Digital Cameras

Canon PowerShot SD780 IS Red, Black, Silver, Gold

Point and Shoot and Digital SLRs (Single Lens Reflex) are the two main types of digital cameras available on the consumer market. Point and Shoot cameras (like the Canon PowerShot SD780 IS pictured above) are generally small, sleek, and packed with lots of convenient features for taking pictures and short video clips along with an economical price tag. A Digital SLR camera is a larger, more expensive camera with varying lens options suited to meet the needs of gadget lovers to professional photographers. For most people’s photography needs, a simple Point and Shoot camera is sufficient, and there are plenty of web resources dedicated to providing reviews of the differences in cameras and functionality. Things to consider when purchasing a digital camera are the megapixel (MP) resolution capacity (more megapixels means more detail for your photos; the typical range is currently between 10 -14 MP) and memory capacity. Digital memory cards have replaced traditional film, and most digital cameras have a limited amount of memory included which means you’ll need to buy an additional memory card (it’s reusable) that allows you to expand your picture-taking capacity by 1000s of shots, if one isn’t included with your camera purchase.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 Blue
Two great digital camera options are the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 (pictured left in blue) and the Canon PowerShot SD780 IS (pictured above in multiple colors).

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