How to Choose a Good Digital Camera

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  1. Sameer01

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    With so many digital cameras already available in the market and with the introduction of new ones every month it becomes a difficult task on choosing a good digital camera. The choice differs amongst people. Some take into consideration the technical factors like the sensor, image resolution and file format, some prefer choosing depending on the design and usability and some choose because it is the latest to hit the market. But a few tips listed below will enable you to choose the correct digital camera.

    Continue reading at: http://www.imagine123photography.com/choosing-a-camera.html
     
  2. Liquid101

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    Most of the information on this site seems to be very general, and not terribly helpful.

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    Simply saying more pixels = better image quality is wildy misleading.

    Or for sports, choose one with a high speed. A high speed what?

    Poor quality lenses = poor results. Really?
     
  3. Radiohead

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    Isn't this obviously someone trying to drive web traffic to a site. First post and all that? I'll bet there's more information available from people on this forum.

    Plus, what my man Liquid said.

    "Do you other devices (PDA, Digital Camcorder) use a memory card? If yes, then you don't need to spend money on buying another memory card. The same can be used on your digital camera."

    Really - so if my PDA uses an SD card I can use that in my CF slot can I? Fab.
     
  4. senu

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    Im not sure what the point of this thread is...:confused:
    If nobody objects.. I will close it shortly

    If the object was to link to the web page there seems no real need for a Poll..
    Anyone who comes on here with specifics of budget user level and aspirations will get advice far more valuable than is on there
     
  5. Johnny Thunder

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    I had a good read of the site and found I came away with even more questions to seek answers to.
     
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    have to agree with this

    do it :smashin:
     
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