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Minolta TC-1

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Nikon AF 240

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Nikon OneTouchZoom 90

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Nikon LiteTouchZoom 120ED

This is one of the best Nikon compacts for some time and uses their latest lens technology to produce a cracking zoom that gives great results. Apart from the lens (which is the best bit!), the camera has some neat touches, including eyepiece correction for spectacle wearers, and a wider auto focus area to reduce out-of-focus photos. The sliding lens cover acts as the on/off switch, the flash popping up, ready for use.

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Nikon LiteTouchZoom 70W

Nikon have come up trumps with their wide zoom compact - it's very good value and works very well, with all the essentials for point-and-shoot photography, and enough wide-angle to get Auntie Mabel in as well. Sporting a nice silver shell with gold livery, it looks nice too. Unfortunately it?doesn't possess the ED glass lens of its bigger brother, but you can't have everything!

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Minolta Riva Zoom 105

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Minolta Riva Zoom 75W

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Minolta Riva Zoom 70

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Minolta AF 35

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Minolta AF 50

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Leica C1

Leica cameras have been around for many years, and are known not only for their quality of design, optics, desirability, and little red logo, but the cost to the end user......us! Now you can own a compact with all the above qualities, without the latter... well, almost! Top quality, many features, great lens and pocketability is the order of the day. This would suit any photographer wanting super shots, and a collectable camera at the same time.

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Leica Z2X

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Minolta Riva Zoom 150

This is a very compact unit, especially as it houses a 4X zoom lens - it is reputably the smallest of its type at present. The ergonomic styling certainly makes the camera easy to use and all the controls are well laid out. The autofocus is one of the units strongest features, although the large zoom range would mean using fast (ISO400) film most of the time, to avoid camera shake.

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Minolta Riva Zoom 125

Minolta have changed the body style of its latest range of 35mm compacts, giving them a well -rounded, neater finish, which is certainly more eye-catching than before. The zoom mechanism is very smooth and quiet and all the controls are very positive to operate. We can't imagine anyone not liking this camera - it's a cracker!

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Minolta Riva Zoom 90

The Minolta Zoom 90 has one of the best zoom ranges in its class, incorporating both close-up and portrait modes, to make picture taking easier. Both the size and weight make this a very pocketable camera, that has easy loading and some useful flash modes for more advanced use. But can equally be used as a great point-and-shoot camera.

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Konica POP Mini

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Konica Lexio 70

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Leica minilux zoom

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Leica minilux

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Konica Z-UP 120 VP

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