Bridge Cameras

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#1
Yet more advice required please Vital peeps

A friend of mine with a get now pay later card from Argous has decided she needs a bridge camera to take better photos at her daughters upcoming wedding, nudge, nudge. Snap, snap. Grin, grin. Wink, wink. Say no more!

She is willing to go to 200ish maybe a bit more for a recommendation.

The link to the page http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Browse/ID72/33026542/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CTechnology%7C33006169/c_2/2%7C33006169%7CCameras+and+camcorders%7C33008331/c_3/3%7Ccat_33008331%7CCameras%7C33012615/c_4/4%7Ccat_33012615%7CBridge+digital+cameras%7C33026542.htm

Any advice gratefully received :14:




 

Wurzel

Alert Team
#3
Bridge cameras are great and have the advantage of great zooms, convenience, and ease of use, but you will get better results in the end with a digital SLR camera. A good site for reviews is here:http://www.dpreview.com
 

chicovilla

Vital Squad Member
#6
My previous camera was a Canon power shot sx20. It's a great bridge camera, and very easy to use. There's a power shot on that Argos web page, which might be worth considering.
 

Saurat

Vital Football Hero
#7
I think if you stick with Canon or Nikon and spend as much as you can afford, you won't go far wrong. dpreview.com is excellent.
 
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#8
That site was most useful, she ended up getting the Sony

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5598359.htm