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Digital Camera Guide

Digital Camera Guide

Topics:

Why buy a digital camera?
Internal & External Memory
Optical & Digital Zoom
LCD Viewfinder
Batteries
Computer Connections
Controls
Audio Recording & Movie Mode
Digital Camera Glossary
Flash Memory Glossary

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Why buy a digital camera?

Digital Cameras

Digital cameras place more creative power and control in your hands.
  • Review, re-shoot, or discard images immediately
  • Download your favorites to your computer for printing, emailing, or posting on the Web.
  • No waiting on film processing or struggle to organize negatives and extraneous prints.

What should I consider when buying a digital camera?

Features vary with the quality and price of the camera. You should consider the following:
  • Image Resolution 
    Megapixels  The more megapixels your camera has the more detail you will get in your photos.
    Optical & Digital Zoom  The greater a camera's optical zoom the closer it brings you to the action.
  • Memory Sticks and Flash Cards  The more megabytes a memory stick has the more photos you can save on the camera.

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Shoot: Take your pictures- you can use the LCD screen to make sure the picture is just right!Select: View your pictures on the LCD screen and select only the ones you want to keep.Share: Download your pictures to your computer for easy sharing via the web or print them with a photo printer.

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