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    Lightbulb Help me choose Digicam [SONY]

    I have finalized 4 models that I can buy, but I need your help to choose the best one. All models are of SONY

    1. DSCT90/P
    2. DSC4380/S
    3. DSCW370/B
    4. DSC4350/P




    Here is the comparison sheet of them - CLICK HERE

    So Which one I should buy?
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    If your budget is around 17k or so u can go for Sony TX1

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightrider™ View Post
    If your budget is around 17k or so u can go for Sony TX1
    1+ Vote !!!

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    Get the one with the best lens. Other than that, as a 42+ year Kodak employee, I need to abstain.

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    hmm I will check out TX1

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    What I have found out is the Mega Pixel count is irrelevant as its turned into a more of a wow factor than functionality. Personally I always look at the sensor as this is what is converting the light into picture and like a processors every sensor is different. Your best bet would be to go to the shop and take photos with all the ones in your list. Make sure you get a variety of colour in your picture including bright and dark places then ask to use a lap top or PC to examine the picture fully. Look for the ones that wash out the colour and leave them alone, you would want one that keeps a vibrant colour and gives a good lighting as well as good shadows. I hope this helps.

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    I've never been too keen on the Sony Digi Cameras, but just to throw my cents in I have owned quite a few digital cameras, Nikon, Kodak, Canon, Vivatar, and a few other pretty low end models and I would honestly say the one I own that produces some of the clearest shots and has excellant motion detection is my Nikon S230. I agree with Johnny.Rotton the MP count is a bit misleading. If your looking make sure you look for the one with the best lens as Corrine suggested, which breaks down to finding the one with the best Optical Zoom vs lower ends that rate a higher Digital Zoom. As well look for one that has a good motion\vibration detection as I learned with my Nikon is a must have.

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    nikon launched coolpix p100 but thats bit high on budget would be coming out in april end or fuji hs 10 is a very nice one tooo

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