canona70 v fujia303 v fujia310

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suzi2662

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Hope you guys can help! want to be able to take close up pics of new born kittens upto adult to mainly put on my website, so shutter speed is important with the little darlings moving all the time,also just to take pics for ebay etc,occassionally ones of the family:clown: . also would the canona60 be any good or is it worth getting the 3 pixel plus ones??? any advice /help greatly needed!!
 
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Jayde

Guest
hi suzi :)
firstly dont touch the fuji 310 for various reasons
303 seems better umm
canon 70 > see the 80 model scored highest here (almost 4 mp)

clik on pro reviews then find cheepest on list
here
http://uk.pricerunner.com/photography/digital-cameras/browse?sort=4

my choice !
see my other post...for the pana`s LC43 4mp is a bargain @ £179 Leica lens :)
slightly greedy for power and not the best in low light !
its damn pretty in champagne color tho :) jus j/k lol
http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/lc43.html
or
http://uk.pricerunner.com/photograp...11=&a_713=&a_705=&a_715=&a_701=&a_716=&a_717=

good luck !

i love kittens, but can never eat a whole one :laugh:
post pics link plz !
 
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suzi2662

Guest
are panasonic any good though??cant find the model on pricerunner? or ebay! it might be a bargain but i need reliability as well! am being put off the a70 cos of the lcd scratching and the battery door etc,the a60 seems to have a far better rightup as well . whats wrong with fuji 310? think i need a cup of tea and aspirin,head spinning after trying to look at all the reviews lol

suzi :0)
 
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Jayde

Guest
hi
solly i confused you, take your time with this, but like you i started lookin for fuji @ 1st cos they webcams too..plumped for pana cos of features n price @ uk digital . co . uk
the canons are good the 80 shines tho...

i posted two LC43 review links
http://uk.pricerunner.com/photography/digital-cameras/153295/details
other link above
and yeh its exc camera and both reviews echo this..

http://www.ukdigital.co.uk/

fuji 310 link
http://uk.pricerunner.com/photography/digital-cameras/149793/reviews
not great is it

pricerunner has reviews and prices to make it easy
just put camera model no in search box
or
maybe ask the mod here > networkguy for advice
hope thas more helpful
Regars
J.

get more opinions ?
lots of > forums < on each model of camera here http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/forum.asp?forum=1010
 
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matiano

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I too would rule out the 310, the A70 is a marvellous little all round camera. It has essentially the exact same features as the A80 but minus a mp. The only other advantage the A80 might have over the A70 when taking tricky pics is the 'swivelly screen' allowing u to angle the camera awkwardly whilst still viewing the LCD screen, could be handy for your moving targets.
If however you will not be printing too huge, the A70 should be ok up to 12x8ish, then u might not consider it worth the £50 extra for the swivel screen of the A80. You alsoe mentioned about displaying your prints on screen, obviously the A70 will look perfectly smashing on screen as the additional pixel of the 80 would not be apparent.
In this range the canons really shine in my opinion.

I would go for the A80 budget depending, otherwise stick with the A70 out of your original 3.
 
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oldgrumpy

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I have a canon A70 . An excellent canera that I can recommend. The A60 is the same camera but with only 2 MP. This will be fine for e-mail, the web and viewing on a PC. Still fine for standard size prints (6x4, 7x5) but if you want to do enlargements frequently then get some more MPs. The A60 is very cheap at them moment if cost is important to you.

David
 
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matiano

Guest
Just to let u know the A70 has been reduced in price everywhere, as the A75 is now out. Its essentially the same camera with a few cosmetic changes (bigger screen, marginally simpler control interface) but is £50 more pricey than the A70 for the same spec and build.
 

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