With so many digital camera models rolling out year after year, it is time to decide what type of camera one can actually afford. Its great success for those who find portability an issue; there are compact light weight sizes all over the electronic market. Some of the best compact cameras include:
Samsung DualView TL225
This is a finely implemented digital camera with dual view inch touchscreen LCD display of 1.5-inch and 3.5-inch on the front and back side respectively. The dual screens give users good access to intuitive menu. An in-built accelerometer makes menu selections cheap and fast. Another unique feature about Samsung DualView is that users can set it to give haptic vibration responses whenever the touchscreen displays user’s choices.
Sony CyberShot DSC TX1
The Sony CyberShot TX1 benefited from a downfall in price soon after its upgrade TX7 was rolled out. It’s an ultimate ultra-compact camera and offers better value than many others in the market. Its sexy appeal and compact size really attracts so many people; it delivers decent photos and images. It snaps high quality images enabled by its superb Exmor R CMOS sensor. It has an intuitive touchscreen menu for easy use.
Canon PowerShot S90
S90 is an enthusiastic compact camera that showcases Canon’s magnificent digital Elph designs. It’s an easily portable pocket size point and shoot camera. It combines successful features such as a huge sensor, colorful wide f/2.0 – 4.9 lens to offer quick access to a plethora of manual controls, high image quality, RAW image support and manual controls. It is packaged in a slim and sleek Elph body and is sleeker compared to other compact cameras.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7
This is one of the Panasonic’s most pioneered category of cameras and was introduced as a successor to DMC-ZS3. It has a gorgeous large 3-inch LCD screen with 12x zoom bright lens. It has a 12.1 MP resolution with improved auto focus features and image stabilization. It also delivers an in-built GPS receiver and full manual controls. With this camera, users can easily geotag images and identify over 0.5 Million landmarks.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS2
DMC-TS2 is an improvement from DMC-TS1. It’s an excellent entry to the waterproof point and shoot cameras in the market today. It delivers excellent shock resistance up to a depth of 6.6ft, waterproof to a depth of 33ft, freeze-proof and best shock-proof features. It has an improved auto focus like the DMC ZS7. Its speed is noticeably faster with the 14.1 MP and a wide LCD display.