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 Entry level SLR camera or a high end point and shoot?

Answer I would go for a point and shoot if I was in your situation. (I was once)Here are some things you should know:1. If you want a decent zoom lens, it will cost you at least $400, for the LENS ONLY.2.... Read More »
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How much of a difference is there between a high end point-and-shoot and a DSLR camera?

The big difference lies in the quality of photograph and the ways to achieve perfection...Apart from the big sensor size that DSLR cameras possess, the other important thing is how the camera focus... Read More »
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What i sthe differnece between a point and shoot camera and digital camera, which is best for quality and?

Hello,There are acutually a few different types of cameras. A point and shoot is the easiest way to take pictures. It is a camera that literally does all the guess work for you. Most have differ... Read More »
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What is the best point and shoot camera?

The little hole is called a view finder and - believe it or not - is actually a GOOD thing (especially in bright sunlight when you can't see your screen).The long time to take photos is called shut... Read More »
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How to Get the Most from Your Point and Shoot Camera?

Even those who have an SLR don't feel like lugging them everywhere. There is some considerable 'tonnage' if you bring your whole SLR system with you. The little point and shoot cameras offer you an... Read More »
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