Best Small Digital Cameras - Digital Cameras Review

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  1. Wanderlust profile image66
    Wanderlustposted 8 years ago

    Best Small Digital Cameras - Digital Cameras Review

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    paulgcposted 8 years ago

    If your looking for a great smalll digital camera then i reccomend the new Samsung ST550. The camera is sporting an LCD screen on the front so that you can take pics of you and your friends and compose the picture properly.

  3. profile image59
    tina1234posted 8 years ago

    I  saw a good  small digital camera  when i surf the Internet a few
    days ago.
       * Compact design Pink Slim Digital Camera can take photos via built in memory for travel use, also have PC camera and digital video recording functions!
        * Equipped with Shutter Button, LCD display, Lens, Viewfinder, USB socket, Start/Function Key, Charge Indicator and ON/OFF Button for easy operation.
        * The Pink Digital Camera downloads photos into your computer easily via USB cable.
        * Built in rechargeable Li-ion battery.
        * It will automatically power down after 30 seconds.
        * Leave one Keychain Digital Camera in the car for emergencies! … -pink.html

    Maybe somebody can have some views,what about you?

  4. MikeNV profile image78
    MikeNVposted 8 years ago

    There is no best.  If you want honest opinions and not links to crappy affliate sites, then go to DP Review. DP Review is now owned by Amazon, but they still allow impartial professional and user input.

    I personally own around a dozen cameras.

    With a Point and Shoot camera you make tradeoffs for the size and convenience.  Lack of manual controls and evaluative metering are major factors unless you choose an SLR.

    Don't get caught up in the mega pixel hype... 10megapixels is plenty for full size prints.  And you wouldn't want to blow up an image produced by a point and shoot larger than 8x10 anyways.

    Look at the focal range... can it really do 24-28mm?  Canon makes some nice point and shoots but many models are 30mm and above.

    Do you want HD video?  Some point and shoots do a pretty good job of 720p now.

    Look at Battery Technology and cost.  Panasonics are very difficult to get additional batteries for and very spendy.

    In the end there are many trade offs.  Go to the good review sites and read up.

  5. ddamron44 profile image54
    ddamron44posted 8 years ago
  6. Smart Dad profile image47
    Smart Dadposted 8 years ago

    I am a bit bias to what has served me and a lot of my family and friends for years the Casio Exilim compact. The new Casio Ezilim is the EX-Z35 I have just finished a hub about it ...

    I love it soooo much smile hope it helps and they are not expensive either great for all types of photographer.


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