Digital Camera Buying Guide

 


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Every year, more and more cameras are being produced by

different camera manufacturers. They differ in design,

features, and a lot more which makes buying a new digital

camera confusing especially for the non-techie.


Don’t fret, though. We have provided you with a list of

some things you have to look out for when buying a digital

camera. Read them below.


1. How many megapixels do you really need?


More advanced cameras come packed with more pixels. But

before shelling out tons of money for that gazillion

megapixel camera, keep in mind that there are other factors

that have to be considered when buying a camera.


Besides, a study showed that people, even experts, cannot

see the difference between the prints of pictures taken by

5 and 10-megapixel cameras.


2. How much memory do you need?


Are you the type of person who prefers to store your images

on your camera instead of your computer? If that’s the

case, then you need to buy memory with a larger capacity

for your camera.


It’s also the case if you’re a professional photographer

using a digital SLR since cameras of this type use up more

memory to store high-quality pictures.


3. Batteries are the lifeline of your camera.


Therefore, when you buy a digital camera, you should make

sure that a backup battery can be found easily just in

case you run out of juice (which always happens when you

least expect it).


You should consider buying rechargeable batteries since

they save a lot of money than buying the single-use

variety.

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