Top 5 Digital Cameras

Posted on 27 July 2010

With so many beautiful things surrounding us, it’s a wonder that the digital camera are selling like hot cakes. And the manufacturers are taking full advantage of this craze by introducing new digi-cams with a whole new wide range of specifications. Therefore boiling it down to the top best 5 digital cameras which arenot too pricey for one’s taste,wasn’t easy.


First on the list is the Samsung Pro815. It has 8 megapixel with an optical zoom of 15x with a focal length of 28-420mm. it has a 3.5inch LCD screen. Though the reason why it made our list is because it is supported by a 1900mAh, 7.4V lithium-ion battery, known to be the largest battery as compared to the rest. This is a must have for all photograph enthusiast.


Although released in 2007, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200 is our number 2 on the list because of it ever growing popularity. This Sony Cyber-shot comes with a 12 megapixel, Carl Zeiss lens with optical zoom, eye level view-finder and a 2.5 inch large LCD screen. Its other features include automatic face detection, in-camera red Eye Reduction and it has a ultra-high sensitivity(ISO 6400) mode. Its so sleek that you can rest assured it will never go out of style. It comes in silver and black.


Next on our list is the Canon EOS-1D Mark III. Its features include 10.1 megapixel digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR), 28.1 × 18.7 mm CMOS sensor, Microphone for recording voice annotations and many more. This makes the Canon EOS-1D Mark III perfect for professionals.

4. LUMIX DMC FZ50 Coming in fourth is the Lumix DMC FZ50 by Panasonic.

It is a super zoom digital camera with 10.1-megapixel CCD, a Venus Engine III processor, 2.0-inch flip-out 207k high resolution LCD, TTL Flash hot-shoe, a 0.44″ Electronic viewfinder and optical image stabilization. It works on a Lithium-Ion battery.

5. NIKON D40X Last on our list is the Nikon D40X. It has a 10.20 megapixel lens with a 2.5 inch LCD screen with a ISO sensitivity range 100 – 1600 plus HI 1 plus a bigger viewfinder view (x0.8 magnification, 95% coverage), Red-eye reduction and a faster continuous shooting (3 fps vs. 2.5 fps) with noise reduction.

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