CANON PowerShot A3150 IS Compact Digital Camera £69 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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12 megapixel, 4x optical zoom and a decent brand. Seems pretty good for a point n shoot compact to me. There's stock in a few stores (I've just reserved one in Airdrie - none nearer Glasgow but several in Edinburgh & Livingston) and it's available for home delivery (after Christmas).

Was posted 5 months ago at £99, further reduced
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#1
rubbish
banned#2
ahhdj
rubbish


your comment you mean?
#3
rubbish


What's wrong with it, and what should I buy as a convenient point n shoot for under £80?
#4
for another £3 you can get a samsung ES75 which is a better buy than this.
#5
Hmm, I already have a Samsung digital camera. The quality's OK for the money but it isn't well built and eats batteries - I'm not keen to buy another. Whereas I've owned several (admittedly 35mm) Canons and all were great.
#6
inicholson
Hmm, I already have a Samsung digital camera. The quality's OK for the money but it isn't well built and eats batteries - I'm not keen to buy another. Whereas I've owned several (admittedly 35mm) Canons and all were great.
The 75es is a far newer model. Also this deal was already posted 6 days ago.
#7
if its anything like the a3100 it will be rubbish.

amazingly rubbish picture quality for a 12Mp camera, I would compare the quality to that of a 2 or 3 megapixel camera.

i would find some reviews and sample shots of this camera before purchasing.
#8
This doesn't tale AAA batteries. It takes a Li-ion. I bought a high capacity 850mAh spare for £2.43 inc. delivery.
#9
Bigbil
This doesn't tale AAA batteries. It takes a Li-ion.

That's a shame. I prefer standard AA or AAA rechargeables for the sheer convenience they provide - especially when travelling abroad when all my rechargeables for various devices can be handled by just one car recharger.

Ah, but perhaps you think a bespoke battery pack for each device to be a plus-point in some strange way.
#10
JonBoy
Bigbil
This doesn't tale AAA batteries. It takes a Li-ion.
That's a shame. I prefer standard AA or AAA rechargeables for the sheer convenience they provide - especially when travelling abroad when all my rechargeables for various devices can be handled by just one car recharger.Ah, but perhaps you think a bespoke battery pack for each device to be a plus-point in some strange way.
No. These batteries are tiny and hardly a hassle to carry. At £2.43 you can buy a few & have them pre charged. These are smaller than a load of multiple batteries. I suppose your mobile phone takes 3 AAA/AA batteries as well
#11
JonBoy
Bigbil
This doesn't tale AAA batteries. It takes a Li-ion.
That's a shame. I prefer standard AA or AAA rechargeables for the sheer convenience they provide - especially when travelling abroad when all my rechargeables for various devices can be handled by just one car recharger.Ah, but perhaps you think a bespoke battery pack for each device to be a plus-point in some strange way.
Sorry. you probably don't carry a mobile. All the hassle with the batteries an that.....
#12
Bigbil
JonBoy
Bigbil
This doesn't tale AAA batteries. It takes a Li-ion.
That's a shame. I prefer standard AA or AAA rechargeables for the sheer convenience they provide - especially when travelling abroad when all my rechargeables for various devices can be handled by just one car recharger.Ah, but perhaps you think a bespoke battery pack for each device to be a plus-point in some strange way.
No. These batteries are tiny and hardly a hassle to carry. At £2.43 you can buy a few & have them pre charged. These are smaller than a load of multiple batteries. I suppose your mobile phone takes 3 AAA/AA batteries as well


I'd rather stick one spare set of rechargeable AA and of AAA batteries (N.B. not "a load of multiple batteries") in my pocket with one mains/car charger in my cabin luggage for use in my various gadgets. That's my stated preference and even your attempt to use a disparaging tone when insisting that your opinion is necessarily the only correct way to view this matter doesn't alter my preference. You introduced this camera's use of a bespoke battery as if that were a superior attribute but have been unable to explain why that is so and have merely stated that you need to carry a dedicated spare battery (or even "a load of batteries") just for this one device.

FYI, I no longer have the Motorola c520 which had the added virtue of being able to be powered by (readily available) AA batteries if required but my current handset is low-drain (unlike a camera) and doesn't need a dedicated charger or a standby battery so there are no extras to carry or service.
#13
tauran
if its anything like the a3100 it will be rubbish.

amazingly rubbish picture quality for a 12Mp camera, I would compare the quality to that of a 2 or 3 megapixel camera.

i would find some reviews and sample shots of this camera before purchasing.


stupid comment

lots of reviews rate the canon 3100/3150 picture quality higher than any other in its catagory

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