In order to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information and recommendations on products, we watch popular consumer trends very closely. Last month’s numbers are in, and it’s clear that most consumers are interested in Cell Phones, HDTVs, Laptops, and Compact Digital Cameras (in that order). But we didn’t stop there. We decided to take a look at which specific products have been getting the most attention.
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When it comes to digital SLR cameras, there are several performance levels to choose from. There are the cheaper, entry-level SLRs which are priced under $1000 (generally including a lens).Then there are the more mid-level SLRs which generally don’t cost much over $1000 (without a lens).
Lastly are the high-end SLRs intended for more professional use, which can cost several thousand dollars. Read the rest of this entry »
It used to be that the megapixel count was the main distinguishing feature between compact digital cameras. Today, most digital cameras feature well over 10 megapixels of image resolution, which is more than enough to create poster-sized prints. When working at this scale, every little imperfection in the camera becomes clear. A sub-par lens can cause slight distortions; inaccurate auto-focus can leave details blurry; and slow shutter speeds make capturing action impossible.