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What Digital Camera to get?


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Hey everybody at M-F! Well In 3 weeks im going to vacation to boston, and im driving so ill be going through a lot of beautiful places. On the way back im going through canada and Im going to Niagra Falls. So Im thinking about getting a digital camera to take with me. So I have about a $150-$200 budget just for a simple point and shoot camera. So does anyone have any suggestions on what camera to get? Anyones that you use and are happy with that you would recommend?

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Try checking this and you might find what you're looking for.

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Check out the Canon IXUS series, they're the best.

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I would also recommend getting a Canon camera. They are simply top notch pieces of equipment


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Im leaning toward a Kodak right now. Im just not seeing why Canon are so superior to all the rest.

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Pretty much all the Canon SD series cameras are great. They are consistently ranked very high among compact P&S cameras while other brands are hit and miss. Check out some review sites and you'll see that they are highly regarded as the best among companies.
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I also heard Fujis are really good. Correct?

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I'd look into a camera with a wide angle lens if you'll be shooting a lot of panorama photos.

Panasonic has a few affordable models that have a 28mm equivalent lens and I think one of canon's p&s models does as well.

You'll be able to capture more of the view...
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