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Digital Cameras
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2 Jul 2009, 18:25
Leona Wren
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I'm missing much of Kaidance's most precious memories. Do any of you have any suggestions for digital cameras that are budget friendly?
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2 Jul 2009, 19:59
Tam I Am
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I got a little Kodak point and shoot for about 100 bucks. WalMart seriously has some good deals on cameras alot of the time.
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2 Jul 2009, 20:06
*~Loving You~*
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There's some cheaper kind maybe 20 bucks or key chain type I kno target had a dignal camera that works -- it was a gift card (cool huh)
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2 Jul 2009, 20:06
*~Loving You~*
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And CL wworks 2
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2 Jul 2009, 20:49
*Forever Changing*
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I have an olympus camera, I bought it for like 50 on ebay but I need to get rid of it, since my mother in law gave me her new one, message me.
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3 Jul 2009, 13:02
Hayley McBayley
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I've had loads of cameras (because I seem to always break or lose them!! lol) and I find that canon are the best. I got one for my 16th Birthday and it was a canon powershot (I can't remember the exact name) and it was brilliant. I absolutely loved it!! I don't think it was too expensive either, maybe you could google 'camera stores' and you can most probably look for cameras under a certain amount of money, certain makes. etc :)
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3 Jul 2009, 13:17
panda bear.
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I would totally sell you my old one. Works like a charm! And I miss using it, but I have a better camera now. It cost me 300$ when I bought it... but that was some two years ago ;D

Try Wal Mart, I don't suggest Kodak, they're done me wrong a few times. I'd say sony.
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2 Jul 2009, 18:34
.youll.carry.me.
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check freecycle.org in your area, or the local craigslist
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2 Jul 2009, 20:01
Transit
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I have a fujifilm S8000, what do you plan your budget to be? There are a lot of summer sales on at the moment so you can get more for your money.
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2 Jul 2009, 20:13
Leona Wren
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I want something that takes professional looking photos but don't have to spend $200. And when I say professional at least decent. ha ha.
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2 Jul 2009, 20:43
Mami 2 ♥ 1
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i have a polaroid digi cam i got from walmart for about $100. in my opinion for i love cannon more. but polaroid was what i could afford.
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2 Jul 2009, 21:29
.love.struck.
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Sony Powershot is pretty good. I bought one for my mom for mother's day. It was $159 with the memory card about $50. It was about $200 total. They are pretty good. 12.1 mp, better than my camera!
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2 Jul 2009, 21:30
.love.struck.
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Oh, depending on how much memory you want, you can find memory cards cheaper than $50.
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2 Jul 2009, 21:38
onalevel
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I second the sony powershot if you just want something to take good snapshots of your child, also nikon coolpix is great too. Or you could also get a lower end slr, and those you can get for up to $300 or watch really closely on ebay,craigslist, and watch fliers for specials.
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3 Jul 2009, 12:41
~RedFraggle~
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The thing with digital cameras is that the cheaper ones often aren't as good. I used to own cheaper ones (mostly Fuji) and the colour was never very good and they were often blurry if I moved the camera just slightly, especially if the light wasn't great.

I'd suggest looking online as they tend to be cheaper. Try amazon, and photography websites. I bought my Canon Ixus 80 (great camera) online and it was £150 with a case and memory card.

I've been told Sony Powershots are good too.
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3 Jul 2009, 21:25
.love.struck.
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Digital cameras can be expensive, but if you shop around you can find some amazing deals. I would suggest buying a camera that is good in quality. Getting one because it's cheap back fires on you. You have to go out and buy another one and it just makes more sense to buy a quality camera from the beginning. I paid $325 for mine 4 years ago and it still works great! It was pretty expensive but it has last me this long.
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4 Jul 2009, 00:43
Beautiful Lies
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I bought an 8.1 MP Nikon Coolpix for $88 dollars on sale. I think it's like $125 regular priced. It's quite nice and has some great features for being so inexpensive. Nikon's are pretty good cameras too! Again it depends on what you want, but I wouldn't suggest getting less than 8MP, the pictures can get kind of craptacular.

Good Luck!
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4 Jul 2009, 05:19
»Olivia«
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My camera is a amazing Olympus one that would've cost me over $800 if it wouldn't have been on sale for $400...:-P
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4 Jul 2009, 23:46
Lauren.
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I'm assuming by Sony Powershot they're talking about the Cyber-Shot because when I googled it, thats what it pulled up (I thought I was out of the loop, lol). The only digital cameras I have had in the past 5 years are cyber-shot's. I love my cyber-shot. It was $300 when I first got it, but that was 2 years ago.. I think this one is around $150 now. It's a 7.2 megapixel and I think it takes amazing pictures. It has face recognition, macro, video, tons of different lighting options, etc. and it takes GREAT pictures that are full of color and VERY sharp. I'd highly recommend one!
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13 Jul 2009, 04:47
trying4miracle#1
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I have a Sony Cyber-Shot 13.6 megapixel it was about $350 last year when I bought it and I think it's like $250 now
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