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Still-Image Camera Recommendation

Old 10-28-2020, 08:03 AM
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I went into a new unit this year for my elk hunt and was pleasantly surprised by the scenery. Using my phone to take pictures was inconvenient (and ultimately I ran out of battery before the end of the trip).

As such, I am looking for recommendations for a light-weight, durable (and preferably small) camera that I can carry in a pocket or on my pack for quick pics...


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Old 10-28-2020, 11:08 AM
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I think you need to explain more an what you want
do you want a point and shoot camera, that has auto focus and , what about ZOOM, how much, how much optical and how much digital?
and maybe state a budget range?

as some of this above stuff matters on what camera's maybe you might want to consider!
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