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Hot - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H200 20.1 MP Digital Camera

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  • Oct 15th, 2013 12:34 pm
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[OP]
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Apr 20, 2012
136 posts
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Canada
Have you found a better price?
Jr. Member
Jun 12, 2006
179 posts
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Calgary
FYI it's $159.99 at Sony Store, Best Buy or Future Shop or $149 at Black's. Came across it this afternoon at Best Buy while looking for a camera.
[OP]
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Apr 20, 2012
136 posts
41 upvotes
Canada
My apologies.. I didn't know...
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Jan 18, 2013
612 posts
242 upvotes
Calgary
The camera seems to have a "meh" review - average at best.
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May 30, 2012
4167 posts
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BC
StoneColdWhat wrote: so hot you can't put the price in the topic.
that's how he can get more view count!
should have just written LAVA HOT
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Jun 5, 2012
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i would encourage moreposts, more post is like practice. it's easy to edit the post, go to advance in edit function, etc.. again just takes practice. :D
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Sep 6, 2013
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RFD
I say this camera's sensor is too small for me to buy it.

One should expect to pay a minimum of $300 for a camera nowadays, and even then such a camera would be entry level and be missing various useful features. Try for a minimum of $400 for starting decent camera.
Sinder
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Dec 17, 2008
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Sinder wrote: I say this camera's sensor is too small for me to buy it.

One should expect to pay a minimum of $300 for a camera nowadays, and even then such a camera would be entry level and be missing various useful features. Try for a minimum of $400 for starting decent camera.
This is completely untrue. There are lots of cameras that do just fine under $300 and most of the problem comes from inexperienced photographers relying on "useful features" to take the pic for them. If anything, cameras under $300 are better than they've ever been.
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Oct 28, 2006
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letigre98 wrote: This is completely untrue. There are lots of cameras that do just fine under $300 and most of the problem comes from inexperienced photographers relying on "useful features" to take the pic for them. If anything, cameras under $300 are better than they've ever been.
It's true if someone has no skills in photography and "needs" the camera to do all the work for him...

Otherwise, like you said, cameras under $300 can do the job just fine.
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Jan 8, 2004
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letigre98 wrote: This is completely untrue. There are lots of cameras that do just fine under $300 and most of the problem comes from inexperienced photographers relying on "useful features" to take the pic for them. If anything, cameras under $300 are better than they've ever been.


I grabbed this little point and shoot instead:

http://www.thesource.ca/estore/product. ... ct=8002429

http://snapsort.com/compare/Sony-CyberS ... -Sony-WX50
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Sep 6, 2013
222 posts
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RFD
The camera still has a small sensor. If you are OK with that then go ahead and buy it. I will stick with a DSLR camera.
letigre98 wrote: This is completely untrue. There are lots of cameras that do just fine under $300 and most of the problem comes from inexperienced photographers relying on "useful features" to take the pic for them. If anything, cameras under $300 are better than they've ever been.
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