When deciding to buy a digital camera there are
many features that one has to consider.
Amongst others there are:
What do you REALLY need the camera to do?
Don’t get suckered into buying something you don’t really need – so
consider the type of photographs you will be taking; how automatic
do you need the camera to be; in what light conditions will you be working;
will you need to buy addon lenses; how heavy do you want the camera to be?;
what is your budget?
Considering all these will help you in arriving
at a digital camera that will suit your needs.
Megapixel Rating – Here big is often NOT necessary unless you are
going to be printing you photographs. Provided the prints are not
going to be enlarged to any great extent you can probably get away
with anything over 4 megapixels. There after it becomes a question
of how much you can afford!
Single Lens Reflex or Point-and-Shoot?
These two parameters may affect the price and will depend on
your photographic purpose. The single lens reflex, digital camera
will allow you to change the lenses but they tend to be heavier,
whereas the point-and-shoot digital camera is lighter but the lens
cannot be changed.
Price – most quality digital cameras fall into 3 price brackets
(1) below $100
(2) between $100 and $300
(3) above $300
It is our intention to provide Review Information about
specific digital cameras. We will make recommendations
concerning products as well as providing the reader with
the views of user of these digital cameras.
Reviews can be positive or negative and will provide you with the
necessary information to enable you to make an informed decision
about the purchases you may make. It is really up to you to read
all the information provided and then make the decision yourself.
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