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Agfa DC-504

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Agfa DC-530i

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Agfa DC-533

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Agfa DC-630

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Agfa DC-733

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Agfa DC-735

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Olympus mju -7010

[i]manufacturer's description:[/i] Incredibly slim design and superior optics are in perfect harmony in the Olympus -7010. The latest addition to the popular series features an impressive 7x wide optical zoom in a chic body. Proving that style does not exclude high-end functionality, this ultra-slim model also boasts Dual IS. AF tracking and i-Auto mode are on hand to take the guesswork out of picture perfect memories. In addition, the -7010 makes photographic expression even easier with new creative Magic Filters everyone can enjoy. It comes in three attractive colours: Starry Silver, Titanium Grey and Candy Pink. The state-of-the-art -7010 will be available from August 2009.

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Kodak Z740

Great for snap shots and more serious photography

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Canon SX10 IS

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX700

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX700 is a small pocketable sized digital camera which is big on megapixals and specification. It has a 14.1 megapixel MOS sensor, a Leica DC lens with a F2.2 - F5.9 aperture, 5x optical zoom, 24mm wide angle, 10fps burst shooting, I.R intelligent resolution technology and a touch panel 3in LCD. It also shoots full HD 1920x1080i, has intelligent auto and a power optical image stabiliser.

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Toshiba PDR-M70

A simple design following the shape of a basic compact, with centre placed LCD panel showing mode details set on the buttons below it's all very familiar. It doesn't have the robust feel of, say, a Canon or Nikon, but the 3.3 million pixels, Canon lens and good user control makes it otherwise competitive among the conventional camera names.

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Toshiba PDR-M60

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Toshiba PDR-M5

The bulky cyber styling may put traditionalists off who will be joined by those who want a pocketable camera. The system produces images that are slightly cold, fortunately you'd only notice this if comparing one make with another so it shouldn't be a problem. The image compression system seems to produce images with harsh edges too and while sharp the pictures can look too digital.

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Sony Mavica MVC-FD95

The beast of Bodmin. This camera has the backend of a Mavica and the front end of a camcorder. It's huge! Why? Because it houses a 10x zoom with a 20x digital extension. Sports and wildlife photographers will find this lens a benefit. Most of us would find the camera too big to take out. The resolution at 2.1million pixels is the highest yet in a Mavica design, but you don't get many pictures per floppy disk, so you'll either need to take a huge pile of disks or a computer to continually download images. not exactly portable!

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Sony Mavica MVC-FD85

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Sony Mavica MVC-FD90

Another chunk Mavica made bigger because of the 8x optical lens that delivers a 41-320mm focal length range. Many are put off by the size and relatively low resolution, but if you shoot subjects at a long distance you're better off using a lower resolution camera with a powerful lens than trying to greatly crop a higher resolution picture.

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Sony Mavica MVC CD1000

Sony are a great believer in simple storage and the Mavica takes the floppy disk format to new levels here with a model that records images onto CD. This means you get a massive storage capacity to hold hundreds of pictures that are on a format that's compatible with most computers. It makes the camera big but you also gain a 10x zoom with 20x digital option. The camera incorporates Optical Steady Shot to help keep the image stable and the resulting picture free from camera shake. If taking large numbers of pictures is important this offers a practical solution.

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Sony Mavica MVC-FD73

Entry level Mavica, which by the side of a normal digital camera looks stupidly large. The reason for this is Mavica's store pictures on floppy disks. This not only makes them easier to access from your own PC but also easier to send to other users and for them to access. You can store up to 40 images on one disk, so it offers very low cost storage, but it's only 350,000 pixel resolution and is a hefty camera to carry around.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S70

One of the more expensive three million pixel camera but mention Carl Zeiss lens to any photo enthusiast and he'll tell you it's worth the cash. Sony teamed up with Carl Zeiss to marry their electronics with the finest maker of lenses. These lenses, used on Hasselblad and Contax cameras, deliver stunning edge to edge resolution so results should be better than the competitors. Some magazine tests have suggested this not to be the case, but we can't fault the optical quality. It's main problem is the sluggish AF making it hard to take pictures quickly.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S50

This streamline version of the F505 has a more pocketable 3x zoom and Sony make not Carl Zeiss. Like all Cybershots, it takes MemoryStick, and has a 2.1 million pixel resolution. The display is bright, the functions easy to control and overall as good as the competition in this price point.

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