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Once you’ve established what you’re looking for in a digital camera, start reading reviews of digital cameras that fall within the features you want.
Here are some popular digital cameras that have been reviewed by Bright Hub experts:
Canon Digital Cameras
In this review of the Canon Rebel XSi, you’ll find out if this digital camera merits the price tag attached and whether or not it’s worth upgrading from its popular predecessors – the Canon Rebel XT and XTi.
Not sure if you should buy the Canon 400D or the Canon 40D? This digital camera comparison will help you decide.
Some additional digital camera reviews of Canon products include the Canon PowerShot S5 IS and the Canon PowerShot A2000 IS.
Nikon Digital Cameras
The Nikon Coolpix S600 is a very compact point-and-shoot digital camera that offers excellent image quality, but is it worth $300? For an additional $100, $400 will get you Nikon’s Coolpix P80. This digital camera is a d-SLR wannabe, which isn’t at all a bad thing. The Coolpix P80 will also provide you with a massive 18x optical zoom lens and a long list of features. The LCD screen, however, isn’t the most impressive. Read this digital camera review to learn more.
For an entry-level digital SLR camera, the Nikon D60 may be what you're looking for. This camera offers the freedom of exposure control, but also shoots brilliantly on auto.
Sigma, Sony & Olympus Digital Cameras
Yes, the Sigma SD14 has been on the market for a while, and yes, there is a newer model available now, the Sigma SD15. However, if you’re looking for an entry-level dSLR camera and would like to save a few bucks, read this digital camera review on the Sigma SD14, to find out what it has to offer.
Another highly rated dSLR camera review is of the Sony DSLR-A300. Great for the photographer who is new to the world of dSLR photography; this digital camera captures brilliant photos in auto mode, has a competitive price tag and an abundance of features.
The Olympus E-520 is an entry-level DSLR camera. This review will teach you the good, the bad and the ugly! Another entry-level digital SLR camera made by Olympus is the Evolt E-420, which would you prefer?