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    Here's a digisnap of the camera in my hand to give some scale to how small it is.
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    Sean has a digigizmo? I think hell just froze over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    Sean has a digigizmo? I think hell just froze over!
    lol, yes I have one for family snapshots. Have no problem with digigizmos for snapshots and misc stuff, -but for personal artistic endeavors your right, hell would have to freeze over before I am assimilated

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    VF101

    There is also a VF102 with interchangeable lenses standard and short tele, but they are as rare as rocking horse pooh. The VF101 looks great, have fun.

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    Sean - how has the VF101 worked out? Do you like it?

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    If this camera has the capability of being put afixed to a tripod, and you use say something extra stable say in the 10kg range it may make extremely sharp negatives. Just because one wants a light and compact camera is no reason to skimp on a tripod, is it?

    Enjoy your camera.

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    Being a Contessa lover myself, I hace to say that is a very pretty camera on that yellow skin!

    You'll find it enjoyable to use and to carry around, takes pretty good pictures but the lens tends to flare a bit.
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    But how are the photos from the VF101?

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    Takes very nice 35mm photos, but mine has an issue with scratching film so I haven't been using it much lately

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    I just received my VF 101 - I found it on the German version of e**Y. It's in very good condition, but I haven't shot any fimf yet. Hopefully it won't scratch my film.

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