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camera selection...

I want to buy a digital camera in range of 350$
can anyone suggest me a better camera in this range.
I don't know much about cameras so can't tell any specifications

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Not enough information

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You haven't given enough information to indicate what type of camera you want. If you look at the cameras that Cnet has reviewed, you'll see many cameras with a rating of 7.0 and above. If you pick one of those, you should be OK. If the camera was reviewed prior to 2007, it's probably no longer being sold.

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choosing a camera

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As a photography instructor I have used many different brands of cameras; canon, olympus, nikon, etc...
6 months ago I purchased 2 Fujifilm Finepix S6000fd cameras in the price range that you are in. At first I was skeptical about this brand, but I read multiple reviews and decided to give them a try. These cameras are excellent for the money. Takes great pictures, nice lens, zoom, film speeds, shutter speeds, easy to use, holds up to student use.
For under $350 you can't go wrong with this camera. Not as good as a Nikon D80, but that will cost you over $900.

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