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Digital cameras: Hot gear with the coolest features

July 24, 2005 12:32 PM EST | Electronics | Email to Friend

Cameras: still known for taking pictures but assumed as digital still today.

We have to understand cameras are just as important today as they have always been to us. Most photographers thought when the digital age began; we would be taking fewer pictures because there would not be the wasted photos we didn’t want.

Digital cameras today have not only done this but surprisingly increased our photography enormously!

It should have been expected with all the electronics technology, picture taking would increase, not decrease. Yet many of us made an incorrect assumption. Since we know we can take pictures and edit them instantly on our camera, we continue shooting more photos without that fear.

Terms like mega pixel, optical zoom, LCD size, movie mode all have been adopted easily and quickly in our rush to get a digital still camera. Today, fearlessly, we can easily pick higher mega pixels, a larger LCD size, more or less optical zoom and shoot a movie mode sometimes never before tried.

Comfort today is using your five mega pixel, five time’s optical zoom to get that perfect shot. Knowing the little one will have a movie of them blowing out the candles on the birthday cake with the movie mode of the new digital camera and being able to quickly see the movie on the 2 inch LCD size screen.

In the past, a camera limited us in many ways, but today a digital still camera, with brands like Nikon, Canon, Sony and others, who have embraced the new technology, a digital still camera has become an exciting instrument for all to photograph with.

Enjoy your pictures!

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