Recommend a camera / video camera

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    TJB said:

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    I'm off to Florida next week so I'm in the market for a super zoom camera and or video camera. I have a bridge camera at the minute but I don't fancy having it hung around my neck all the time whilst walking around Disney. I could do with something I can just stick in my pocket. I could also use a new video camera so if anyone has any recommendations I'd be grateful.

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    {{909}} said:

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    you wont be carrying a bag? Its fine having a small camera, but if its in your pocket, you won't be taking many photos with it

    I carry my heaving DSLR everywhere on a black rapid style strap, it keeps it out the way and is always on hand for any photo ops.
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    escapead said:

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    What we say you want to be but you didn't hung on your neck in future if their is any folding camera released i will let you know.. Good day..
     
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    TJB said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by escapead View Post
    What we say you want to be but you didn't hung on your neck in future if their is any folding camera released i will let you know.. Good day..
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    ProShotUK said:

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    Besides a bridge camera your choice is limited to video car as with rubbish stills capability or stills camera with excellent video quality.
    That lease DSLR or COMPACT. Think OPTICAL ZOOM before digital zoom. Digital zoom relies upon megapixels. Optical relies on lenses.
    Shooting wildlife? DSLR! Shooting portraits and landscapes? Compact. Bridge is lighter than DSLR and has the benefits of both types. Stick with what you have or get a cheap compact with good optical zoom. Under 100/$140 is your top end.

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