Monday, August 28, 2006
Buying a digital camera to get started in the world of digital photography or to replace your old camera? Read tips on getting the best digital camera for your money.
#1: Set a Budget Before Buying
Budget yourself when purchasing a digital camera.
#2: Ignore Digital Zoom
When buying digital cameras, concentrate on optical zoom, not digital zoom.
#3: Two Considerations when Buying a New Camera
Consider these two items before buying a new digital camera.
#4: Small Doesn’t Mean Underpowered
Small digital cameras may be exactly what you need.
#5: Be Careful When Buying Package Deals
Digital camera package deals may be too good to be true - or a real bargain!
#6: Check What the Zoom Really Means
Advertised digital camera zoom levels may not just be optical zoom.
#7: Get a Camera with Magnified Photo Previews
Magnified photo previews can help determine the sharpness of a digital photo.
#8: Is There a Built-In Microphone?
A digital camera microphone can provide added benefits to your photo taking.
#9: Effective Pixels and Foveon X3
Sometimes advertised digital camera pixel counts can be deceiving.
#10: Don’t Expect a Camera to Come with Enough Media
Buying a digital camera? Be prepared to buy some extra media.
#11: What to Look for to Take Night Photography
Helpful features some digital cameras provide to take better night photos.
#12: Don’t Get Caught Up in Megapixels
Megapixels are not everything when it comes to buying a digital camera.
#13: Consider the Total Cost of Ownership
You won’t just be purchasing a digital camera - you may need to buy accessories.
#14: Be Careful with Very Cheap Prices
Beware of the digital camera ‘package deal’ sales technique.
#15: Pre-Programmed Scene Modes May Help
Scene modes make it easier to take digital camera photos in tough lighting conditions.
#16: Does Flash Come with an SLR?
Consider the total cost of ownership when purchasing a digital SLR.
#17: Uses for your Old Digital Camera
Don’t throw away your old digital camera - here are some ways to get some use out of it.
#18: How Much Optical Zoom is Needed?
Do you require a digital camera with 6x optical zoom, or is 2x or 3x enough?
#19: Where is the Tripod Socket?
Make sure when purchasing a digital camera that it fits well on a tripod.
#20: Use Comparative Shopping Search Engines
Looking for the absolute best prices for digital cameras or digital camera accessories? Search many online vendors at once.
#21: Digital Camera Reviews
Links to websites offering reviews of specific digital cameras
#22: More Megapixels Means Greater Cropping Ability
Higher-megapixel digital cameras let you crop more.
#23: More Control May Cost You
To set manual exposure, you might need a more-expensive camera.
#24: Consider a Weatherproof Camera
Some digital cameras are made to withstand moisture.
#25: Look for ISO 50 Support
Look for digital cameras with ISO 50 support for crisper, cleaner images.
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