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Digital Camera Buying Guide
Posted By On April 14, 2006 @ 1:36 PM In Digital Photography | Comments Disabled
Digital Camera Buying Guide
We’ve had some people ask us what the best digital camera is to buy these days and so I thought I’d give you a little guide that may (or may not) help you in buying the right camera for your needs.
I found some recent reviews done for digital cameras and here is a list of some of them that sounded the most reliable, the most well rounded for various needs and at some of the best prices available today.
1.) Kodak EasyShare V570 – This camera is completely automatic but it has several preset “scenes” for different levels of picture taking. These different modes help to extend the camera’s uses in a good way. It also has a dual lens, which includes a 23mm wide angle lens. This camera is well liked because of its versatility and camera tricks that it is capable of doing.
Price range: $302-427
2.) Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9 – This digital camera comes with Panasonic’s Mega OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), which gives this camera just a little more oomph. It has 6-megapixel resolution and excellent battery life. This one comes with one of the lowest prices available for all it has to offer.
Price range: $244-400
3.) Fujifilm FinePix S5200 – This camera comes with a 10x optical zoom and a 5.1-megapixel package. This one also has some good physical features with its small size, great grip and a solid feel. This camera is good for everyday shooting in any sort of lighting and it does well to set a standard for cameras with this sort of zoom and appearance.
Price range: $259-411
4.) Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 – This digicam is one of Sony’s entry-level models for their 2006 cameras, but it comes with great resolution at 6-megapixels. Some photographers like a little extra highlighting and shadowing, which this camera does well. But, if you don’t like full contrasting in your photos, this may not be the one for you.
Price range: $166-222
In case you’re looking for something a little more “big boyish,” let’s move on to some different ones. This next list is some of the most popular digital cameras for 2006. You can also check out the provided links to learn about all of the extended details about each camera. You can read recent reviews, find out about picture quality, speeds, weight, LCD monitors, comparisons to other cameras and many other overview topics. There is also a pull down menu at the top of each review that will let you in on even more information about the camera. There’s also an option for you to buy the product if you so choose.
1.) Canon EOS 30D
Price range: $1304-1399
Price range: $999-1099
3.) Nikon D200
Price range: $1699
Price range: $795
Price range: $355
Price range: $437-599
Price range: $250-379
Price range: $276
Price range: $303
Price range: $312
These are just a few of the good digital cameras you will find out on the market today. Here are some suggestions for you as you go about looking for a camera to buy.
There’s a lot of information available out there and making sure you research every aspect of the camera you’re interested in buying will help for a longer camera life and it will help you get everything you want out of the camera you buy.
Also, check out this tip for information on megapixels, zooms, storage, battery types, formats, flash and much more.
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