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Digital cameras are popular items for consumers to buy. Thanks to the easy use of these cameras, there is no need to have the skills previously needed to take good pictures. Consumer research shows these are the top 10 digital cameras to buy. Let’s review all 10 of these cameras.

#1 Canon PowerShot 

When it comes to point and shoot the Canon G15 is a step above the rest. This camera offers 12.1 megapixels. The sensor is one of the largest out there for point and shot cameras. Canon has made some excellent improvements over last year’s model, with an increase in processor power and speed.

#2 Nikon

The Nikon packs a lot of punch for the price. It comes with a 24.1 MP APS-C sensor, dual card slots, and 3.1 inch LCD for better quality images. One of the big selling features is the weather sealing. Up until recently, the Nikon D7100 was considered the top pick and it still remains a great choice.

#3 Canon PowerShot

The fifth generation Canon PowerShot  is the successor to the Canon PowerShot SX40 HS. This level entry point and shoot offers all in one convenience with the single built in lens and a very effective zoom lens that outperforms many others in the same price range.

#4 Samsung 

Don’t let the fun of using the Samsung fool you because this is a very smart camera. This lightweight, point and shoot camera fits in your pocket. The plastic body makes it lightweight and easy to pack all day long.

#5 Sony Cyber Shot DSC 
Sony digital cameras always generate a lot of interest and the Sony Cyber Shot DSC  is no different. This is the first compact digital camera to offer a full frame sensor. However, at $2800 this might be more than most people want to spend because at that price point you have plenty of cameras to choose from. You’ll have to decide just how important the full frame is for you.

#6 Sony NEX 

The Sony NEX  packs a real punch in the compact ILC market. You get excellent image quality, built in flash, Wi-Fi, EVF, hybrid AF system, standardized hot shoe, and more. This camera won’t disappoint. If you are in the market this should certainly make your shortlist.

#7 Sony Cyber Shot 

The popularity of this camera dropped off for a while but not for long. Once again, the Sony Cyber Shot DSC is front and center with its 30x optical zoom, GPS tracking, auto focus, 1080p HD video recording, and Zeiss lens makes this a camera that gets noticed.




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