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    I am looking for a new compact superzoom camera to go along with my slr (nikon d90)...I have narrowed down to the casio ex-fh100, fuji finepix f80exr, panasonic lumix dmc-zs7. Any owners/buyers who have looked into these cameras? I have ruled out the nikon, canon and sony competitors, but recently the samsung hz35w caught my eye. However, not sure about samsung's quality. I have previously owned a casio, fuji and panasonic and generally been happy with their cameras. Appreciate the help!
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    You probably can't go wrong with any of those choices. I have the Fuji F70EXR and it is a great camera. Put it in EXR/D-Range Priority mode and the results are impressive.

    So far there is only one review listed for the F80EXR:

    Fujifilm FinePix F80EXR Review | PhotographyBLOG

    It seems he liked the F70EXR better:

    Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR Review | PhotographyBLOG

    Here are a couple of pictures I took at 10x, cropped but not edited:

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    Last edited by BobKy; 05/06/2010 at 09:05 AM.
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    Try out the camera. Some compact cameras have poor macro (taking pictures of small objects)ability. Others have software included. But basically any camera is good and if you post pictures on the internet you also need lower resolution than the 10mb pixels.

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