Need advice on buying an ultra compact cam ... for low-light environments
Hi all,.

I have an idea is to buy a utlra compact "pocket" cam which I can take with me while going out with my friends to clubs (low-light environments)..

I assume that I will use it in 70% low - 30 % high environments..

Besides that it should be as compact as possible and fit easily into a jeans pocket..

I had a closer look at Casio S600, S770, S880 models ! They seem to be very small and thin (around 17mm) which is exactly what I need but unfortunatly the reviews say they are awfull in low-light envs..

Fujizu F30 seems to be much better in low-light situations but it's considerably thicker with 28mm ....

Thats a dilemma... .

Any has anyone n advice for me?.


Comments (5)

Fuji's Z5fd is supposed to be good at low light because it has Fuji's Super CCD-HR sensor, although the sensor size is only 1/2.5 compared to the F31fd's 1/1.7. Note: There's also a newer model, the Z10fd but it doesn't have a Super CCD sensor. However, I don't have one and I haven't tested it...

Comment #1

Mrfilter wrote:.

Thats a dilemma... .


There's no dilemma, only a choice to be made based on what's really important to you: size or the ability to take (better) low-light pictures. In the final analysis, are you going to be showing off your camera or your pictures?.

Kind regards,Yin..

Comment #2

Thanks for replies gentlemen!.

Yin, my point is not to show off with my camera. I dont give a damn how it looks like. My point is how it fits into my pocket. When I go out to a club I already have my keys, my mobile, my wallet etc in my pockets ... so I am trying to reduce the weight of the assesoires I carrie with me to increase comfort..

So it's concurent criteria here I am trying to match .....

I just saw that Fuji F40 is only 23mm thick ... it might be a good alternative to F30. Any feedback on F40 and night game ? .



Comment #3

The Fuji F50 is pretty small, it doesn't do quite as well in low light as the F30 but F30-f31 are sold out, you'll have a really hard time finding one...

Comment #4

Canon SD870IS. It's real small, and the IS will let you keep the ISO at a reasonable level in less light. No ultra-compact is going to be great in low light, but this will probably do better than most. In good light, it should be killer...

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