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I love love love my Nikon but it's big and there are times when I just want a small point and shoot. Any recommendations?

My peeve is the time delay in taking pictures. I'm used to my Nikon which has no delay (none to speak of at least) And I want a decent photo. but it's probably mostly for nights out with friends and while skiing or whatnot so it doesn't have to be the best. I don't care for optical zoom or fancy things.

Any recommendations?

So far I am liking the Canon as they still have viewfinders rather than just LCD screens LOL!
 

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I have a Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS. It stays in my purse all the time. Point and shoot and easy and $160
 

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Canon all the way for point and shoot.. we have many around the office, people fight over the canon.
 

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Great thread as I too need a new easy to carry camera, but ,ESSENTIAL is a viewfinder. I cannot imagine who decided we dont need them... who can see their screen properly in sunlight?! Ok Im of a certain age now and sight aint what is it used to be so MUST have viewfinder, so far like a Sony cybershot.., still lookin... keep em coming!
 

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Great thread as I too need a new easy to carry camera, but ,ESSENTIAL is a viewfinder. I cannot imagine who decided we dont need them... who can see their screen properly in sunlight?! Ok Im of a certain age now and sight aint what is it used to be so MUST have viewfinder, so far like a Sony cybershot.., still lookin... keep em coming!
IMO, viewfinders suck on point and shoots... I think something with a vari-angle LCD might be a better option in sunlight than looking in a tiny viewfinder. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16830120282
 

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The latest Consumer Reports magazine this month has a feature on cameras.
 
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