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wootdwoo wrote:Does the camera take photos (How many?) with its small bit of internal memory, or, do I HAVE to buy a micro SDHC card to take any photos?
14 megapixels should be around 6 MB or so (no more than 7 MB), so you're looking at a capacity of 10 pictures at max res on the internal memory only (lower resolution will give you more pictures). MicroSD cards, however, are DIRT cheap, however, $1 per GB is not a difficult target to hit.
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gak0090 wrote:Yeah me too. Squirrel!
I'm just hanging out, really.
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you get what you pay for with a point and shoot like this. ease of use sacrifices resolution in low light, unless you really love flash photography, shutterspeed has a bit of lag so time your shots. also the "face recognition" is annoying, anything with two small round objects close together is squared up as a face, go ahead, let your minds into the gutter.
THEY CALL ME SKIPPY JIFFNUTS ( i cant believe i was posting my full name up here for so long)
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mhelseth93 wrote:Anyone know how well they do in low light?
An unintended loaded question. If you hold the camera rock steady, and your subject is not moving, you can practically shoot in the dark. If you mean, "Can I get action shots of my kids inside with no flash?" the answer is "not often."
Cameras with f/5.6 lenses need at least an ISO of 12800 to hit a high enough speed for stuff like inside basketball action. Wait a few years or spend a LOT more money now if you need that!
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