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Tom

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I've had my camera nicked (well ... more lost, and it hasn't been handed into a lost property thing) and therefore am looking for a new one.

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/52965 has caught my eye but I'd like to hear what people recommend, my budget will be £300 but I will be able to go higher if it gets be any benefits. :)

I'd like to hear what you recommend, thanks!
 
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Looks similar to my camera (s602) but with a few extra megapixels. I think my camera produces half decent photos (see my site), my only complaint is that it's not a dSLR :lol:
 

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Looks good, you have a very healthy budget! And how did you lose a camera? May i ask what camera you lost?
 

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Tom said:
I've had my camera nicked (well ... more lost, and it hasn't been handed into a lost property thing) and therefore am looking for a new one.

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/52965 has caught my eye but I'd like to hear what people recommend, my budget will be £300 but I will be able to go higher if it gets be any benefits. :)

I'd like to hear what you recommend, thanks!

If you can find an extra ton, I would recomend a Fuji Finpix S9500 - should be able to pick one up on the High St for under £400, even less if you can buy online.
 

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David V2 said:
Just looking through and saw this by chance :mrgreen:

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/96197/rb/19790479229

9.2mp for £325!! What a deal! I recommend this as well!

WELL worth it at that price - If I can produce half decent shots with this camera anyone can (See my fotopic site for any shots since the 25th of May). No messing about with zoom buttons - just twist the lens like the good old days!

Try googling it for reviews etc - don't think I've seen a bad review yet.
 

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Looks a good camera to be and Fujifilm are one of the top brands so i'd definitely go for it.
 
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