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Reserve and Collect DSRs


muddypaws
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Yesterday I purchased a camera by the 'reserve and collect' system at Curry's. In spite of reading all the reviews before hand that highly recommended it I find the picture quality is inferior to my Kodak compact and Fuji bridge cameras.

I paid for it on collection so it appears from looking at DSR regs the circumstances are outside the regs as I had an opportunity to examine it in store.

I tried it in store the day before and naturally the screen display was very good.

I wouldn't have found this problem by opening the box in store. So really it is my disappointment rather than a defect.

So I assume it is take it back and see what the shop says.

The camera is a Canon SX230HS. so if anyone has the same camera perhaps they could comment on it.

Thanks.

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hssutton

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Image stablisation page 173 of your manual.

Continuous shooting page 87 of your manual

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muddypaws

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hssutton

Thanks for your time.

I managed to find it last night, but it is only visible in certain modes. Greyed out in some. That what was puzzling me. ( a polite way of saying driving me up the wall!).

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