Getting the Features You Need in Pocket Size Cameras


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Getting the Features You Need in Pocket Size Cameras

  1. 1. Getting the Features You Need in Pocket Size CamerasIf youre like most people who have a pocket size digital camera, you love all the coolfeatures that help you take great pictures without all the hassles. People lead busy livestoday and have little time for reading thick user manuals just so they can snap a photo. Thepace of technological advancements makes it very hard for digital camera makers to keepup. Its these advancements that have consumers buying the latest and greatest camera onthe market. Continue reading to learn the dish on several different pocket size digitalcameras by Canon as well as the features that are different about them.Actually, we went back and forth about what would be best to discuss on the topic of TipsYou Can Use When Youre Shopping for the Right Digital SLR Camera for You.There is a limited amount of space in any one article, but of course we have written moreabout this which is available on our site.The web has such an amazing amount of content on it that you are sure to find much more.Everything you can find out will be of service to you in some way, and maybe that will be inthe far off future; but that is all right.The only way you will be in a the best position to decide what course to follow is throughtimely information. Our first review is of the pespectable Fujifilm FinePix F80EXR. It has amega-zoom feature that may appeal to some. The 12 megapixels of this camera are great forlarge prints. The price of this camera is reasonable when you take into account the advancedfeatures that it has. The EXR sensor offers three different modes to choose from. Because ofthese different modes, you essentially have three cameras in one. The three modes arehighest resolution mode, optimum dynamic range mode, and lowest possible noise mode.More impressively, the F80EXR can also analyze the scene and make the best choice foryou. Because of the improvements made and out of sense of fairness, we will next take alook at the Nikon Coolpix S3000. Nikon has earned a show of respect, after all, becausetheyve been around for awhile. Because this ultra-compact camera is inexpensive, it is goodfor those with a matching budget. Unfortunately, the S3000 isnt much better than average.With 12 megapixels and others, it has what would be considered standard features. But insunlight, it can be difficult to see the LCD screen, unfortunately. And because it is mademostly of plastic, this camera looks cheap. The image quality is nothing to get excited abouteither as we felt it was just average. Designed for a specific budget, you wont be able to domore than simply get the job done with this camera.Now, lets take a look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS5. You can produce good pictureswith this pocket size mega-zoom camera. The features offered on this camera make it adecent alternative to some other cameras on the market. This 12.1 megapixel cameraproduces quality photos with good image sharpness and has an ultra-wide lens. You also
  2. 2. have the ability to exert manual control with this camera. Combined with the 25 mm wideangle lens, the 12X optical zoom capacity is what qualifies this as a mega-zoom camera.Because there is no viewfinder with a mega-zoom, simply use the 2. inch TFT display. Thereyou have it, just a few of the lower end (in our opinion) pocket size cameras. These camerascan be a good way to test out digital ultra-compact cameras if youve never used one. Theyproduce decent pictures and are reasonably priced.