Tips for Buying Digital Cameras
Not long ago, consumers were in awe over the fact that one could plug a little digital camera into a computer, and achieve a poor quality, grainy image. “It's interesting, but it will never replace film,” they'd say. Today, twelve mega pixel cameras, which can produce poster-sized prints of amazing clarity, are common. Whether you are an amateur who simply wants a way to take nice snap shots of the kids, or the professional photographer looking to produce high quality artwork, the digital age has what you need.
Digital cameras range from little novelty point-and-shoot models that you can pick up for a couple of bucks to high end Single Lens Reflex lines, with exchangeable lenses and accessories in which you can invest many thousands of dollars. If you're serious about improving your skills you may find that investing in a low-end digital SLR body and then gradually collecting lenses is a good way to build a collection of equipment. Even if you never want more than sharp, bright pictures with point and click ease, however, the digital world has something great to offer.