Is price the only important factor to consider when buying a digital camera? If you love photography, then you know that buying the right camera is paramount. A good camera will make a good photographer but if you are a good photographer and you have a bad camera, you will never take good pictures. There are many factors to consider if you want to get good value for your money when you buy a camera. There are many brand names and sizes in the market. However, perhaps you will want to consider the megapixel, size and the portability.
Where will you find the batteries? For example, if you buy a camera made in Japan, will you have to import batteries from Japan? Do they have long staying power? If you love outdoor photography, you have to consider the portability of your camera because you will have to take it many places with you. What should you know about the optical zoom? This is just like the camera’s ability to crop and resize pictures, as you do on your computer. However, you have to make sure that the price falls within your budget. Consider the size of the camera, the megapixel and many more minor but very important details.
While megapixel isn’t everything in a digital camera, it is still important. Just know that the higher it is, say, like 5, then the more space that the photos will occupy, so you may want a smaller one. Consider getting a tripod too so that you can set your camera down when shooting pictures. Some cameras also come with very expensive rechargeable batteries and therefore you may want to shop around a bit to find what you can afford to replace in future. What is the power of the optical zoom? Make no mistake, but the zoom is king. Big or small size? This depends on you, but today’s cameras are getting smaller every year. Most important though is the price.