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Choosing a Digital Camera

Here is the first post written by duoTATA!!! Hooray! I hope you'll like it :)
Do you know how many times we heard this sentence "Aaaa, you are photographer! Can you tell me what camera should I buy?" :)
Well, even the question doesn't seem difficult, it is very hard to answer.

Before you buy a digital camera, you have to do some research. Internet is, of course, a good start, but you can also use photo magazines, or ask questions at your local retailer. After you finish with your research, and choose your best three models, go to shop and try them out (yes, it is possible :) ) 

Here are few guidelines you should fallow when choosing new camera:
  • Think about how and where you’ll use your camera. Remember don’t buy more than you need.
  • How experienced are you? Do you want a camera that is simple to use, or are you more of an artist and you want better control over your pictures?
  • In the photo world often applies "the more you pay the more its worth". So, you must know how much can you afford to spend?
  • Decide what resolution you need. The more megapixels making up the picture, the higher resolution will be. Digital camera manufacturers have told us that more is better. Yes, it is better, if you intend for a lot of your pictures to be printed in a large size, but 5-6 megapixels is more than enough.
  • If you plan to take pictures of subjects that are far away, consider what kind of zoom feature you will need. Digital zoom or optical zoom. Digital zoom simply enlarges each pixel electronically, while optical zoom involves a physical lens magnification of the image you are photographing. Digital zoom is redundant because you can just as easily increase the size of your picture on your computer. So disregard all the marketing stories told by the manufacturers, and look at cameras with the best optical zoom features.
  • Once you have decided on the right camera for you, try to negotiate the price with your retailer. Add to your confidence by checking the Internet for the prices charged for the camera you want to buy. While some retailers may refuse to budge on the price of the camera, they may be willing to include memory cards, batteries or a camera case with your purchase. 

Good luck finding your perfect camera

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