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    I am using a Nikon Coolpix L100 but I hate how there are no other options for self timer other than 10 seconds. And the self timer only stays on for each picture making me have to keep turning it back on. So is there a better camera that costs at about the same range as this one did?

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    Galaxy Patrol

    What’s the price range of L100? 10 secs is a lot to wait.

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    Try using a Sony Handycam, because they are very easy to use, and have a nice quality. They range from $180-300.

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    Anna C.

    Yeah. I have the same problems too. Nikon L100 only has 2 sec to 10 sec self timer. There were times I have to run just to keep up with the 2sec. :-) well part of the fun. Thanks for the suggestion Barud

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    David McKibbin

    Try buying a second hand dslr camera, as newer models are released the older models drop in price and many people like to change/upgrade a perfectly good camera for the newer model.

    A wireless or wired shutter release is very cheap for a Canon or Nikon branded DSLR and stops the need for using the self timer, if you can afford it.

    Look on some of the online camera warehouse retailers and see what they do USED and compare this to the Software you want to use cameras list.

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    Tutorial Admin

    Hello Blazing Phoenix Pictures, The Best Camera to use is A Canon DSLR. I have a Canon 1100D (REBEL T3) It cost about $500. Some People Get those 1000D or 60D. But those cost like around $1000. And Its Better Not to Set a Timer. Its Better if you Get a Software, So you can Play the Scenes, See where you were last time, and etc.

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    I use a canon 600d (T3i) with the kit lens and attach a macro tube for those real close up shots.

    However, most DSLRs are good and like it’s all ready been said, you can pick some of the older models up cheap on places like eBay etc.

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