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  1. Dreen says:

    The exilium line of Casio is nice and small but I wouldn’t buy a camera from a radio maker so I’d choose the Pentax or any real camera brand such as Canon. Avoid the Sony and others Music company. A camera is to take picture not to listen to mp3.
    By the way, both are really good camera with high specs. Are you sure you need that? I have a Canon with 2.0mg pixels and the quality is high enough for me to reduce the resolution otherwise I always end up with huge pics that I need to resize. XX

  2. hepburn says:

    I was a bit worried about buying a casio camera (I have the ex z4), but it has a good quality pentax lens with reasonable optical zoom and the largest viewing screen of all of the smaller digital cameras that I tried. It has a great spec for the money but having said all that, I still havent had time to figure out how to use the damn thing properly.

  3. mia says:

    Sony do really good video cameras, so they probably do good cameras too. My first SLR was a 1963 Pentax, so I feel sorta sentimental about them.
    I tend to do a lot of post-processing, so the more pixels the better.
    I don’t know, I’ll probably just decide when I’m in HK. I’m excited though, I haven’t had a decent camera for a few years.

  4. mez says:

    Sony are ok. They are a huge innovative company that does much more than mp3s…I am personally looking at the Sony v1. Also, get the widest lense you can, a lot of them start at 38mm which is pretty ridiculous and makes it really hard to take shots of your mates. Also, make sure there is virtually no lag time (the main reason I haven’t bothered with digital yet) and finally, go the extra pixels. esp. if you are travelling with it and taking award winning shots that could make you millions of dollars.

  5. mia says:

    So what is a good lense width then? It’s years since I’ve done any proper photography.
    Lag time is really important, I discovered that with my current (el cheapo) digital camera.

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