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March 18, 2020

Comparing Digital Camera?s: Apples And Oranges

Filed under: Uncategorized — imagepot @ 4:19 pm

The universe is filled with options on digital camera?s. There are so many digital camera?s out there that it would be impossible to compare all of them. Comparing some digital camera?s are like comparing apples and oranges. There are so many features to choose from. There are so many styles and shapes and sizes to take into consideration. You want to purchase a digital camera that meets your own personal expectations. Therefore, you have to compare camera to camera, in your price range, to see what fits your individual needs. That is a mouth full. But if you pay heed to the comparisons, you will be in much better shape in pursuit of camera satisfaction.

First, what features are there to compare on camera?s other than the obvious color and design that catches your eye. Camera?s are evaluated by the amount of mega-pixels they have. The amount of detail the camera can capture is measured in mega-pixels. Thus, the camera with more mega-pixels, is a better quality and accordingly will be more expensive. Another feature to look for when comparing camera?s is the zoom potential. Is it a SLR digital camera or a point-and-shoot? Investigate if the camera has a customizable dial or a vibrating filter to eliminate dust from your images. How big is the LCD screen? All of these are items to compare on your digital camera search.

For example, the hottest selling camera on the market is a Canon Power Shot A620. It has 7.1 mega-pixels of detail capability. It has a 2 inch LCD screen. It is compact with customizable settings. Now, compare that to its cousin, the Canon Power Shot A610. The camera?s are virtually the same. The major difference, the A610 only has 5 mega-pixels, less detail capability, but also less expensive, with basically the same features. The Fuji Fine Pix S5200 toes the line between a SLR and a point-and-shoot camera, while boasting a 10x optical zoom. Only 5.7 mega-pixels and a little heavier than your average digital camera.

The best thing to do is go down to your favorite retail camera outlet and compare the digital camera?s in your price range. See which one can best satisfy your expectations for the money you have to spend. Compare and come out a winner.

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