Top 5 budget cameras
You don’t have to spend a lot of money find good, inexpensive digital cameras. Picking the right camera is bewildering at times and you need to research before you purchase any camera. There are plenty of things that you have to keep in mind, does the picture quality comes well? Is the resolution and pixels available fine? Here are some good as well as affordable cameras for all of you.
Are you confused that which camera you should opt for?
Canon Power Shot ELPH 330 HS has tried to provide some advanced features in its ELPH series of stylish point-and-shoot cameras with the HS (high sensitivity) designation, and the latest in this family, the Canon Power Shot ELPH 330 HS, has proved to be one good camera in the series. It is available in black, silver, or pink, also has a 10X optical zoom lens, full 1080p HD video recording, and a 3.0-inch LCD screen. It can shoot at up to 6.2 frames per second in burst mode at a full 12.2MP of resolution. It can also perform well in low light using the HS technology, and the ELPH 330 can shoot at an ISO setting up to 6400.
GE X2600 is an ultra zoom camera which has many good things in it. The image quality is excellent in comparison to other cameras of similar affordable rate. Its USP is 26X zoom lens which is one of the largest you’ll find in this price range. Whether it is image sharpness, flash photo quality, and its large zoom lens, this one caters to all.
Olympus SZ-10 being a budget camera has 14MP SZ-10 digital camera. It is equipped with an 18X optical zoom lens, which is one great quality one can find at this price. You’ll also find a high-resolution 3.0-inch LCD with the SZ-10. It has impressive features like to shoot 720p HD video, to use Wi-Fi to connect to a computer, and to shoot in a 3D photo mode.
Looking for a point and shoot model?
Fujifilm Fine Pix XP170 is one camera which is in the series of waterproof cameras which are gaining momentum. It especially is one shoot and point waterproof model. It is available in blue and orange variants with 14.4MP of resolution, a 5X optical zoom lens, a 2.7-inch LCD, and 1080p HD video recording. The XP170 measures only 1 inch in thickness. It has the quality of working in up to 33 feet of water depth, can survive a fall up to 6 feet, and will shoot in temperatures as low as minus-14 degrees Fahrenheit.
Samsung MV800 is another point and shoot model. Samsung looks to innovate, even within the inexpensive point and shoot market, adding dual LCDs and Wi-Fi capabilities. It includes a flip LCD that can rotate 180 degrees until it’s positioned over the top panel of the camera, allowing for easy self-portraits. Throw in a touch screen LCD, and you have a camera that’s really easy to use.