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Best Digital Camera 2013

Updated on December 28, 2013

The first thing that you should do in finding the best digital camera 2013 is wish yourself good luck – because there are a lot of good cameras in the market. And next is to read reviews so that you can make an educated choice as to which camera to buy 2013. We have seen the best cameras of 2012 but technology easily leaves these items far behind.

We will begin the list of best digital camera 2013 with the Canon Power Shot SX 40HS. This camera belongs to the compact category which has all the essential features that you need to capture great moments every day. It brings 12.1 megapixels and 28-840mm optical zoom, 35x wide angle lens. Aside from photographs, you can capture 720p high definition video with good quality sound. This unit is perfect for on-the-go people who love to take pictures and video but do not want to carry extra weight and bulk.

Another from the same manufacturer is Canon PowerShot G12. Canon G series has changed the way manufacturers create their compact cameras. The legacy is continued by the G12. This unit features 10 megapixels, CMOS Sensor, 5 times stabilized zoom and DIGIC 4 image processor.

You can also capture 720p video even at the most difficult angles with its rotating LCD screen. Intermediate photographers will appreciate its High Dynamic Range and its capability to control exposure. The body of the unit is made of magnesium to where lightness and durability is attributed.

If you love adventure and want to capture fun in wet environments, Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 is perfect for you. This waterproof camera packs 12 megapixels that will let you get good images up to depths of 10 feet.

Another best from this unit is its easy-share feature which allows you to email or upload your images over the internet. You do not have to worry about dirt, moisture, and the delay of sharing the fun.

Another best digital camera 2013 from the waterproof category is the Lumix DNC-TS3 from Panasonic. This one features 12.1 megapixels with 4.6 Optical Image Stabilized Zoom. The 2.7 inch LCD will let you look at the images with ease.

Just like the Kodak EasyShare, you can practically take Lumix DNC-TS3 anywhere. This camera guarantees photographs with great quality and 1920-1080p HD videos. Its rugged design allows you to take pictures at depths of 40ft and lets you continue your fun even if you drop it from heights of 6.6 feet.

With its capability to withstand freezing, you can take the Lumix DNC-TS3 anywhere.

Best Digital Camera 2013
Best Digital Camera 2013

Nikon Coolpix P7100 makes it to our list of top digital cameras with its 7.1x optical zoom and 10.1 megapixels. With the Nikon patented Expeed C2 image processing technology, you can shoot raw images faster with more flexibility and greater control.

It has user friendly features that let you operate the camera with ease, which is important because the greatest moments last only for a few seconds. You can also record 720p high definition videos without worrying about losing focus. Its built in microphone allows for better sound quality.


Fujifilm Finepix X100 is also worth our attention. This compact camera that packs 12.3 megapixels comes in a retro look but packs technology such as the CMOS sensor. It has 23mm f/2 lens that experienced photographers will surely love.

The camera does well in low light shooting and gives a lot of freedom for photographers who love to control the opening to get the desired exposure.

Another unit that made it to our list of best digital camera 2013 is the Olympus XZ1. This compact brings a larger CCD sensor and a full aperture of f/1.8 which makes it perfect for capturing photos in low light situations. This unit features a range of automatic functions to help you capture images quickly. If you are more experienced and you want to take photos in your style, you can set the camera to its full manual mode.

A camera might be packed with amazing features but if these features have no use for you, then the item that you purchased is not the best. Therefore, consider your purpose and your needs so that you can have the camera that has the right features for your optimal use. For great discounts, you may search for your preferred camera in Friday deals. The best digital camera 2013 depends on your needs.

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    • Ben Zoltak profile image

      Ben Zoltak 5 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      I finally plunked down for a Sony Nex 3-K DSLR. I've yet to use it but can't wait, it looks like it's from the future! lol

      Cheers!

    • tiltshift profile image

      tiltshift 5 years ago from Merryland

      @Ben, that is a nice camera but reviews show images above iso 200 will show some image quality depreciation.

    • Ben Zoltak profile image

      Ben Zoltak 5 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Interesting collection of suggestions, I've been thinking of buying the fuji HS20EXR 16 mp to shoot my artwork. I'm not sure if it's of high enough quality though, to capture art for making hi resolution prints.

      Any ideas?

      Thanks

      Ben