How To Pick The Perfect Digital Camera The Easy Way In Under 30 Minutes! Part 1 of 3 …
In this 3 part Series I am going to talk about one very easy system to decide on what camera to buy in under 30 minutes. Without having to spend weeks second guessing yourself about which camera to buy.
Ok. Let’s get started
Sometimes it is better to ‘do as people do’ rather then ‘do as they say’. So one quick way to narrow down the enormous amount of digital cameras that you could potentially purchase to a more manageable amount. Is simply to see what people are actually buying right now, and then pick from that more narrow selection.
If people are actually spending MONEY on it, then you can be very sure there is something to like about it, and you get to piggyback on all their research efforts into the bargain.
So, Step 1 in choosing a camera if you are short on time, and cannot do extensive research, is to go where the money is already going!
The first thing you need to decide is whether you want a Digital SLR or Point and Shoot Camera.
At first this can seem like a big dilemna. In practice it’s not. By the time you are ready to use an SLR you will already have taken a lot of photo’s and the idea of a ‘Quick Guide to Choosing a Camera’ will be total anathema to you anyway! By then, spending 37 days and 200 hours going over camera reviews and specs before deciding is half the fun of the process
If in doubt, get a compact. They are much cheaper, and by the time you decide you made the wrong purchase you will have got a ton of use out of the thing (errr and so in reality was more a ‘stepping stone’ purchase, then the ‘wrong puchase’).
Trust me. You need to be committed to the cause to lug about an SLR!
At the time of writing the top five best selling ‘Point and Shoot‘ Cameras on Amazon.com are:
And the Top 5 Best Selling Digital SLRs are:
In part 2 we are going to narrow down your choices very quickly and have you do a little (very little I promise!) thinking about what you really want in a camera.