Top 5 Cameras for Digital Photography Beginners
Top 5 Cameras for Digital Photography Beginners
With all the choices available, shopping for digital cameras can be overwhelming. We’ve like to make it easier for you.
If you’re in the market for a digital point-and-shoot camera for a beginner, here are 5 models we found which are highly recommended by the leading websites on digital photography.
These cameras are compact, easy for a beginner to use, yet has enough features for a budding digital photography enthusiast. They’re also price reasonably for someone who’s still exploring the world of digital photography.
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Here’s our top 5 cameras for digital photography beginners:
1. Canon Powershot A1100 IS
A top choice in many digital photography sites. It takes 12.1-megapixel photos and includes all the features beginners will appreciate, such as shooting modes that automatically select the right settings, Face Detection Technology, and Intelligent Contrast Correction. Yet other modes will allow the shooter to select his own settings for exposure, shutter speed and other variables. And at only a little over $100, this is one affordable yet powerful camera.
2. Panasonic DMC-FS25
Another 12.1-megapixel camera that gets consistently high ratings from photography sites. Aside from face detection and intelligent ISO control, the Panasonic DMC-FS25 allows the user to lock focus on a moving subject. The shutter release is ultra-fast, with a time lag as little as 0.006 seconds. At the ISO 6400 setting, you can take pictures even in almost total darkness.
3. Casio EX-FC100
This 9.1-megapixel camera bosts of high-speed burst shooting, which lets the user take 30 shots per second – great for sports and other action-packed photography. It also records HD video and features fast uploading to YouTube.
4. Sony Cybershot DSC-W290
This camera’s Intelligent Auto Mode, Intelligent Scene Recognition and Face Detection Technology make picture-taking foolproof even for the rank beginner. It even has Anti-Blink Function, which helps keep subjects from blinking, and warns the photographer when a subject has blinked. It has a range of other features, including 13 photo modes, image stabilization and a 9-point autofocus. This 12.1-megapixel camera also takes HD video.
5. Nikon Coolpix L100
This is a 10.0-megapixel camera with 15x optical zoom. The Smart Portrait System lets users take portraits without the dreaded red-eye, which the camera fixes automatically. It also has face-finding technology, so faces are always in focus, a Smile Mode, which shoots the picture when the subject smiles, and a Blink Warning, which lets the user know when the subject blinked. Other features include image stabilization, high-speed shooting, low-light shooting, and Sport Continuous Scene Mode of up to 13 frames per second.
Hopefully this list will help you find the perfect entry-level camera. Compare the features with your digital photography needs and, of course, your budget, to find the best point-and-shoot camera for you.
Even professional photographers use these compact cameras for situations when they cannot lug around a huge digital SLR camera. So don’t think that using one of these makes you an “amateur.”
The proof is in the picture. And if you’d like to take professional-looking pictures, then download your f-ree copy of the report, “Shoot Digital Pics Like the Pros.”
The above digital camera review was offered by the Desk of Learn Digital Photography Now.
I think it will help you define your needs before purchasing your new, or next, digital camera.
Happy shopping and all the very best!
This is a great article and very timely, too. I have a digital camera but it takes horrible close-up shots. This article really saves me time researching the best digital camera to fit my needs and it has given me some good tips to try to get a better picture.
I need a good camera to take close-ups of jewelry and other small items for my Ebay auctions. In addition, I want to take close-up shots of flowers in my garden to use as wall art. Your review has given me a great list of cameras to consider and to put on my Christmas wish list!!!
I am very happy to hear that you’ve enjoyed the post.Thanks for taking time to let me know.
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I just started photography. It’s a really cool hobby, but I spent a few hundred dollars for a Nikon DSLR which I still had to spend time exploring. This article is helpful for amateur photographers who don’t want to invest on serious SLRs yet.
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