Camera & Camcorders
Getting a camera to capture lifes great moments might sound easier than it is. This short camera picking guide will help you on the way to choose the right one for you. Compact camera Also called “point and shoot” which says a lot about the use. These cameras are small, quick and easy to use. Most models today do actually have quite a bit of settings to override the automatic settings but the quality can’t be compared to a real DSLR camera. If you are looking for a travel camera and just want to capture the moment this is the way to go. Picture quality is by far better today which sometimes can produce pictures just as good as a DSLR. DSLR Bigger, heavier but way better cameras! Having changeable lenses, more settings, more pixels and a mirrored viewfinder makes the DSLR a camera for people who wants “more”. The possibilities to impact the outcome of a picture and the picture quality are probably the main reasons for getting a DSLR. On the downside for a DSLR is weight, size, complexity and of course price. Video camera Most still cameras can also record film but the outcome is most often better in a dedicated video camera.
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Aiptek DV T8 Camcorder - 16MB Internal Memory 2.4 Inch Rich LCD Display 5 Megapixel CMOS Sensor Night Mode Free Intex NANO X Phone
Envie 2 x AA 2800mAh Ni-Mh Rechargeable Batteries - Ideal for high drain devices Saves money environment Highest capacity battery 1000 times rechargeable
Slik Tripod Compact Series MINI II - Close Up Photography 2 Leg Section Compact and Versatile Minipod Ideal For Low Position