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Since 2004 I have used a Kodak Easyshare CX7330 digital camera. It has been a good camera and has given decent results. The only shortcomings are its inability to take decent photos indoors or at night. 3.1 MP and 3x Optical zoom

 

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So this weekend I decided to upgrade...

 

I bought a Canon Powershot SD700 IS

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I don't have it yet but will be picking it up at Best Buy in the next few days.. It was on sale for $390 (reg. $470).. It is the only camera in its class with optical image stabilization, something I thought would be quite important for night and action shots. 6.0 MP and 4x Optical Zoom.

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Jusqu'à cet été, j'utilisais un vieil appareil à film et zoom interchangeable qui datait des années 70-80. Je l'ai encore, mais je me rappelles plus la marque.

 

Cet été, je me suis fait plaisir et je me suis acheté un Nikon D50 avec un zoom Nikon AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm.

 

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Cet automne, j'ai acheté un zoom Nikon AF-Nikkor 70-300mm.

 

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jusqu'a il y a 2 semaines, une Canon PowerShot A75 qui est morte dans mes mains

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HAha! mon A75 est mort dans mes mains aussi en avril (juste après avoir visité le 400 Sherbrooke ouest), mais avec la garantie je l'ai fait réparer...

Aujourd'hui, mon appareil tout usé a plus de 3 ans et demi, et a pris plus de 38 000 photos!

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J'ai une:

 

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Image stabilization

1/1.8" sensor

6x optical zoom

high quality lens

1600 ISO with grain reduction

apperture and shutter priority / exposure compensation

 

SLR-level features in a compact :) Set me back 400$ including memory card though, which is like 95% of my budget considering i'm a broke university student

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