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    How to choose the best digital camera?

    Although very easy to use, digital cameras are packed with technological innovation. You’re not supposed to understand how they work – they’re there to make taking pictures easier and to give better, sharper results. They can detect faces and sort out the focus all on their own, compensate for any shaking and adjust colors according to light conditions.
    But it’s never an easy task to choose a digital camera. There are countless models with a range of megapixels and a range of features. The quality of a digital camera is mainly defined by four quantities: resolution, lens aperture, lens zoom range, lens quality, and software. CCD sensitivity also varies somewhat.
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    Before asking those questions, you have to ask, what are the pictures for? No point in looking at a dslr if a simple point and shoot will do the trick when it's just for sharing with friends and family by email. Or the other way around, no point at looking at a simple point and shoot when you need a dslr for better control of speed and depth of field.
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    You’re not supposed to understand how they work – they’re there to make taking pictures easier and to give better, sharper results.
    I disagree, I think by expanding your knowledge of your camera, can help the photographer be more efficient. You would know what the camera limitations were and come up with solutions to make your shot work.

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