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Point and Shoot Camera Question

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I bought a 38 to 115mm zoom Minolta camera at Ritz Camera a little bit ago. The guy there helping me look at the point and shoot cameras was telling me that, in general, the more you could zoom in the smaller the shutter and the less light capable of hitting the lense.

In short, that lower zoom capable cameras would take better pictures. Does anyone know if this is true? I have a month to exchange if need be.

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