Kinds of Camera......

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1. Posted by acosta (Inactive 3 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi everybody! I am just a new traveler and I want to have an exact idea of what kind of camera will I used to take some pictures while traveling. Now I have my Digital Camera with me and I think there is a certain kind of camera that is the best for us, as travelers. I heard about the out door camera and film too. What about that?
Is there anyone can give or can recommend what is the best at day time and night time?

2. Posted by none (Full Member 70 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

There is no best camera but the one you prefer and are comfortable with. Digital are better than film ones when photographying in dark places or at night.

3. Posted by darah (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

pls answer: wat is the different kinds of camera?

4. Posted by viriyaphal (Budding Member 8 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Hi acosta,

Canon PowerShot SX210 IS is amazing i think. With a 14.1MP sensor and 14x (28 - 392mm equiv.) optical zoom range. It also features a dedicated video recording button and supports SDXC memory cards. But like none said, there's no best camera. Try to learn some photography tricks will also be good. I just read some tips here - snip-

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5. Posted by shutterfly (Budding Member 3 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

SLR camera's are generally the best way to go--they are bigger than digital point & shoots but the entry level ones are not too big for traveling and take great photo's.

I use Nikon and love it but the Canon interface is supposed to be a bit easier to learn.

I've heard Olympus makes good digital point & shoots if you want to go smaller but sacrifice quality and range.

Where are you going?



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6. Posted by Shinkansen (Budding Member 5 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

Depending on your skill set, your exceptions and final use of cameras, your tree basic choices are Point and Shoot, EVIL, and dSLR.

P&S are the cheapest, dSLR's are the most expensive.