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chopper

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SITEX 2010 will be here on Nov 25-28, anyone going there with any purchase in mind?

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Where is sitex held this year?

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es-star91

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expo, hall 4-6, 11am-9pm.

kinda not in need of anything right now... would love to have a new laptop/dslr next year though.

This message was edited by es-star91 on 09 Nov 2010 01:38 AM

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chopper

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ohh, my friend just bought a new camera and was trying it out. now make me interested in getting one too hahah. wonder if there will be the panasonic new camera GF2 anot. looks pretty good, can mount 3D lens haha

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panasonic's decent for point and shoot cameras I guess. You should also consider Canon.

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es-star91

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Hw about sony? good for starters like me?

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Sony cameras look better than it works.

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maomel

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Check out Nikon Coolpix S1100pj (S$569). It comes with an integrated pico (pocket-sized) projector, and you can project your photos on the go!

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chopper

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I read that the Canon's g12 is really good, but kinda expensive for a point and shoot.. DSLR like bulky, maybe I wait for new micro 4thirds.. heard olympus has some new ideas.

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