Posts Tagged ‘digital camera’

Old Digital Cameras What To Do With Them

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Many people wonder what to do with their old digital camera once they have replaced it with a newer model. Many people don’t do anything with their old cameras and just leave them lying about gathering dust in the home; this is a pity because most of these cameras still have a lot of life left in them. It is nice to have new things, but it is also good to avoid waste. The following are some examples of what you could do with your old digital camera when you get a new one.

 

- When you actually head out to buy your new digital camera, you should check whether you will be able to trade in your old camera at the same time. Some dealers provide this facility to customers but not all do and it is not very likely to be offered in online sales. It is something worth considering; although you probably won’t make much money on the deal.

 

- One of the best ways for you to get a bit of extra money is to sell your old digital camera online. There are now websites like eBay and Craigslist where you can sell things. You may even get a great price for your camera and it is bound to be more than you would have been offered in a trade in.

 

- Don’t forget the traditional ways of selling those things we no longer want. Putting up posters advertising that you have a camera to sell is a good idea; local shops or your place of work are great places to advertise.

 

- Car boot sales and flea markets are also great places to sell. However you do need to know that the people who buy at these markets tend to know what they are doing and will try to get the lowest price that they can.

 

- Giving your camera to charity is also something that you could think about doing. This means that others less fortunate than yourself, could also experience the joy of a digital camera.

 

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The Best Pocket Size Cameras Reviews – Features You Need

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

There are camera makers that always seem to stand out from the rest. It’s often those who have been around for a long time and have the experience and resources to continue making advances in digital photography.

While there’s no apparent decline in the demand for feature rich digital cameras, there is a tremendous amount to choose from, and that level of competition in any industry means you, as the consumer, will benefit from companies trying to outdo each other for a greater slice of the market. If you’re in the market for something special, take a look at the following cameras. By the way, you should definitely have a look at the HD HERO, highly recommended. Here are some GoPro reviews.

The Canon PowerShot S90 is terrific camera that can produce high quality images indoors without use of a flash. Commonly, camera makers create a line of cameras that is focused on one specific strong point or application. In this case, S90 does well in low light conditions because of its wide angle lens and ability to capture subtle details. A lot of people also like that you can use the large display to view your photos.

This camera is for those who like a bit more control over their photographic compositions. You have manual control of aperture, sensitivity, and the shutter speed. All that plus the easy to use interface for settings makes this camera a great choice. While we’re reluctant to discuss the Nikon Coolpix S3000, we will take a look at this camera out of fairness and because they have made improvements. After all, Nikon has been around long enough to be shown some respect. This ultra-compact camera is good for those with a tight budget because it is inexpensive. But the S3000 is, unfortunately, average or slightly above average. It’s features, including the 12 megapixels, are pretty standard. But it’s LCD screen is a disappointment as it can be quite difficult to see in the sunlight. Because this camera is mostly constructed of plastic, it appears to be cheaply made. We felt the image quality to be average, and you won’t scream when you see the picture quality. You will get the job done with this camera but it is meant specifically for a certain budget.

The PowerShot SD750 by Canon is included because it’s such a good all around pocket size camera. In addition to excellent movie quality, it happens to be a solid digital camera. The camera produces high ISO quality photographs we find quite nice. For an ultra-compact digital camera with a large LCD, this is a great choice. Fans of this particular camera are people who prefer using the LCD screen for snapping shots instead of looking through the viewfinder. While the 3 inch LCD may not be as crisp as some other models on the market it is easily viewable even in the sunlight.

So many terrific digital pocket sized cameras with fabulous features, so little time. Many of these models are follow ups to correct shortcomings that didn’t get noticed until after production. This is not a problem for most people, or us. People have all kinds of uses for their ultra-compact cameras, and so bear that in mind and then find a great camera that suits your lifestyle and purpose. Last but not least, don’t forget to look at this GoPro helmet review.