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Old 07-15-2010, 11:08 PM   #12
Sophia_77
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I used to use a Canon, but I had to upgrade my megapixels badly. (I was working with 3.2 megapixels.) On a small budget, I switched to Kodak EasyShare Z915. If you need a budget camera with some nice features, you really can't beat it for $140, which is what Staples has been selling it for the last few weeks.

It has 10X optical zoom, 10 megapixels, all the fiddly settings my Canon S1 IS had, and Image Stabilizer. The only drawback for me (and it's a minor detail) is that there is no traditional "viewfinder"; you have to take all pictures by looking at the LCD screen. The only time I have trouble with this is in bright daylight, and it may have to do with my prescription sunglasses being polarized.

HTH!
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