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# 214939 4-Jun-2017 01:40
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Hey guys.




Looking at potentially picking up a digital camera over the long weekend while the sales are on. Camera will be used in low light situations, maybe some Vlogging too, but the low light is probably the most important, oh and it must take video too. 




I currently have a Google Nexus 6P, so if I cant get anything for under $200 which has a better camera, I'll probably just stick with my phone. 




Hit me!




Thanks in advance.

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  # 1794398 4-Jun-2017 01:57
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You are probably best off using the Nexus 6P camera. Really doubt you will find a camera that is good in low light situations in the $200 price range.

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  # 1794405 4-Jun-2017 06:39
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Low light? Don't waste your $200 spend it on something else.

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


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  # 1794413 4-Jun-2017 08:32
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What does the GoPro session cost now that the Session 5 is out? I don't think it takes wonderful pictures but the video is excellent.

Edit: Still $330 so scratch that.

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