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PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 2:22 am 

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I'm looking at superzoom cameras, leaning towards the Panasonic FZ100 or the new Sony HX100v. I am interested in doing more outdoor photography, but don't wanna get back into (D)SLR's and this seems a logical way to go. Mostly wildlife, scenery, etc. One big reason I like the superzooms, aside from the flexibility of the long lens, is that they have viewfinders. I've yet to be satisfied with the screens outdoors.

Anyway, it occurred to me while reading of the video capabilities of these puppies that perhaps there's a camcorder out there that could do stills as well as these cameras; perhaps not as many choices of settings, and not many manual control offerings, but maybe better image stabilization? I don't know. Is it worth it to look at some of them assuming about the same price and zoom range?

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