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Old May 17th, 2014, 04:22 AM
AL Hughes AL Hughes is offline
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Default Panasonic FZ200 or Sony HX200V for burst mode?

Not sure if this is the right place to post. Did not see anywhere for bridge cameras.

I would like help with deciding which camera to go for.I already have a Canon 500D.

The choice is Panasonic FZ200 or the Sony HX200V.

The Sony has a feature which takes 3 or 10 shots in succession. This is good because shooting a tiny Robin taking food from my hand is difficult because it is so fast!!

Does the Panasonic have this feature please?
I have tried my friends Sony which I like but if this feature is available on the Panasonic I would go for that.
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