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Goko FR350

This camera sports an unusual focusing system, not seen on many (if any) cameras at this level, enabling the user to select different close-focus options down to 10cm. This requires a frame for making sure you get your flower in the photo and not your hand, but is a neat feature for such an otherwise basic camera.

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Goko AZS 700AF

This 35mm camera has a very sharp 35-70mm zoom, suitable for taking photos on slide, as well as print film - it is very good. The rest of the camera is quite basic, but does have a close focus macro mode down to 30cm. The silver green colour and rubbery controls are an acquired taste, but the biggest drawback is the lens protector there isn't one, so the high quality lens attracts dust, and fingerprints with ease - a great pity.

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Konica Z-UP 60

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Konica Z-UP 70 VP

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Konica Z-UP 110 VP

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Canon Sure Shot 105 zoom

One of the most popular Canon compacts on the market, for a number of reasons. The zoom control is on the front, which a lot of people find easier to use when looking through the viewfinder, and the flash is built-in, so it doesn't surprise anyone by popping up or out. The lens is pretty good too. The on/off switch however, is a bit fiddly and stiff to use.

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Canon Sure Shot 85 zoom

Similar in styling to the Canon Zoom 105, but with a smaller zoom range. The zoom action is noisy, and is operated by two separate buttons on the front of the camera, rather than a rocker switch - this often means taking your eye from the viewfinder in order to find which button does what. Also shares the same fiddly on/off dial as the 105.

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Contax TVS III

This camera houses a superb zoom lens in a very neat, robust casing, and is an ideal piece of kit for the discerning slide film user. The mechanics are excellent, the lens folding into the body easily, providing very good protection, and the control dials all work well. A date back facility and various custom settings are also included in what is undoubtedly a camera with some pedigree. It's also lightweight for a camera of all metal construction

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Fujifilm Clearshot 20auto

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Fujifilm Clearshot 60AF

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Canon Sure Shot BF

Similar in specification to the AF7s, but with slightly wider lens and no autofocus, although it still retains the very useful large viewfinder and easy load facility. The facility to rewind the film before it's finished is also useful, as is the chunky feel that stops fingers getting in the way of the lens and flash. Nicely packaged with case, film etc. - a good gift.

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Canon Sure Shot Classic 120

This Canon has attempted to turn back the clock with its retro design and has made a neat job of it. The solid build and stylish chrome and black finish look the part, and coupled with some useful modern features and a very good viewfinder, make it a pleasure to handle. Watch out for the flash, which pops out sideways, in an attempt to help reduce the dreaded red eye.

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Canon Sure Shot Z135

This compact is bulky compared with most of the more recent releases, but this is a benefit for anyone who finds difficulty in pressing small buttons - it doesn't have any! The main controls are built around a rotating dial, which is very easy to use, and the less used controls are hidden behind a neat flap. The flash could be prone to damage though, as it pops up above the camera body.

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Canon Sure Shot Z70W

A pretty sharp lens for this focal range, in a fairly compact package, makes it a good buy. Canon have been selling this model for a number of years so it does have a bit of a pedigree - however, the manual on/off, and pop-up flash are still prone to wear in the long term. A little bit slow to turn on and off, but the rotating command dial, common to a number of Canon compacts, is very easy to use.

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Canon Sure Shot Z90W

This camera's main feature is the 28-90mm lens range, which is extremely useful for a variety of subjects, notably landscapes and interiors at one end, and portraits at the other. It also boasts a number of flash options, but the novice may never use them. A couple of niggles - the on/off action is performed by sliding the lens cover manually (potentially wearing the mechanism) and the physical size of the unit for this lens range.

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Canon Sure Shot A1

You don't see many true underwater/weatherproof compacts these days, but Canon have the A1, which is very useful for anyone wanting a camera for taking snorkelling, skiing, snowboarding etc. The viewfinder is large enough to use with a mask or goggles, and the mode switch can be operated with gloved hands. The lens can easily be switched from Auto focus on land, to fixed focus underwater, and the outer casing is pretty sturdy to take knocks. Some may find the wide-angle only lens limiting.

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Canon Sure Shot AF 7

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Canon Sure Shot AF 7s

Very easy to use compact with a viewfinder that even your Granny could see through...its big! No gimmicks here, just point and shoot and let the camera's autofocus do the rest. The wind on mechanism works well and is cheap to run, using two AA batteries. The flash is effective even with ISO100 film, and the lens does its job well. Good value.

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Canon Sure Shot 76 Zoom

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Canon Sure Shot 60 Zoom

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