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    VX8000 at Disney World, Part 3

    These pictures were taken at Disney World from August 17-20.
    I only got to take 10 pictures and 1 video clip.
    Partly because I took a lot of pics twice before (1, 2) on the VX8000, and also was in the parks mostly at night.

    Video Clip: Restaurant Marrakesh in Morocco.










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    => VX8000 at Disney World:Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.

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    All camera phones should aim for this quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry Ry
    All camera phones should aim for this quality.
    The VX8000 does the job well.
    Hope the A970 is as good or better.

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    When I first saw pictures from the 8000 I was very impressed, but thought as time went on the "wow" factor would fade, but it hasn't. I'm still in awe every time I see 8000 pictures and will be for a while. Thanks FAUguy for sharing

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    They are great pictures for a cell phone, but they really still aren't good enough quality to be for anything other than opportunistic shots.

    Even if I had the 8000, I would still insist on carrying my real digital camera around with me if I wanted to take pictures. The camera isn't much bigger than the phone anyways.

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    That's why I have a 5MP Canon A95 camera.

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    I really wish some cell phone maker would focus on INDOOR quality. Low resolution cameras are better suited for close in shots normally found indoors. My 8100 would make a perfectly suitable camera for a Friday night at the bar, but the light metering just sucks.

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    Nice pics... I was in disney on the 17th - 20th too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DGVQ35C
    Nice pics... I was in disney on the 17th - 20th too!!
    Uh oh. I got a stocker.

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    One final time....

    I "may" be back for a few days the middle of December.
    That is when my FL Res Seasional Pass ends.
    After that, it would probably be 1-2 years 'til we go back.

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    I was going to ask how much money you made to afford that many trips to DW, but I guess If I had a seasonal pass id make sure to use it up too.


    I was there last week of august. Stayed in the Port Orleans French Quarter. Left the Treo in the hotel room the entire time....Didnt want to chance ruining the phone, or be bothered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB
    I was going to ask how much money you made to afford that many trips to DW, but I guess If I had a seasonal pass id make sure to use it up too.
    Well, as a college student, not much.
    Every 2-3 years I get a Seasonal Pass (with block-out dates), or an Annual Pass (no block-out dates).
    The Seasonal goes for about $200 and Annual about $300.
    Whould I rather pay that or $60 for a 1-day ticket?
    So I get a Seasonal or Annual pass and use it as much as I can in that year.
    I can get FL Res discounts on the rooms (Moderates $89-$100/night).
    Bring my own stuff to have breakfast in the room, but like to have nice dinners out while in the parks.
    My only 'splurge' is that I like to stay at the Wilderness Lodge in December.

    I've thought about buying into that Disney Vacation Club, but I'd need like a $4-5K down payment,
    about $120-140 a month payment for 10 year finance, and $650 a year in maitance fees.
    I think I'll have to wait on that.

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    nice pics, and nice hotel i was there in june, the coronado springs, i found it to be one of the better disney hotels for the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Italysfinest327
    nice pics, and nice hotel i was there in june, the coronado springs, i found it to be one of the better disney hotels for the price
    Out of the Moderates, the Coronado Springs and Riverside are the nicest.
    I was at the Carribbean Beach in August when I took these pics, but 2 of the days we drove back to the Coronado to use the pool there.
    Hopefuly I can get a FL Res room at the Wilderness Lodge in Dec before my Seasonal Pass ends.

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    Nice pics! I haven't been to DW in many, many years. It might even be a couple decades. For now, I'll stick to Six Flags Great Adventure, which is only about an hour from where I live.
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