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    Hi there, I am looking to choose up a new super-zoom soon. I am a photographic electronic camera beginner, so basically want something simple that will do most of the perform for me. I'm going on a Opera soon, hence the lengthy zoom capability, but would preferably like to keep the electronic camera in my wallet most of the relax of time.
    I have seen both the New samsung WB150F and Nikon Coolpix S8200 which have had fantastic opinions on the Cnet UK webpages, any guidance as to how these collection up against each other or if there is a clearly better electronic camera for my requirements for around the level, would be significantly valued.

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    The USA CNET opinions are not so fantastic for either electronic camera. If you are looking for fantastic picture, I would not choose either one. Quotation from the reviews: S8200 - "its picture isn't for everybody" WB150F - "The electronic camera's picture is hardly better than a smartphone's"

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    Thanks for the guidance - should I not go for the SX260 then? Is not this an update on the 230? Also what is your perspective on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30 (called the ZS20 in the US) is this in the same way good?

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    I am still incapable to discover any full-sized taste images from the SX260, It is so new that there are no complete opinions yet.
    Since it has a new zoom lens, I desired to see some images with the new zoom lens. But according to The canon eos reputation on this particular range of electronic cams, it should be a fantastic replace the SX230. It can be a fun function but if you keep it turned-on all plenty of it will decrease your power supply time by about 50 percent. Just something to keep in thoughts.

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    Thanks both - so I think I will be selecting one of those, I think whatever is quickest to use. What is the factor of the GPS feature? I mean just it just basically add a range on your picture which gives co-ordinates as to where you took it? Can't really see the appeal?

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    GPS application has gotten very innovative. There is application available that will let you know exactly where the picture was taken. Even story the place on a map.
    In some nations The search engines Applying can explain to you images of the top side of the place. i.e. Take Xmas images in your home and The search engines mapping can let you see images of the top side of your home.

    A no cost picture watching system known as IRFANVIEW has an comfortable accessibility GPS details in images.

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