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  1. Casio Exilim EXTR80 Digital Camera

    The EXILIM EX-TR80, the next-generation addition to its TR range of selfie-oriented compact digital cameras. Successor to the highly popular EX-TR70, the EX-TR80 is now bolder and sleeker and comes with new and enhanced features for seamless selfie-taking, including an ‘all-star’ series Make-up…

  2. Casio EXZ77 Digital Camera

    7.2 million effective pixels, 3X optical zoom. 2.6-inch wide screen LCD display Easy Mode, which displays simple shooting menus on the right side of the monitor. High-quality movies using the H.264 standard The combination of face detection technology and the auto-tracking AF system using…

  3. Casio Exilim EX-ZS6 Digital Camera

    TECH SPECS HARDWARE Camera type Point-and-shoot Internal image stabilization Yes SENSOR Effective pixels 16.1 megapixels DISPLAY Size 2.7 inches VIDEO Video capture Yes Max. resolution 720p LENS Focal length (wide) 4.7 mm Focal length (telephoto) 23.5 mm Optical zoom 5 x PORTS Video…

  4. Casio EXILIM EX-ZS12 Digital Camera

    16.1 megapixels 1/2.3-inch square pixel CCD SDHC-/SDXC Memory Card, SD Memory Card F-number : F3.2 (W) to F6.5 (T) Optical Zoom : 5x Digital Zoom : 4x (20 times both with optical and digital zoom) 2.7-inch TFT color LCD, 230,400 dots (960 x 240)

  5. Panasonic Lumix G DMC G7 Digital Camera

    The LUMIX G7 features this brand new technology instantly calculating the distance between the items inside the frame and drives the focus of the lens in one fast, continuous movement. This new system results in AF speeds up to 0,07 seconds, and a burst shooting speed with AFC of 6 frames per…

  6. Canon G5X Digital Camera

    An advanced compact camera characterized by a large image sensor and fast zoom lens, thePowerShot G5 X from Canon pairs a 20.2MP 1" High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor to form the Canon HS SYSTEM for enhanced low-light capabilities, fast performance and full HD 1080p/60 video…

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Digital cameras, or digicams, encode images and videos digitally. A sensor, called the 'charged couple device' or CCD, records the image and the photograph gets stored on a memory card. The advantages of using a digital camera are plenty — you can take hundreds, even thousands, or pictures, delete any you don't want and, given most digicams come with an LCD screen, you can view your shot immediately. There are different types of digital cameras available in the market today, the most common ones being the compact cameras, designed for portability and for casual shooting; the action cameras like GoPro, which are rugged and small; and the DSLRs, which range from the entry-level to the professional. DLSRs and some compact cameras allow for interchangeable lenses. Canon and Nikon compete against each other in the digital photography market, but Olympus, Panasonic and Sony are not far behind.
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