Shopping for digital camera? Give me some advice!
I love travel and photography. So I want to buy a digital camera! Which type is best?
Buyer's Guide and Tips on buying a digital camera.
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I hope this helps
I'm using Canon S5. It's very relaible and comfortable camera. Quality of pictures is very good.
Some questions to ask yourself before you go shopping:
What do you need the camera for?
What type of photography will you be doing? (portraits, landscapes, macro, sports)
What conditions will you be largely photographing in? (indoors, outdoors, low light, bright light)
Will you largely stay in auto mode or do you want to learn the art of photography?
What experience level do you have with cameras?
What type of features are you looking for? (long zoom, image stabilization, large LCD display etc)
How important is size and portability to you?
What is your budget?
Ask yourself these questions before you go to buy a camera and you’ll be in a much better position to make a decision. You’ll probably find the sales person asks you this question anyway – so to have thought about it you get the right digital camera.
I am using Sony Hot Shot.. and I guess it is best of all digital cameras if you are not required it for any professional assignments.
I bought the 60D because I was not happy with the quality of even the best point and shoots out there. The 60D offered a smaller and more lightweight body than the 7D. It has a 18-megapixel CMOS sensor and Rotating and swiveling 7.7 cm 3:2 LCD Monitor.
I've purchased the camera for a month now, and it's just what I want, taking amazing pictures of scenery and portrait.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Canon-EOS-60d-D … SLR-Camera
Have you researching on Panasonic FH20? It can be put in and out of pocket anytime you want. Or handbag is much more larger to keep the camera. The battery also last longer so take as many photos as you like during your travel. Read more about it at my hub - wrote one about that.
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