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    It all depends on how you use it. You only get what you put into it, out of it. But essentially, it should be.


    O.K. that really helps. No kidding! Thanks. [/u][/quote]

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    Get a C-740 it's 339.00 at new egg and 10.00 shipping. Thats what I have and it's nice.

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    Can you drop me a link or tell me what company made it?

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    Actually the minolta is pretty much the same thing. And it's less at newegg it's 321.00 and shipping is FREE. Earlier today they had a deal on the C-740 where you could get a free 128mg xD card but thats gone now.

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...126-009&depa=0 - is the link for the Z1 on newegg.

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...111-119&depa=0 - is the link for the C-740 on newegg.

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    In my opinion Gulfstream, of the cameras you have asked about.

    Good: Z1

    Better: C-740/C-750

    I'd go with the Olys.
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    Equipment: A camera (who gives a rip about the brand?)

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    I checked yahooshopping and saw a Canon EOS Rebel Ti for $177.00 at the lowest price and $329.00 at the highest.
    <http://shopping.yahoo.com/p_canon-eos-rebel-ti_cameras_1991174240;_ylt=AnZ7x.3vgCTl5atUiq.74LkzjnUC?clink=dmss/canon/ctx=sc:alltech,c:ccameras,mid:6,pid:1991174240,pdid:6,pos:1&__yltc=s:41258547,d:96276958,sec:sr,slk:title,k:Canon,pdid:6,id:1991174240,pos:1,ppos:1>
    What?

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    O.K. Looks like I'm going with the C740 or the Dimage Z1.
    Any one want to add on to this?

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    Get the C-740, thats what I have it's nice . Olympus is very good quality cameras. Also make sure you get at least a 128 meg xD card, if your planning on taking it on trips and stuff any your gonna take lots of shots w/ it.

    The reason why that Rebel you saw was so low was cuz thats a film camera Rebel.

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    Film? What's film?

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    FujiFilm S-5000 Digital camera, 10x optical zoom, $399.99
    What do you think?
    Maybe not......

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    D60
    Sigma 50-500
    -> luv it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gulfstream1291
    Film? What's film?
    that are those very large once-use only memory cards, wich only the stores have cardreaders for them.

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    Fuji Finepix S304 i'm content with it but looking for something better. Have an S602z in mind.


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    I have a Minolta D7 5.2mp digital & a Minolta 7000I traditional camera.

    Almost always use the digital now - 28 to 200mm lens covers the majority of range I need and if more is needed the traditional camera has a 70-300mm zoom.

    (over 1000 on 'the other' site and a few on here)

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