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New Developments in Pocket Sized Cameras


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New Developments in Pocket Sized Cameras

  1. 1. New Developments in Pocket Sized CamerasTake great photos every time with the excellent features included in many pocket size digitalcameras. The average person has little time or patience for reading through massive usersguides just to learn the basics for using a camera. Technology is advancing so rapidly thatmany digital camera makers are struggling to stay on top of things. But its theseadvancements that drive the market and consumers to keep buying fancy new cameras yearafter year. Continue reading to learn the dish on several different pocket size digital camerasby Canon as well as the features that are different about them.Well, there is more to come with our discussion of Finding the Digital SLR Camera ThatsPerfect for You, so we hope you are finding it to be useful. Rather than interject our ownpersonal opinion on these matters, it is best to let you be the judge. We do make the effort tohelp you as much as possible since this is all about you. There is no doubt that you need toview this from as many sides as you can. While you may be challenged trying to achievethat, it is all right as long as you learn more and increase your knowledge. So just find whatever spare time you have, and be sure you pay attention to the most important issues. Atleast until your knowledge is broader, try to determine what directly applies to you if possible.When it comes to a small profile, the Casio Exilim Z1050 has a lot to offer. It was one of theslimmest of its kind and is still competitively ultra-thin. This 10 megapixel digital camera hasboth style and excellent features for the camera enthusiast. Perhaps the most appealingquality of this camera though is its ease of use. Some people just arent interested inattempting to sift through a complex users manual in order to learn how to operate a camera.For some people they want to be able to charge the battery, point, and click. The 3x zoom isimpressive in its own right but the stabilization feature that allows steady photos in spite ofshaky hands makes it an even more impressive camera.Next on the chopping block is a neat little camera put out by Sony called the Cyber-ShotDSC-T100. Face detecting technology that was patented by Sony is a major draw for thiscamera. Other noteworthy features of the Cyber-Shot DSC-T100 include 8 megapixels, a 3inch LCD display, and 5x zoom. For example, flash metering for the correct amount of flashexposure which will help with the proper flesh tones. Many people feel that the imageprocessing capacity of this camera is its best feature. On board processing allows a few keybenefits like extended battery life, decreased requirements for response, and a greatimprovement when it comes to image quality.With lots of manual features, the Canon PowerShot S95 is good for those that like to workwith their hands. This gem of a camera produces marvelous photos as well. With a morereasonable 10 megapixel resolution, this ultra compact camera includes a multimedia card,SD memory card, and a 3 inch LCD. This camera uses the pop up variety of flash. Thiscamera makes use of many great features of the S90 model. One good piece of news is thevideo resolution is greater in the PowerShot S95 improving to 720p. You can also capture upto three photos but at different intervals of exposure. So what happens next is the camera
  2. 2. processes those exposures to offer you a single image with much more detail in all respects.Cannon has an excellent and stable reputation when it comes to the market for digital pocketsize cameras. For the casual photography, the Canon name may be an old workhorse, but itremains a beloved first choice. Sure, you can find digital cameras with more robust features,and higher price tags, but it really all depends on your budget and what you need the camerafor.