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Comment: Good compact with easy to use software & interface.
Comment: I want it.
Comment: Could you please advise if it's a good camera to take professional photos of the interiors (both large and detail pictures)? I have an old Canon Powershot but the photos are either to dark or to light, the colors look very bland and not as in reality. As a result the interior looks dull. I don't know what's the cheapest available camera which is good for interiors shots.
Comment: I have to say, working in a camera store and trying out the EOS 650d touch screen, its really polished and operation is smooth and intuitive. Considering myself at more than at an amateur level, i actually found the screen to be a help, not a hindrance. Cant wait for the M to come into store so i can have a good look at it. I own a nikon D90 but was a little disappointed with nikon's offering to the CSC market last year. It's a shame because if nikon had made a CSC with an APS-C sensor i would be the happy owner of one and my D90 would probably be neglected in a cupboard somewhere... maybe its for the best Nikon brought out a tiddly sensor compared to its competitors... i want quality not speed!!
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