Digital cameras

Discussion in 'UK Community Board' started by Bovril, Feb 28, 2002.

  1. Bovril

    Bovril Earning My Ears

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    Hi all,

    it can't be the uk community board without the digital camera debate!

    so put your thinking caps on, which digi camera came out the best buy?

    I was talking to DH about them and he said OK look into it, so I thought I know where I can get some advice- you guys

    so over to you

    what, where and how much?
     
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  3. Nita

    Nita Mouseketeer

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    LOL what a great Idea feeling like home already
    Will be following this thread with interest as this is something on the top of my shopping list ;)
    Dont know anything about them ;)
     
  4. jayne2

    jayne2 Earning My Ears

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  5. caroley

    caroley Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

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    Yes, I think in the end about 10? of us bought the 2600. As well as internetcameras direct, it's worth checking prices at ukDigital, FotoFirst, and Dabs
    Accessories are cheap at 7dayshop.
    A review of the 2600 can be found here.
    Someone posted on the old board that Amazon had the 2600 at a new low price.
     
  6. anne1

    anne1 Earning My Ears

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    Yes

    Its £229 or nearly that on Amazon, but you've postage on top.

    Dixons had brought their prices down and were doing 6 months interest free credit as well.

    I'm still waiting to see if they'll drop a bit more, as I don't need it really until Charlotte has to wear "the boat on her head and funny shoes" for the puppet festival:D

    Anne
     
  7. Mpet

    Mpet Mouseketeer

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    Well, I can only say that I am very pleased with my Fuji 2600. I did the 6 months interest free
    credit with Curry's (well I did have a holiday to spend my cash on!)

    I am no way a techie, but it is easy peasy to use and the quality of the photo's are excellent. The battery life is very good - a thumbs up from me!

    The only 'problem' I had - which was my fault, is that you have to be fairly 'firm' when you push the button to take a photo. On a few ocassions I wasn't and I didn't get the shot. Still after a bit more practice - no problem


    Maxine
     

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