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    thinking of buy a new digital camera. Whats a good one for taking good watch pictures?
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    Re: picture taking

    What's your budget like?




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    Re: picture taking

    prob no more than $400-$500. But i want a good camera that takes nice clean shots.
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    Re: picture taking

    Quote Originally Posted by zerostar2410 View Post
    prob no more than $400-$500. But i want a good camera that takes nice clean shots.
    I'm a CANON man and I'd recommend any of the Powershot range, particularly the new G series (M8 I'm serious), like the latest G10. Not just for great macro but overall performance is superb.

    http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/co...&modelid=17624




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    Re: picture taking

    I'm no expert but i quite like my Panasonic lumix. I recently got a DMC-FZ28S.

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    Re: picture taking

    ive had 2 Sony Cybershots and both have sucked and broke. As for Canon, i was thinking of leaning towards them but wasnt to sure. the link you provided was of a nice camera, im looking for something less bulky and more that would go in my pocket but with the same quality of that camer or close to it.
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    Re: picture taking

    Sounds like a Canon Ixus would fit the bill.

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    doesnt matter. as long it has a good macro. look at buzz's pics? i think hes using a HP 4mp or something like that, not those high-end camera with Hubble telescope attached to it.

    get one with great macro and save money for more G.
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    Re: picture taking

    nikon, cannon, sony, they are all pretty much the same.

    you have to realize that most of these cameras are basically or almost the same because in a compact camera, you can't really expect too much. now, if you budget was like 1,000 to 2,000, there will be a difference.
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    Re: picture taking

    Quote Originally Posted by arcticreaver View Post
    nikon, cannon, sony, they are all pretty much the same.

    you have to realize that most of these cameras are basically or almost the same because in a compact camera, you can't really expect too much. now, if you budget was like 1,000 to 2,000, there will be a difference.
    I agree if going for a compact for in the pocket it wont make a lot of difference.

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