Best Digital Cameras Under $175.00

Digital Cameras Under $175.00

If you're looking to purchase a new digital camera and don't' want to spend a fortune you're going to find a large selection of available cameras. In this article I've reviewed some of the best digital cameras available for under $175.00.

Point And Shoot Digital Cameras

If you're looking for a nice point and shoot camera then the Nikon Coolpix is probably just want you're looking for. The camera is very user friendly and pictures are nice and clear. This camera does use AA batteries instead of the standard rechargeable battery.

The Nikon Coopix S3000 is an excellent buy for just over $100.00 this little camera can do quite a bit for lower priced point and shoot camera. The 4x wide angle lens is really handy and I like the fact that unlike the Coolpix L22 it uses a lithium battery.

The Kodak Easyshare Z915 delivers excellent value for the money, the pictures are sharp and clear. Overall the camera is very user friendly and it also takes surprisingly good videos.

The Kodak Easyshare C180 is a small and easy to use entry level digital camera perfect for someone who's never owned a digital camera before. Pictures are crisp and clear and the price is truly a bargain. Probably the only thing that I didn't care for on this camera is the fact that it uses AA batteries which can be a little inconvenient if the batteries happen to go dead and you don't have any replacements on hand.

For a point and shoot camera the Canon Powershot is capable of taking some really great pictures.And if you're looking for a smaller camera you're going to like the fact that this one will quite easily fit in your pocket. The video quality is also fairly good for a digital camera.

best digital cameras under $175.00
best digital cameras under $175.00

Best Digital Camera Under $175.00

For the price you're going to have a hard time finding a camera that takes better pictures than the Fujifilm FinePix S180 camera. It's definitely a step up from the previous point and shoot cameras and for the price why wouldn't you want to give it a try?

A couple of cons is the fact that it's just a little larger than most of the point and shoot cameras and it does take AA batteries instead of lithium but other than that, its all good.


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