Digital Camera in India

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Given the technology and the growth of the market in present times, a whole range of Digital cameras are now available, costing from a thousand rupees to few lakhs. It is surely intimidating to try to understand which camera can be the right one for you. Details below will guide you how to make an informed decision before buying a Digital Camera.

• Research and find out which cameras your friends or relatives own. Tell them you are planning to buy one, and ask them for a few tips and try to get a dekko of the camera.

• Decide what you really want to photograph. Avoid buying high grade or an expensive camera, if you want to click photos of your friends and family. In this case, an inexpensive one will suit your needs.

• In case you are a novice, then there is no need to purchase a professional level camera for taking pictures. Gradually, you will feel the need for a more expensive camera with number of different modes or option to select from, to choose your style and to suit the increasing experience. Hence, choose a camera that fits both your budget and as well as your experience level.

• At the outset, the best way forward is to study the market and decide upon a budget. Doing this will allow you to spend money within the exact range. Thus, you can avoid buying a camera that you cannot really afford.
• If you are looking at taking simple small sized prints, then ordinary 2.0 mega pixel cameras will suit the bill. If you are an aspiring professional photographer and require larger print sizes for creating portfolios, then the better idea would be to invest in professional level digital cameras.
• Check the zoom level in case you want to take a lot of close ups. For decent close ups, a 3x or 4x camera is ideal.

• Before you end up making up your mind and having an inclination for purchasing the camera, it is a good idea to research the market for the prices before you take the final decision. Usually, price varies from stores to store and you end up confused with different prices. Resulting that you can end up saving some money before you finally make the purchase.

• Avoid buying the camera from the grey market. Also, make sure you get the bill and the warranty card duly signed by the dealer before you make the payment.

Sony Cybershot W360 Camera Features:

Bright F3.6 Sony Lens , 14.1 Mega Pixels , 34mm Wide angle lens , 7x Optical Zoom , Sweep Panorama , 3.0 (7.6 cm) Clear Photo LCD Screen

This Sony Digital camera Technical Specification:

• Effective Pixels: Approx. 14.1 Mega Pixels
• Processor: BIONZ
• Sensor Type: Approx. 1/2.3 Super HAD CCD
• Optical Zoom: 4x
• Image Stabilizer: Optical SteadyShot

• Focal Length f = 4.7 – 18.8mm (26 – 105mm)
• Auto Focus Range: W: Approx. 4cm to Infinity, T: Approx. 60cm to Infinity
• Shutter Speed Mode :
Auto (2 – 1/1,600)
Program Auto (1 – 1/1,600)

• Multi-use Terminal: Yes (AV / USB / DC)

• Supported Storage Media:
Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick PRO Duo (High Speed)
Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
SD Memory Card
SDHC Memory Card

• LCD Screen: 3.0 (7.6 cm) (230K pixels), Clear Photo LCD
• Lithium ION Battery
• Dimensions: 94.0 x 56.1 x 16.7mm
• Weight: 109gm
• Body Material: Metal Body

Sony Cybershot W360 Price in India: MRP Rs. 12,990/- Indian Rupee (INR)

Nikon S9100 Camera Features:
• 18X zoom with wide-angle aperture at 25mm to super-telephoto aperture at 450mm in Nikkor Lens
• Superior high-speed continuous shooting performance
• 3.3" inches 21 thousand-dot TFT LCD monitor with wide viewing angle
• Portrait mode; Night Scene : Several shots are captured to reduce blur and noise in the background, and one shot using the flash is captured to ensure a bright portrait subject
• Panorama mode: Create dynamic vertical or horizontal panoromic images.
• Full-HD movies with stereo sound

Nikon Coolpix S9100 Specifications:

• Effective Pixels: 12.1 million pixels
• Lens: f=4.5-81.0mm / F3.5-5.9
• Vibration Reduction : Combined Image Sensor shift & Electronic VR
• Focus Range: Macro: 4cm and Normal mode: 50cm
• 74MB Internal memory and SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
• Images File Format : Compressed [JPEG (EXIF )], mono/wav file, MOV movie
• Image Capturing Modes: Single, Continuous H (approx. 9.5 fps up to 5 shots), Continuous L (approx. 1.8 fps up to 24 shots),
BSS (Best Shot Selector),
Multi-shot 16 (16 frames with a single burst)

• Video Recording: HD 1080p High (1920×1080), HD1080p (1920×1080), HD720p (1280×720), iFrame 540 (960×540), VGA (640×480), HS 240 (320×240, 240fps), HS 120 (640×480, 120fps), HS 60 (1280×720, 60fps), HS 15 (1920×1080, 15fps)

• Sensitivity:
Auto mode (auto gain ISO 160-800),
Fixed range auto mode (ISO 160 to 400),
High Speed continuous mode (ISO160-3200),
Manual selection mode : ISO 160, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200

• Self-Timer: 2 and 10 sec. duration
• Li-ion Battery EN-EL12
• Battery Life: 270 shots
• Dimensions: 104.8 x 62.0 x 34.6 mm
• Weight: 214gm

This Nikon Digital Camera Price in India: Approx Rs. 20,000/- INR

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This article was published on 2011/05/11