The camera industry has certainly advanced throughout time, from images on silver chloride paper to the invention of digital. With so many different choices available, choosing a suitable appears to be as difficult as rocket science. There’s no denying that digital reviews are helpful but only to a certain extent. Digital reviews are normally divided into 5 sections, point and shoot, DLSRs, compact interchangeable-lens, super zoom and tough rugged.
Start at the first exposure for white, which will look ok, but dark. Move through the successively lighter exposures until you find one that you can’t recover the highlight detail satisfactorily. Use both exposure adjustment and highlight recovery tools. The image prior to this is your is your ‘white with detail’ point. Count back to the start exposure. Count the full stops. This is your highlight latitude.
Price. In all fairness, the price tag is one of the more important factors when choosing a camera and there’s a large range of prices out there. Decide what suits your pocket and go from there. You might want o consider getting last year’s model as it will be significantly cheaper that the up to date model.
There are mainly four 3D camera brands to choose from: Sony, Panasonic, Fujifilm and Apitek. Which ever 3D camera you buy, you will want it to be one of these manufacturers. In this review we eliminated brands that are regular cameras that can be fitted with twin lens for 3D effects, those accessories lens are sold to professional photographers and are not meant for kids.
If you are looking for compact, versatility, and ruggedness, then you might want to look at the COOLPIX AW100, with 16.0 Megapixels / 5x Zoom. This camera can go just about anywhere you go. If you want to go diving, this camera can go to a depth of 30 feet. If you want to go skiing, this camera can go to temperatures as low as 17 degrees F.
The first camera that is highly recommended would be the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90. A first glance at 12.1 megapixel camera and you’d never think of it costing below USD 300.00. Its super slim body which measures 15 mm thick and it light weight makes this camera and ideal pocket camera. This best 360 camera has a 3.0 inch touch sensitive LCD screen plus its BIONZ image processor makes snapping the perfect photo extremely easy. This camera is also installed with Smile Detector technology.
What these individuals do not understand is that, sometimes, there is more than meets the eye when it comes to photography and fine art prints. The camera is simply a tool – a very important one at times for sure – but it is just one of many variables that come into play when producing a fine art print of the utmost quality. The real “magic” comes from the printing. It is with the printing that the artist’s intent fully comes to life. The camera is just a tool used to move one along the path towards the final destination that is the print. A bad print from a Hasselblad can be worse than a good print from a cell phone camera.
So there is my NON-answer. Just a whole bunch of things to think about when making your decision. I may not have given you the answer you wanted to hear. I may not have made your decision any easier, but I am sure that when it is made you will feel a lot more comfortable about it.