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Short Reviews of 3 Pocket Size Cameras

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Short Reviews of 3 Pocket Size Cameras

The pocket size camera industry is one area within the consumer electronics community that keeps growing rapidly. You can probably guess that there is a lot of competition among the many manufacturers of this device. Consumers like you can reap the rewards of this competition. The competition drives the development of new technology which creates advanced features, benefits, and innovations. Find the best pocket size camera for your needs by learning about some of the new features to be on the lookout for.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX9 is the first camera up and is one that appears to have made some compromises in certain areas. Although some people love this quality, we found the images to be consistently too soft. This camera has the capability to be good for quick shooting which can appeal to some hobbyists. Able to perform under a variety of conditions, this is an adaptable digital camera. This ultra-compact camera has a 12 mega pixel capability, 4X zoom, and a 3.5 inch color TFT matrix LCD display. We wish the battery life was better along with the photo softness issue. If you’re interested in this camera, you will need to do additional research as there are too many features to adequately cover in this article.

Cyber-shot DSC-TX9
For those that prefer a point and shoot camera, there is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH20 This ultra compact camera has 14.1 megapixel resolution as well as built in flash and LCD. For those interested in LCD particulars, it uses an active matrix TFT technology design. You will use the 2.7 LCD display to review and frame your shots because this camera does not have an optical viewfinder. There is an optical image stabilization system for shake compensation.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH20
Then there is the great Fuji line of digital cameras which include the F31fd digital compact. pocket size camera. The image quality is without question thanks to exceptional ISO standards. This is the very camera that proved the folly of focusing on pixel counts alone. That is not true at all, and most people still do not realize they do not need high pixel counts except for certain applications. This camera offers incredible low light abilities that many consumers feel is a fair trade off for higher pixel numbers. A lengthy battery life coupled with excellent performance at high speed photography is other favorites for this camera.

It’s enviable to have to struggle to come up with a follow up to a great product. You’ll find some terrific digital cameras for all specs, applications, and budgets. You can find a camera from the low hundreds up to $500 or more. Also, the most important thing is to determine your need for the camera and why you want to get it. Once you can answer that, then you can begin researching cameras to find one that will meet your needs.


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