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Best "Quality over Quantity" point and shoot for £130


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I'm a real newbie, but I've got £130 (could stretch to £150) to spend on a point and shoot camera.

There seem to be so many on the market and I just don't know where to start. Lots of them seem to have increasing mega pixel sizes, but surely this is just a gimmick?

Ultimately I want quality over quantity as I'll be taking pics of my kids.

I've seem mention of the Casio Z1050 and Z1080 (though I can't actually see the difference between the two). Also the Casio EXZ70, Canon Ixus 75, Fuji F30 and the Samsung NV8.

So you can see I'm open to all/any advice/recommendations and any help would be greatly appreciated.




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for hols and nights I have the Casio Exilim, its the s500 which is an older model, and I must say it is truly superb and sooooo tiny. Great to pop in your pocket. Feel free to have a nose at the quality www.bexpics.fotopic.net none of the pics on here have been post processed so whay you see is what you get!

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