Digital Camera Reviews

Is it that time again to go shopping for a new camera? Well if you were still using that Polaroid or film camera, it may be time for you to consider getting a compact digital camera. When shopping for a pricey high-tech electronic such as this, it is important that you shop around for the best deals. For instance, you should try looking for camera reviews. You can find these on various web sites, just simply Google it and you will find plenty to choose from.

Many people are confused into thinking that the more megapixels a camera has, the better the camera or picture will be, but this is not necessarily true. A 10 megapixel camera may produce sharper, crisper and better pictures than a 12 megapixel digital camera. When looking for a digital camera you should choose a model with 8 megapixels or more. But don’t get sucked in by the more megapixels the better, hype. Canon for example have released some new cameras with lower megapixels than their previous versions.

So where do you find real, quality compact digital camera reviews? Look for comparison sites, photographic journals, or go offline and buy a photographic (or computer) magazine. These reviews tend to be objective, normally done by professional photographers.

One of the most popular Lumix cameras out at the moment is the Lumix TZ10 and this could be due to the fact that its great overall. However one of its main selling points is the GPS tracking technology/. This technology is fantastic if you’re looking to find monuments or great landmarks to take photos from. Currently the Lumix TZ10 is the highest selling digital camera out of all the brands.

The price to enter this upper level of photography isn’t going to break the bank and offers a low price to the consumer and smart photographer in all of us. That’s right, Canon Cameras are not just great at taking photos they also are inexpensive and come equipped with anything you could possibly want in a good overall camera. Canon has built a good reputation for itself in recent years with entry level digital cameras, but now they are shaping the way the consumer thinks about digital cameras in this decade. Canon has gone from a digital lens manufacturer to an slr manufacturer to present day.

The Kodak EasyShare Z700 is another fine compact digital camera with 4 megapixels that boasts an optical zoom of 5X which translates to an effective 35mm lens length of about 35-175mm. It also uses AA batteries and comes with it’s own charger, although it uses more power than the other two cameras listed here and can be expected to go through a set of batteries in around 200 shots. This Kodak model comes in around $240.

Simplicity of use – this factor would definitely help you when you initially get your camera, thus ensure that you get one that has simple-to-use user controls. Ensure that you can understand what is written in your manual, and that you can handle the camera properly before you really purchase it

Red-eye reduction and image stabilizer features – ensure that the camera that you are looking at have both these features, as they would work marvelously to help you capture better quality images

Finally, there are the buyers – those who actually buy the cameras and use them, not necessarily analyzing how each pixel is rendered on a print, but deciding if the camera meets the individual’s expectations. These evaluations are extremely useful in making a camera buying decision.