Five of the Best Ultracompact Digital Cameras on the Market for 2007
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Nowadays technology is steadily becoming smaller and lighter, especially when it comes to digital cameras. Most digital camera manufacturers are always trying to out do the competition with a smaller, lighter, and faster digital camera. We as consumers are always on the lookout for the next "big" thing (so to speak). This article looks at five of the biggest cameras when it comes to thinking small.
From average consumers to professional photographers, many people are in the market for an ultracompact digital camera which they can easily carry in their pockets. Ultracompacts are great to take on vacations or to concerts because of their small stature which makes them very easy to carry. Ultracompacts are becoming increasingly more advanced with greater optical zoom ranges, better image stabilization systems, and better lenses which deliver great photos. Professional photographers frequently carry an ultracompact with them at all times as a back-up camera.
So I thought that I would do a little research and compile a list of five of the top ultracompact digital cameras for 2007. These five picks were chosen based upon my personal experiences, as well as other reviewer's thoughts and user's experiences. I will list my choices in no particular order. Any of my choices would be good for the average consumer looking for an ultracompact camera, but those in the market for a digital camera should always do a little of their own research before handing over $250+ for a camera.
My choices just happened to be dominated by Sony and Canon. These are two of the biggest digital camera manufacturers in the world, and they both have had great years in 2007. The price range of my picks starts at about $200 and goes up to around $399. In this price range, you can expect very good quality photos and performance, and a nice set of features.
If these prices are a bit too steep for you, you may want to take a look at the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W55 ($189), the Olympus FE-190 ($144), Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W35 ($130), or the Fujifilm FinePix F40fd ($191). All of the cameras I just listed are under $200, and they are all very good quality cameras, though they are not quite as good as my picks. Now, without further adieu, here are my top five picks.
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