New Developments in Pocket Sized Cameras

July 31, 2011 by  
Filed under Camera Reviews

You will need to sort through the good, bad, and ugly when shopping for a pocket size camera. Unfortunately, even the best camera makers have a hard time getting it right. Improvements are being made, however. There are so many considerations all makers have to face and try to work with, and of course there are compromises that must be made plus even some sacrifices. If you are looking for a digital pocket size camera, there is plenty of reading available. So, do continue reading because we’d like to show you a few selections you may want to know more about before shelling out your cash.

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX9 is the first camera up and is one that appears to have made some compromises in certain areas. While some people like soft pictures, we found the images from this camera to be consistently too soft. It has the capability to work well for quick shooting which is appealing for some. Able to perform under a variety of conditions, this is an adaptable digital camera. This camera is truly ultra-compact and comes with a 12.2 megapixel capability, 4x zoom and 3.5 inch color TFT matrix LCD display. The battery life is not as long as we’d like, in addition to the photo softness issue. It is not possible to adequately cover all the features in this article, however, so if you’re interested, you will need to do more research. While reluctant, we will look at the Nikon Coolpix S3000 out of a sense of fairness and because they have made improvements. It is Nikon, of course, and they have been around long enough to be shown some respect, after all. Because this ultra-compact camera is inexpensive, it is good for those with a matching budget. But the S3000 is not a lot above what we would consider to be average, unfortunately. With 12 megapixels and others, it has what would be considered standard features. But it’s LCD screen is a disappointment as it can be quite difficult to see in the sunlight. This camera looks cheaply made because it is mostly plastic with only metal buttons and power switch. The image quality of this camera is average which will only produce average picture quality. This is a camera for a specific budget and gets the job done if you need a camera.

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The PowerShot SD750 by Canon is included because it’s such a good all around pocket size camera. In addition to better than average movie quality, this camera also offers solid quality as a digital camera. We have found that the photos produced by this camera are of high ISO quality. For an ultra-compact digital camera with a large LCD, this is a great choice. Fans of this particular camera are people who prefer using the LCD screen for snapping shots instead of looking through the viewfinder. However the three inch LCD can look a little bit coarse, but it’s quite easy to see in sunlight.

There are too many terrific digital pocket sized cameras with fabulous features to cover in this article. The majority of what we’re seeing is follow-up designs to improve over shortcomings that weren’t realized until after design and production. But that is fine with us and many other people, too. Keep in mind the various uses for ultra compact cameras as you look for one that fits your lifestyle and purposes.

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