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best digital camera for concerts

I'm looking for a digital camera (no more than $350) that would be suitable for taking photos at concerts,i'm tired of coming out with dark photos all the time Sad


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Fuji FinePix F30

I asked this question on all kinds of photography boards and got the same answer on every one, Fuji FinePix F30. I researched it and bought it on for $313 total. Its a really great camera and small so its easy to sneak into shows when you need too. It has a manual mode so you can change settings when you need too. I was a little afraid of how the automatic mode would turn out because no one really mentioned it in the reviews I read and I knew I need a good automatic mode, and I'm not disappointed at all. The pictures turn out really great even on some of the lower resolutions. It works out really well in dark situations and the higher ISO's dont produce a lot of noise like with other cameras. I really love the flash boost thing (I forget the name of it) for when I'm farther from the stage. Overall I get really great pictures no matter what the shooting situation is. Hope this helps you outHappy

Tabitha xoxo

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Fuji FinePix F30

Thank you for your input,i appreciate it Happy

I don't want to be adjusting the settings manually cause i always end up screwing everything up,but you said the automatic modes are good so that's great.

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