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4 manufacturers to choose from for a 4mp

by jonckramer / October 13, 2004 8:50 AM PDT

How do people feel about Fugifilm and Kodak digital cameras? I know that Cannon is a good manufacturer but I'm also looking at a Minolta. The cameras...Fugi5100,Cannon Powershot G2/3,Minolta Dimage Z2,Kodak7490/7590. Thanks for your help!

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Re: 4 manufacturers to choose from for a 4mp
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / October 13, 2004 11:49 AM PDT

I am not too keen on Fujifilm cameras.
They work fine but don't seem to stand-out in any way.

I have changed my mind on Kodak.
They have finally smelled the coffee and are producing some upscale gear. They are using Schnieder (spelling) lenses on their better cameras.

The Canon powershot G2/3 are out of production.
The latest is G6.

I just used a Konica-Minolta Z2 at a wedding. The reception hall was a bit dark and the powerful flash on the Z2 was a life saver.

I also used an older Olympus point-and-shoot. I had a good bit of noise in those photos due to weaker flash. But a software noise filter saved the day.

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Re: 4 manufacturers to choose from for a 4mp
by newtriumvirate / November 3, 2004 10:27 AM PST

The Canons are the highest rated, but probably much more expensive than the others. If price doesn't matter than probably one of those. Personally, I say the Z2 because its the camera that I intend to buy. It's fast and has a great zoom. I've had good results with lower tier fuji models as well and so the only one I wouldn't recomend would be Kodak who isn't known for picture quality.

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