Digital cameras have really come of age in the last few years and no longer do people use the old style camera with a film in. Why do people plump for the Digital camera? This is simply because the quality of the picture is a lot higher than that of the film camera, they are so much more stylish and of course you can hold a lot more photos to the memory card of a Digital camera. With a film camera you are limited to what you can do with the photos taken, really all you can do is get them printed off at a store whereas a Digital camera you can either take them in for development or print them off on your home computer.

So what Digital cameras are worth buying? At the end of the day you want something that can be portable, easy to use, with high quality results. Depending on how much you want to spend there are a few price ranges that you can go by, firstly for the budget cameras that sell between £20 and £50 you can get your hands on the latest Proline PL-DSC 579S for a bargain price of £35 in some shops and online stores, for that you get a 2.4″ LCD screen and a 5 megapixel camera.

However if you are looking for the mid range cameras then the Sony DSC-W130 is a great choice, you should be able to find this for just under £100 and with a massive 8.1 megapixels, a staggering 4x optical zoom and a massive, 2.5inch LCD screen it is worth every penny.

Finally at the top end of the market and if you are willing to really spend a bit of money and treat yourself or someone else to a Digital camera then the Canon SX10 IS should be the one you go for. This camera has just about everything from a 20x optical zoom, 10 megapixel camera, autofocus to keep objects in sharp focus, red-eye reduction, exposure compensation and panoramic stitching. This camera will ensure that every photo that you take will be 100% perfect.

Source by Gemma Watkins