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How To Choose Your First Digital Camera Posted By: Claretta Boldo

First, set yourself a budget for your purchase. It will not be a satisfying experience to set out with GBP 100 and then fix your desire on a digital camera costing many times more than that. Be realistic and don't spend more than you can afford. Secondly, decide what you want to achieve with your photography. If you want a small, easy to use camera to take snaps of family occasions and memorable times, you might decide that the most expensive, all-singing and dancing interchangeable lens camera would be an unnecessary expense. On the other hand, you may decide to explore photography further and submit your work to online photo libraries or magazines, or even charge for your work - in that case, you will need both technical expertise and the equipment able to produce the high quality images required for such assignments. A good beginner's camera would be a fixed lens compact camera with a good optical zoom. Remember that you inevitably get what you pay for, and buying cheap cameras under around GBP 80 is likely not to be a satisfying experience.buying digital camerasusing digital camerasfirst digital camerachoosing first digital camera

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