Here is your Best Camera Buying Guide

As a matter of fact,there is no standard to tell you which kind of Camera is best.A higher resolution or bigger zoom range is not means the good camera.Another rules you should keep in mind when choose a camera is that High price do not means high quality.Last but not least,It’s best only when it fits you.try it in your hand and make sure its comfortable.If it’s too big or too heavy feel in your hand,you will not take it for outside frequently,or just leave it at home.So pick up a camera you can really control.Here are some cameras from┬ácomes with different price and different main features for you to evaluate.

Fujifilm instax mini 8 Instant Film Camera
These Fujifilm instax mini 8 Instant Film Camera is a compact camera that supports the use of Fujifilm instax mini type film to produce instant credit card-sized prints. In regard to imaging, the instax mini 8 features a Fujinon 60mm lens that is capable of focusing as close as 2′ away.

Fujifilm X-S1 Digital Camera (Black)
You see what Fujifilm did here, right? They’ve added an in-between camera to their high-end X series, right between the fun X10 and the serious X100. The X-S1 Digital Camera (Black) looks like a DSLR, but has a fixed 26x 24-624mm lens with a very fast (for this zoom range) f/2.8 maximum aperture at the wide-angle end of the zoom (it goes to f/5.6 at longer focal lengths).

1080P HD wifi Action Camera with Waterproof Case
The WDV-5000 Action camera is designed for filming a variety of adventure sports and it comes with a rugged housing that is waterproof down to a depth of 131′ (40m). The camera captures Full HD 1080p video.

Canon PowerShot N Digital Camera (White)
The white PowerShot N Digital Camera from Canon inaugurates a new series of digital point-and-shoots. It is a sleek, compact camera with a wide-angle zoom lens, tilt and touch LCD panel and Wi-Fi connectivity featuring a convenient Mobile Device Connect Button.

The black Canon EOS M Mirrorless Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lenses and Flash Kit combines the EOS M digital camera along with a versatile duo of lenses and the Speedlite 90EX flash. The flash’s compact size and lightweight design are well-matched to the EOS M and the guide number of 30′ at ISO 100 and optical wireless master function make it a versatile tool for rounding out the imaging abilities of the camera.

Sigma DP2 Merrill Compact Digital Camera
For truly rich and detailed images, the DP2 Merrill Compact Digital Camera from Sigma employs three layers of vertically stacked receptors to take advantage of silicon’s unique ability to absorb light at different depths. This allows the DP2 to more accurately reproduce colors, and capture sharper resolution images, than any camera the same size.


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