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Mini Digital Camera? How to Select the Best Camera For Your Needs

Friday, February 12, 2010

By Mindy Debra Carlson
If you're interested in buying a mini digital camera, no doubt you must be wondering: what sorts of things are important to look for when buying ultra-compact cameras?

The thing to look out for is what features the camera offers. Technology is rapidly advancing and digital cameras now come with a wide variety of details that add function to the camera depending on what kind of photography you will be doing. Will you need a mini digital camera for long zoom? Will you frequently be working in different lighting conditions? Are you just looking for a camera to capture simple family moments?

These are the questions you need to be asking yourself to determine what features you'd like to come with your new camera. If you aren't working the field of photography, obviously you won't need a camera specifically geared for complicated shots.

The next, and perhaps the biggest thing most people look for, is picture quality. This is measured by megapixels, which are one million pixels: the standard unit of measurement when calculating picture quality. Back when cameras were first making their transition from film to digital, pixels were important because of the technological differences.

The more megapixels a camera has, the better the picture quality will be on the camera, although it's wise to keep an eye on the price when looking for picture quality, as a higher megapixel count will also mean a more expensive camera.

In addition to the aforementioned things, personal comfort and compatibility should be taken into account when buying a mini digital camera. As the "mini" in its name implies, these are miniature versions of digital cameras, specially designed to be small for quick and easy use. But how small is too small?

The ideal camera is large enough to be held accurately in hand and small enough to be kept in an easy to access area. The individual's experience is of course the best assessment of comfort, so be sure to get a feel for your camera before deciding if it's right for you!
More mini digital camera reviews at my website, MiniDigitalCameraGuide.com.

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