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“When I saw it in the shops, the DC3200 didn't appeal...”

Written on: 22/04/2001 by Alastair. (1 review written)

Good Points
Cheap, excellent image quality.

Bad Points
Serial transfer (didn't really worry me, but might stretch some peoples' patience), large and bulky, dubious flash.

General Comments
When I saw it in the shops, the DC3200 didn't appeal to me because it looks quite large and ugly. Appearance aside, it is a great camera for a great price. It feels solid and outdoor photos always come out crisp and clean, except in extreme lighting conditions. Unfortunately, the flash only works in a range of about 1.5 - 3.5 metres from the subject. Any less and it's ineffective; any more and the washout destroys your photo. Fortunately, the flash is usually unnecessary anyway because the DC3200 is more than capable of taking a good photo under weak artificial lighting and the white balance feature offsets any yellowish mask.

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