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Anyone using the Canon S70?

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Old Thursday 31st May 2007, 11:41   #1
TobiasK
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Anyone using the Canon S70?

Hi,
I am still looking for a cam ....

i want:
- RAW
- remote control
- CF-Cards
- less than 10 MP

so i came across the Canon S60 and S70

What do you think?
The S70 looks promising, but it seems no one uses these cams
Why not? Do i miss a point that makes the cams not suitable for digiscoping?

Thank you

Bye
Tobias
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Old Thursday 31st May 2007, 14:17   #2
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I've seen good results with the S80, Tobias, by a Japanese digiscoper. Assuming the lens didn't change between S70 and S80, the former should be fine. This thread may be of interest :
http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=46885
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