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When we talk about cameras, then the first name comes and strike in our mind that is, Canon. Recently, the company has released its new model for the Indian market named as Canon PowerShot A2200. It is quite compact and having a weighs of 135 grams, one can easily hold the model in the palms. The model has been launched with a dimensions of 93mm(width), 57mm(height) and 24mm(depth). And, this is the first time when the model comes in four fantastic colors namely blue, black, silver and eye catching red and its body has got a curved edges so that users can be attracted by its newly design.
The model has been bestowed with a 3-inches of LCD screen and focal length of 28-336mm. The present model when compare to its ancestral one has dimensions of 113 x 73 x 46mm for the former and because of adding new advance tecnhnolgy the weigh has been increased a little to 314grams that includes battery and falsh card. The maker of the petite model has added new face detection software that can able to capture up to 12 faces at a time.
Canon PowerShot A810 Point & Shoot is Canon’s new entry-level model and is priced decently for your pocket. The camera sports a 16-megapixel sensor, a 5x optical zoom lens with the focal length starting from 28mm to 140mm. Then it caters to a DIGIC IV image-processing engine, which works so aptly well. To top that, the camera can record full HD 720 p videos recording at 25fps and presents you to review all your images and videos on a 2.7-inch LCD monitor. Plenty of other features lined up from here that you can choose from a line of modes are Program, Live control, Portrait, Low light, Miniature, Toy camera, or Discreet.
Great camera, kit not so great! I love love love this camera, I am new to the dslr world, so am still finding my way around it, much easier thanks to an app on my iPad! The camera takes amazing pictures, and it feels quite durable as well! The shipping was so fast as well! My recommendation would be to buy the camera alone, rather than this kit, as the kit is very low quality, the bag I got was nothing near what was pictured, it came with 2-8gb sd cards, which are class 3, the cleaning kit was a cloth that looks like a dryer sheet, and a small pack of q-tips. The tripod is ok, but doesnt glide all that well when extending, and seems relatively cheap. It was nice to receive a spare battery, but those are available fairly cheap on amazon, so I would advise against spending any extra money on this kit.
DIGITAL SLR CAMERA INFORMATION SHEET Make sure to purchase a DIGITAL SINGLE LENS REFLEX camera BEFORE YOU BUY A SLR (single lens reflex) CAMERA Digital technology keeps improving constantly any camera body you buy today will most likely be available upgraded within a year or two. Here are some things to take into consideration before shopping: • How much do you want to spend? • Are you a photojournalism major? Do you plan to use the camera professionally in the near future or are you taking this class for general interest? • Do you plan to add additional equipment (lenses and flash systems) to your camera system? Some of the top brands are Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Sony. Many professional photojournalists choose Canon or Nikon. If you plan to take photo 2 next semester, we have some Nikon and Canon lenses you can check out, which fit only on Nikon/Canon camera bodies. What are your basic options: You can buy a camera kit (camera and lens are sold together) or you can buy a camera and lens separately. Camera kit A camera kit usually includes a camera body and 1or 2 zoom lenses at a slight discount. Most kits include consumer or prosumer lenses. Kits are sold in order to get you started without spending too much money. Unfortunately some kit lenses are better than others. Make sure to check all kit lens options before you buy! You might be better off purchasing a camera body and a lens separately (I would recommend a prime 50 mm f 1.8 lens) Should you buy the camera and lens separately? That might be a good idea! Especially if you plan to buy a middle of the road (or used) camera body and a professional lens. Some industry people recommend to purchase a decent camera body and the best lens you can afford. The camera body will be outdated long before the lens. A good lens should work on future camera bodies from the same maker. I RECOMMEND TO START WITH A PRIME 50MM F1.8MM LENS, which costs about between $80.00 and $120.00 What about buying a used camera body? First, make sure to buy from a reputable seller. Look at seller's feed back history and make sure you do a price comparison check : used body vs. compatible new body. Some photographers believe in buying a new camera body and a used lens. Since each camera body has a certain shutter life you might encounter unexpected problems with used camera bodies. Modern camera technology moves ahead quite rapidly which quickly out dates used camera bodies...