New Digital camera ???

  clayton 10:20 13 Apr 04
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Hi all its my sisters birthday (15) & im thinking of getting her a digital camera, are any of these anygood ? Nikon Coolpix 2000 or Kodak CX4300 3.2 Mega Pixel thanks for any help.

  AndySD 10:33 13 Apr 04

click here and have a look

  anchor 11:30 13 Apr 04

It might be better if you gave us an idea of how much you wish to spend. That way it would be possible to broaden the choice.

  TomJerry 11:46 13 Apr 04

Kodak CX4300 is a old model and out fashioned. For your sister (15), better to get a cool one.
You could check out Casio EXILIM Zoom EX-Z3 £169 from click here or £185 from click here. Another one really cool is: Pentax Optio S4, £195 from here click here

  TomJerry 11:52 13 Apr 04

Casio EXILIM EX-S3 is really really cool (only 72g in weight), but more expensive, £213 click here, sepc see click here

  georgemac 12:00 13 Apr 04

casio qv-r40 4mp model and quite a neat camera - fully refurbished with 1 year warranty for £99, a good buy, these were on special offer at £180 just after new year - it only has 10 mb internal memory so you would have to buy a memory card too.

  georgemac 12:01 13 Apr 04
  clayton 12:09 13 Apr 04

Thanks everyone i showed the cameras to my sister & she decided on the kodak @ £50 + vat i dont think its a bad deal for a first camera.

  anchor 12:14 13 Apr 04

georgemac is right. The Casio QV-R40 looks very good, and a bargain at that price. Review here:

click here

Good prices for memory cards here:

click here

  steve0 12:15 13 Apr 04

Have used Adaware for a long time - always kept up to date, and it has never found anything - other than tracking cookies. That was until yesterday, when it found loads - seemed to have got a trojan - part of it was bridge.dll, running in system32. It got rid of all items, and had to manually stop bridge.dll from loading. So very grateful to the program.

My question is how did I get this in the first place? I have Norton 2003 - which is automatically updated, and Zone Alarm firewall. In fact it was ZoneAlarm that first gave me an indication of trouble - it spotted a program I'd never heard of wanting to act as a server.

In Norton's website they give info on bridge.dll, and it looks like only the latest version of Norton 2004 scans for this - what a rip off.

  steve0 12:16 13 Apr 04

Sorry - meant to do a new post

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