magicmonkey in another £100 camera wanted thread, looks a really good deal if there is any stock left! I have an Ixus, its ruddy bulletproof!

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