The best digital cameras, how can you really choose? With so many excellent cameras out there it can be easy to lose your way. To help you make the right purchase we have a selection of four cameras that we think are well worth investing in.
Something Brand New
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is certainly innovative. You have a powerful camera offering 16 MP with a 21 x optical zoom. Combine this with really amazing good looks and the Android operating system, not to mention the HD Super Clear display and you have something that really is incredible. What we really like about this camera is the ability to save images to cloud storage automatically, sorting images into files at the touch of the screen and sharing across social networks with ease. A brilliant use of technology that perhaps will change the face of digital cameras forever.
The Waterproof Option
For those who love to capture images underwater the Canon PowerShot D20 is a great contender. You get 12.1 MP and a 5 x optical zoom. The screen is LCD and it has loads of features such as the DIGIC 4 processor, ability to capture HD videos and tap control on the display for easy use when working under the waves. The body has been designed to be ergonomic, so you can get a great grip even when wearing diving gloves. Skin tones look great and images certainly pop vividly.
Looking for Something with a Retro Feel
If you love the retro design of cameras, yet want the quality found in modern cameras why not consider the Fujifilm Finepix x100. This camera is perfect for photographers who know their stiff. You can capture amazing images with the 12.3 mega pixels and it has a hybrid viewfinder plus the APS-C format CMOS sensor. It’s cool and takes incredible shots with the direct exposure control and shutter speed dial.
A Great Deal for Your Money
The Nikon Coolpix P310 gives amazing value for money. You have 16 megapixels at your disposal along with full HD videos and a 4.2 x zoom. This model takes great shots even in low light and is the perfect size to pop in your pocket on nights out or for trips outdoors. This is very user friendly; you don’t have to mess about with raw files as it only takes jpeg images, making ideal for the casual photographer who still wants amazing quality shots.
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