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Need help buying a camera

Posted by yesican (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 17, 07 at 20:11

The more I look, the more confused I get. I'm presently using a little Kodak EasyShare C530 but I'm very unhappy with my photos. I want to be able to take good close ups plus zoom for wild life. Under $400. I need something very easy to operate. Is there a camera for me? Maybe a Canon?


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RE: Need help buying a camera

I think you'll be happy with the canon S3IS or the previous model S2IS [cheaper]..should be about
$400.-

Here are some examples from the S2IS...super macro and 12x zoom [my wife took these]
Old World Swallowtail Caterpillar

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Jasper mountain with Elk
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Red-breasted nuthatch
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Konrad


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RE: Need help buying a camera

Wow! Yes, I think I would. Going to look it up now. Thanks!


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