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Digital Cameras - Great Tips on Buying Refurbished Digital Cameras
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Morok_Yamsaba]Morok Yamsaba
Finding the right camera needs some research depending on the type of use you are looking for. Most consumers buy them mainly for home use. They use them for snap scenes like taking quick pictures of precious moments of kids hanging upside down in the backyard, the cat napping, or the dog chasing a squirrel. The Sony DSC- W series is one of the popular models. It takes great pictures and have the basic functionality.
The important factors are good size LCD screens, especially for those who need reading glasses. One should look for at least a 2.5 inch screen or bigger, a good battery life, and some basic zoom. A 3x optical zoom is a basic requirement for a digital camera. Even the slimmest of models have these zoom. I like those with a toggle wheel vs. all menu driven models. It is best to have a quick menu on the toggle wheel or buttons and then advanced menu for each if you want to drill down on it. Don't forget to make sure it has a good video capability for those moments you want to preserve quickly in motion picture. Remember that the resolution of these videos are generally about Youtube quality. And don't expect much more.
The Sony cybershot DSC wx1 has an inbuilt 11Gig memory with an external memory stick duo slot. It is nice to have internal memory and 11 Gig is in the high end for a consumer camera. But 11 Gig is an odd number , what happened to 12Gig. I bet they are using 1 Gig internally for its on-board electronics. I have personally bought at least 5 Sony refurbished digital cameras. Face detection and smile detection are nice features that are standard on Sony DSCs. Face detection is a very common feature now. Make sure it's there. Multi-point focus is another one. Make sure your battery is lithium ion and can take at least 250 shots per charge.
Nikon coolpix is another great model and the new s1000pj is coming out soon with a projector inbuilt. It is only VGA resolution for the projection though. The battery life would be key here. The official number is 1 hour. I would guess that with picture taking and lying around the house, the practical use of the projector would be to quickly do a slide show as a conversation piece. The price tag is a whopping $429. And it records video at 640x480 using 30 frames per sec. A very respectable feature set and a great Christmas gift for a dear one. It comes out in September and by October these refurbished digital cameras will become available just in time for Santa!
Morok Yamsaba is a staff writer whose passions include digital cameras, digital videos cameras, and other cool digital widgets. In this series of articles he writes about the tricks to buying reburbished digital cameras.
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- Minolta Dimage Z6 6.0MP Digital Camera refurbished. http://img290.imageshack.us/img290/2702/kmz613dx.jpg, price 160 pounds (including a 1GB card) - Any other new camera in this price range (including card)
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looking for expert advice, is this worth it?
JCPenney outlet is selling this camerafor a few days. ive been looking for a good digital cam and i just wanted to know if this was worth getting. this is what the flyer says- kodak easyshare 12 megapixel digital camera refurbished with 90 day guarentee. -12 megapixel CCD for high quality prints up to 30x40 -high resolution 2.5" color LCD -5x optical zoom -capture HD quality stills and video -64MB internal memory SD/SDHC/MMC expanision slot. Im no expert, but from what i know 12 megapixels is really good. its only $89.99 so I was wondering if maybe that was too good to be true? will it be worth it?
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Need help buying a new camera?
I want to buy a new digital camera for a few reasons and would like to know what I should look for while I am shopping. I would really like to keep the price at $200 or less (there are a lot of cheap ones on overstock.com, is that a good idea?). Also, one of the reasons I am getting it is because I am having a baby and would like to take pictures in darker rooms without having to blind my baby with a flash. Also, it would be nice if it also took videos, action shots (my sister play's sports), close up nature shots (I live in a beautiful area). Mainly I want a camera that produces clean blur free shots (I have had cameras in the past that shot only blurry shots). All in all I would say that I want a camera that can do everything but does not drain my bank account, if such a camera exists. Thanks for any and all help guys! Here's a camera that I really liked and thought would work on overstock.com, would this camera work or is it completley wrong, it's a fuji S800 (refurbished)? http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Fuji-S800-10x-Zoom-Digital-Camera-Refurbished/3241726/product.html
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