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On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 17:16:49 -0400, [email]pltrgysthotpop.com[/email] wrote: >On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 14:22:21 +1200, Chris Gunn ><gunncbidontspamme.inet.net.nz> wrote: > >>Like that's going to happen. >> >>I recommend getting 2 1gb cards instead of 1 2gb card! >> >>Well actually I don't. I'm being Funny! > >No you're not. Funnier than you you sour 8-) The fact is I want a 2gb card. Just waiting for the price to come down... Maybe a 1gb for backup... Gunn 602z...

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    Default Re: Canon S400 vs Sony V1

    On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 17:16:49 -0400, [email]pltrgysthotpop.com[/email] wrote:
    >On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 14:22:21 +1200, Chris Gunn
    ><gunncbidontspamme.inet.net.nz> wrote:
    >
    >>Like that's going to happen.
    >>
    >>I recommend getting 2 1gb cards instead of 1 2gb card!
    >>
    >>Well actually I don't. I'm being Funny!
    >
    >No you're not.
    Funnier than you you sour 8-)

    The fact is I want a 2gb card. Just waiting for the price to come
    down...

    Maybe a 1gb for backup...

    Gunn

    602z
    Chris Gunn Guest

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    Default Re: Canon S400 vs Sony V1

    check out the various CF reviews for speed, like that recent one at
    [url]www.dpreview.com[/url]

    David Chien Guest

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    Default Re: Canon S400 vs Sony V1

    > > How much different are these in terms of size and image quality? I'm
    > > ignoring the cost of memory for the moment...
    >
    > The S400 is 87 x 57 x 28 mm while the V1 is 99 x 65 x 57 mm.
    >
    > Basically you're comparing a Mini Cooper S to a BMW M3.
    LOL I agree with that completely. In addition to the Minolta Dimage Xt
    and Sony CyberU and possibly the Olympus Stylus 300 & 400, you might
    want to compare the Canon S400 to the Casio Exilim EX-S3. It's an
    interesting job, with 3MP, what I believe is a fixed lens, and -- most
    importantly -- it's ridiculously thin. Also, for such a thin and light
    camera, I was impressed with the huge and bright LCD screen on the
    Casio EX-S3 when I played with one Radio Shack the other day. I'm
    99% sure the EX-S3 has a 2" LCD, which is huge when you look at the
    dimensions of this camera.

    Also, I noticed at Ritz Camera a little while ago a small camera
    (slightly thicker than the Canon S400) made by Kyocera. And, I thought
    they made only printers & cell phones. :) Anyway, the specs seemed
    pretty good for the price. I don't know how competitive it is with the
    Canon.

    Finally, if price is of interest to you at all, you may want to
    compare the S230 to the S400... The S230 is still a pretty good little
    Digital Elph, admittedly not as cool looking and only 3MP instead of
    4MP, but you can fetch prices for them much cheaper online.

    I hope that helps somewhat.

    David, Co-Founder
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