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Can anyone recommend a sub £200 compact camera which is good in low light conditions?
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2m, 4w agoPosted 2 months, 4 weeks ago
Can anyone recommend a sub £200 compact camera which is good in low light conditions?
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2m, 4w agoPosted 2 months, 4 weeks ago
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Search on google with csc with biggest pixle size of sensor.....bigger the pixel size of sensor better the low light
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What is it you want to photograph in low light?

If it's in situations where you can use a tripod and a slow shutter speed then there may be some choice.
If it's friends and family at a party, then you will struggle at that budget unless you just want average snaps using a
flash; in which case, don't feel you need to use your whole budget. Again, depending on your need and expectations, your camera phone may be adequate.

For low light ideally you need a wide aperture (low f stop) and / a largish sensor. If you want quality pictures, save a bit more and go for the Sony DSCRX100 mk1. There are mks 2-4 also now, but the mk1 is still a great camera for the price.
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SuffolkLad222
What is it you want to photograph in low light?
If it's in situations where you can use a tripod and a slow shutter speed then there may be some choice.
If it's friends and family at a party, then you will struggle at that budget unless you just want average snaps using a
flash; in which case, don't feel you need to use your whole budget. Again, depending on your need and expectations, your camera phone may be adequate.
For low light ideally you need a wide aperture (low f stop) and / a largish sensor. If you want quality pictures, save a bit more and go for the Sony DSCRX100 mk1. There are mks 2-4 also now, but the mk1 is still a great camera for the price.

It's mainly for parties - both outdoors at night & indoors and gigs, also a little night / twilight wildlife photography.

I own an Xperia Z3 phone and Samsung WB750 camera at the moment, neither of which are particularly good in low light. I do like the look of DSCRX100 but don't really want to spend £300+



Edited By: spoo on Nov 25, 2016 21:03

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