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Tips on Finding and Buying a Digital Camera
by David Ford

Buyers should select digital cameras that are appropriate
to their needs and have features and a price that are right
. For example if you only want to take family photos for
emailing to the grandparents it would be overkill to buy
a camera with a 10 times optical zoom, 2Gb of memory, and
12 megapixels costing $1,000.

It is always important to consider the cameras optical
zoom factor. An optical zoom as opposed to a digital zoom
operates like a pair of binoculars, or telescope,
magnifying an image. A digital zoom merely enlarges the
size of pixels (the dots that make up the image) which at a
certain point will lead to a fuzzy, out of focus image.
For most ordinary uses a three (3x) times optical zoom
would be the minimum requirement.

As discussed above the pixels are the dots that make up an
image. The more megapixels a camera can put in an image
the higher the quality and larger the print you can make.
Five megapixels is generally enough for everyday use. The
higher the number of megapixels the more expensive the
camera. The expected print size and quality for various
levels of megapixels is:

To get a resolution of 1600 x 1200 or a print size of
4 x 6 inches choose a 2 megapixel camera.
To get a resolution of 2048 x 1536 or a print size of
5 x 7 inches choose a 3 megapixel camera.
To get a resolution of 2560 x 1920 or a print size of
8 x 10 inches choose a 5 megapixel camera.
To get a resolution of 2816 x 2112 or a print size of
11 x 14 inches choose a 6 megapixel camera.
To get a resolution of 3264 x 2468 or a print size of
16 x 10 inches choose a 8 megapixel camera.

It is important that the digital camera will allow you to
adjust the number of megapixels for the image. This will
allow you to control the image size, quality and memory

An additional consideration that should be factored in is
the amount of memory provided with the camera. Standard
memory, usually 16 or 32 megabytes is generally not enough
to store a large number of high quality images without the
need to constantly download them to your computer. The best
solution is to upgrade to a higher capacity memory card
such as a 256 megabyte card. It is often more cost
effective to source memory via reputable auction sellers
to obtain a large cost saving on store bought memory.

Like all technology that is subject to constant use
digital cameras components can fail. Most warranties
offered by wholesalers or Auction site stores will cover
a new camera for twelve months. It is often prudent to
enquire if the warranty can be extended through the
manufacturer as, from my experience, cameras can fail
just after the warranty period leading to the need to
purchase an entirely new camera.

A vital piece of equipment is the inclusion of cables and
software to allow you to view images and download photos to
your computer. Make sure these are compatible with your PC
and are included in the digital camera package price.

If buying at auction ensure that the seller has good
positive feedback scores and selling history. Pay by credit
card for any purchases over $100 to ensure you can get your
money back in case the goods are not received. Also check
that postage costs are reasonable. If you find an item
you like unless it is buy it now put your bid in right
before the auction closes to increase your chances of

If you are looking to cut down the time it takes to find
the right digital camera bargain I have found auction
reselling sites to save considerable time as they provide
pre-defined searches to allow you to zero in on the latest
bargains and listings.

David has made Digital Camera buying easier. Using his
experience with Auctions and Digital technology.
Go to for more information.

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