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Tips: Digital Camera: What to know when buying

It occurred to me that even though digital cameras have been selling for some years now, people might not know what to look for when buying a digital camera. Well in this post I will give some pointers that will hopefully give you a better idea of what to look for and how to recognize a good value. First off you need to know your budget or what you are willing to pay for a camera with all the features you are looking for. Please don't tell me you are not willing to pay anything. It's just to obvious. In any case I try not to spend more then $US 400.00. So far I have been able to find well made cameras that also have features I am looking for. Next decide what kind of zooming capabilities are necessary. Are you going on safari? Do you find yourself at the back of the school gym no matter how early you get to little Johnny's school play? You will want a camera with a large number optical zoom. Third you want to decide on a megapixle size. 4 megapixle

Review: Camera: Olympus Zoom C-60 Review

I purchased several months ago a new digital camera. It was a wedding present from my wife to me. She didn't want to make the choice herself so she told me "I don't want to make a mistake and get a camera that we would regret later." So through the mailers and newsprint adds we looked to see what the local stores had to offer. After a few hours of tedious searching I came across a great deal from Office Max for the Zoom C-60 . Here is the features and benefits from Olympus' site. * A 6.1 megapixel CCD (effective) produces outstanding images and outstanding value for a camera so compact. * Frame your subject just the way you like with a 3x optical/4x digital/12x total seamless zoom. * 1.8" Semi-transmissive (low-reflective) TFT color LCD (134,000 pixels) cuts down glare and dramatically improves the visibility of the LCD in direct sunlight. * Thirteen (13) shooting modes give you the flexibility to capture amazing images for various situations (Landscape, Port


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