Shopping Picks in Digital Cameras
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Little girls will love taking digital photos with this Hello Kitty digital camera. It's just like Mom's camera, with a few exceptions: The (extremely) low-resolution sensor, Hello Kitty design, and special software that lets her put fun Hello Kitty borders and frames on photos before she emails them to her friends. The camera is easy to use, has 8MB of built-in memory, and works right out of the box. Compare prices on Hello... more
Now available: Sony's latest full-featured camera, the Cyber Shot DSC-H2. With its impressive 12x optical zoom and optical image stabilization, this 6-megapixel camera can capture long-distance images with minimized blurring, even during longer exposures. It's got an optical viewfinder, 2" LCD, 7 scene modes, and, for more serious photographers, the ability to add telephoto and wide-angle lenses.
If you send Mom and Dad digital photos all the time, but they don't spend much time at the computer, get them this award-winning Philips digital photo display. Its full color 7" LCD screen displays single photos, thumbnails, or slideshows, and it stores up to 50 photos. The display works in both landscape and portrait positions. Just plug it in or use the rechargeable battery; no programming or PC required. See all digital... more
Sony's latest full-featured camera, the Cyber Shot DSC-H2, ships any day now. With its impressive 12x optical zoom and optical image stabilization, this 6-megapixel camera can capture long-distance images with minimized blurring, even during longer exposures. It's got an optical viewfinder, 2" LCD, 7 scene modes, and, for more serious photographers, the ability to add telephoto and wide-angle lenses.
Should you buy a camcorder or a digital camera? Why not both? Sanyo's Xacti HD digital video camera combines a 5-megapixel still digital camera (with 10x optical zoom) with a camcorder that can record 21 minutes of 720-pixel HD video on a single 1GB SD card. But wait, there's more: A big fold-out 2.2" display, image stabilizer, and the whole thing weighs just 8 ounces (that's about 2 iPods). More camcorders.
Make a slide show of your photos, set it to music, and watch it on the Nikon Coolpix S5. The camera may look plain, but inside that sleek, metal wave-like exterior you'll find a 6-megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, 11 scene modes, and some interesting features like the slide show and a one-touch portrait button with in-camera red-eye fix. And its rechargeable battery that can take up to 210 pictures on a single charge.
The Nikon D200, a new midrange digital SLR camera, boasts a 10.2-megapixel sensor, 2.5" LCD, large optical viewfinder with 0.94x magnification, and 5fps high-speed continuous shooting. Housed in a lightweight magnesium alloy, the camera is sealed against dust and moisture. There's also an optional wireless transmitter to send images directly to your PC. Prices start (without lenses) at $1699.
A couple months ago J.D. Power and Associates released the results of their 2005 Customer Satisafaction Survey. Kodak won the award for best cameras in the $200 - $399 price range. Kodak's latest camera, the 6.1-megapixel EasyShare Z650, is now available and features 10x optical zoom, multiple scene modes, a 2" screen, and 32MB of built-in memory. Prices start at $315.
Brand-new form Panasonic: The VDR-D100 camcorder, just announced at the Consumer Electronics Show. It records directly onto DVD-RAM or DVD-R discs, capturing detailed images of fast moving objects like race cars and kids running. Stand-out features include a whopping 30x optical zoom, 2.5" color LCD that rotates up to 270°, and USB interface to link directly to your computer. More camcorders.
Sony's new 6-megapixel camera may look like just another supercompact digicam, with standard 3x optical zoom, image stabilization, and a big 2.5" display. But its whopping 58MB of internal memory (no flash memory card necessary!), ability to shoot indoors without a flash, and music slideshow function make it stand out from the crowd. And it's only 5/8" thick. More Sony cameras.
Smile. You're on camera, with the Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000. And you look and sound good, thanks to the built-in microphone, clear and echo-free audio, and state-of-the-art optics. The QuickCam lets you add live video to your favorite instant messenger program, and even takes 1.3-megapixel photos. It clips on to any flat-panel, CRT, or notebook display. More webcams.
If you liked Fuji's 6.3-megapixel FinePix E500, Fuji figures you'll love that camera's successor, the FinePix E900. The company has managed to cram a 9-megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom, and a bunch of manual features into a small 7-ounce package that should still appeal to the point-and-shoot crowd. If you want more zoom and don't care about overall size, check out the 9-megapixel FinePix S9000. Compare prices on more Fuji cameras.
We love it when you can rotate camera parts Rubik's Cube-style. The new 6-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S4 has a 2.5-inch swivel LCD, so it's easy to shoot low-angle and above-the-head photos, and still see what you're doing. The 10x optical zoom is icing on the cake. Prices start below $340. Browse our entire selection of Nikon digital cameras.
Canon's fall line includes the PowerShot A410 (the successor to the A400), an easy-to-use 3.2-megapixel camera that takes great photos, even if you're new to digital photography. The camera has 3.2x optical zoom, 14 shooting modes (Portrait, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Underwater, Kids & Pets, and more), and you can get it for as little as $140.
Nikon's D70s digital SLR camera is very much like its predecessor, the D70, which got rave reviews. Both cameras have 6.1 megapixels and 3.8x optical zoom, but the D70s has a slightly larger LCD, a better menu system, a remote control, and more custom settings. It can also capture 3 frames per second for up to 144 consecutive shots.
No experience required. That's the first thing Pentax wants you to know about its new 5-megapixel Optio S55 camera. It's got a big 2.5" LCD monitor, so you can see what you're doing, plus 3x optical zoom and a Help mode to answer questions. It comes with 11MB of built-in memory, and starts at $264.
Engineered to perform and certain to impress. That's how Kodak describes its new 5-megapixel EasyShare Z7590. It features 10x optical zoom, lots of scene and color modes, and manual controls if you feel like getting creative. It's also the first Z-Series camera to feature flash sync connection. See the most popular digital cameras on mySimon.
"Picture book, pictures of your mama, taken by your papa, a long time ago..." We've got that Kinks song stuck in our heads, the one from the commercials for HP digital cameras. The latest HP model is the Photosmart M417, an easy-to-use 5.2-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, a 1.8" display, and 16MB of internal memory. Not fancy, but not bad for $200.
The new Canon PowerShot A520 is an upgraded version of the company's hugely popular PowerShot A85. Like the A85, the A520 has 4 megapixels and a 1.8" LCD, but the A520 has 4x optical zoom (compared to its predecessor's 3x), uses SD memory, and is significantly smaller and lighter than the A85.
Check out our new and improved Digital Cameras by Brand feature, where we present the latest models from Canon, Fuji, Kodak, Konica Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, and Sony. For each camera, we answer your basic questions: How many megapixels does it have? How much zoom? How big is its screen? How much and what kind of memory comes with it? And of course - how much does it cost?