The ABCs of Point-and-Shoot Cameras – Reviews by PC Magazine

by Larry Emmott on September 29, 2008

in Cameras

Sure, it’s tempting to opt for a totally tricked-out digital camera–a superzoom or D-SLR model–with all the bell and whistles, but that’s not always the best choice. A compact camera is often the perfect option for a snap shooter who might need a bit more guidance and more automatic modes than an experienced photographer.

We’ll show you how to select an easy-to-use, compact digital camera, and point you to some of our favorites.

The ABCs of Point-and-Shoot Cameras – Reviews by PC Magazine.

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