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.

1). SAMSUNG PRO815

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.



2). SONY CYBER-SHOT DSC – W200

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.

3.CANON EOS-1D MARK III

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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