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  • This DSLR camera comes equipped with a 14.45-megapixel resolution, which is great for people who want to produce quality prints. The maximum ISO of 3200 will be ideal for snapping photos in problematic lighting conditions. It comes equipped with an APS-C CMOS sensor, which enables capturing crisp…

  • The sd Quattro is a highly unique APS-H sensor mirrorless camera designed with the foveon quattro sensor. This sensor is renowned for its incredible image quality and color fidelity and produces imagery comparable to that of a 51MP DSLR with a bayer pattern sensor. Its new physical design touts a…

  • This compact camera has a 14-megapixel resolution, designed for capturing high-quality pictures. It weighs 280 g, which will be great for travelling. This camera features an APS-C CMOS sensor, which enables snapping amazing pictures,even in dimmer lighting conditions. Its maximum ISO is 6400.

  • This compact camera features a 14-megapixel resolution, made for capturing crisp photos. It weighs only 250 grams, which is excellent for travelling. The mounting point will be great for photo professionals. This Sigma camera can take up to 3.8 frames per second in burst mode. It has a CMOS sensor.

  • The Sigma DP0 Quattro is a compact camera with a 39-megapixel APS-C sized Foveon X3 Quattro sensor and a 14mm fixed lens (21mm equivalent) with an aperture of f/4 and wide angle of view of 91 degrees. In order to achieve the highest optical performance, the lens features 4 FLD (“F” Low…

  • This DSLR camera has a 14.8-megapixel resolution, designed for shooting clear and crisp pictures. It features a CMOS sensor. The above-average max ISO of 6400 is ideal for capturing photos in problematic lighting conditions. This Sigma camera weighs 796 grams.


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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.