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I haven't the expertise, but i have recently got a Panasonic Lumix TZ30, if you have time check it out online, maybe ideal for what you want maybe not.
Look at the Leica D-Lux4 or 5 or 6
I would recommend the Sony-NEX 7, a superb camera but about twice your price range.
The perfect camera is this year's latest release - doesn't become less than perfect until next year's offering comes along!
If you can still get one get the Canon S95 if not pay extra and get the Canon S100. Truly pocketable, truly compact.
Great images and video too (My S95 Videos, My S100 Videos)
I can't recommend the S100 highly enough. Some of my most successful images have been captured using this little beauty.
All these fab images shot with the tiny S100
Some good pictures there....all shot in "pro" mode....hmm I checked the specs and didn't find any mention of that one. Only "program auto".
But then Ken Rockwell is an experienced (and opinionated!) photographer who can probably get more from a camera than most, though it shows what the camera is capable of.
I also recommend the Leica d-lux 5, or it's panny brother, the Lumix LX 5 (the 6 is out too).
I never realise P mode stood for Pro. I've not used it. Perhaps I should.
Quote: I never realise P mode stood for Pro.
P usually means Program (full auto - easy mode)
Yes of course! Duh! Sorry, having a bad day (or should that be a blond day )
That's why I put the. . in there!
Full auto=point and shoot!
Damn! I have just realised that A doesn't stand for amateur! What does S stand for, any ideas?
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