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    Default Superzoom or DSLR

    I need to upgrade my camera and want a much better picture quality then my current point & shoot (Panasonic DMC-FX35). I like what the superzoom's can offer for the price, specifically the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V. I, however, want to make sure its picture quality is good. My other option is the Nikon D3100. My top 3 priorities are:

    1. Picture Quality
    2. HD Video
    3. Zoom

    How close do the superzoom's come to the entry-level DSLR's?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi and welcome its always difficult to say this is better for you or this one isnt as good. Super zooms have there place they are an all in one solution. A DSLR is part of system that you invest in so you would start by buying a camera and usually a kit lens then add to the system. A DSLR isnt a magic camera you have to learn to use it.
    What do you take pictures of it will help

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    Default Concern

    I guess what I mostly want to be certain of is that this particular superzoom, the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V, has good quality photos. My concern is because it does have a smaller sensor, like the point & shoots.

    Also, how far away in quality would it be from the Nikon D3100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCGUY View Post
    1. Picture Quality
    2. HD Video
    3. Zoom

    How close do the superzoom's come to the entry-level DSLR's?

    Thanks in advance.
    They don't, really.

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