Hands-on: Acer Predator Triton 700 review
Hi guys. I want to go soon on holydays and want to buy a digital camara (around 130) and a camcorder (max £250).I'd like to hear opinions about what could be best.
Aside from that, I think the best format for a camcorder is one that record straight to D.V.D. Is it right?.Thanks
After much searching, probing and window shopping for a digital camera I came across the Fuji Z5 review.
So went out and bought it. I think the review was spot on.
Great camera and so handy. Didn't get the pink one though.
sorry, posted this in your thread by mistake, yours prompted mine.
However, the camera is very compact.
In Dixons it is £126 for the silver model, Jessops £199.
I got mine from Boots, cost £150 including 1 gb card.
The true cost was £150 for the camera alone,but there is an advantage points offer of 1000 points on any fuji camera until 31 July At first they didn't credit me with 600 points for the camera cost but after querying they did. oh yes, the it was an extra 150 points for purchases over £20. This brought the camera price down to £133.
They have a 10% offer on memory cards and an extra 10% off camera equipment as I bought a camera, so although still more than the web, it brought prices down to an acceptable level for me.
Also, 30 free digital prints.
Hope that hasn't confused you, it took me ages to work it all out!
click here to go to PCA review.
"sorry, posted this in your thread by mistake, yours prompted mine."
Should have read
"sorry posted my thread in your thread by mistake"
I am now going for a cup of copy, its not my day for keyboard work.
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