No one really pays emphasis about what is the best out there. Regardless of the hobbies, interests or categories a buyer has. The thing that interests most buyers is the thought that the price money they are paying for something is worth the usability and functionality of a certain thing. That is the same with having the best digital camera available. Like for example, If I buy a camera ranging from $200-$300 the very first thing I will consider is that if the features and effectiveness of the camera corresponds to the market value it has.
I am quite confident that you will fine the following tips very helpful if you are one to agree with my thoughts. And if you are able to follow them, you will see that you can have the best digital camera out there that you can buy.
The book “Ninety percent of everything is crap” written by one of my favorite author, Theodore Sturgeon, which will be the basis of most of the discussions as we go further. From the book, I have ideally converted its ideas when you are going to buy or select the best digital camera out there.
First set of questions:
1. Is the camera you are planning to have atleast belongs to the top rated list? If so then you may proceed into the next step.
2. Read customer reviews. Check the star rating and make sure it is at 4 stars or higher. Most of the best ones should get good rates of reviews, and if the if some cameras in your list does not have it then move on.
The Next thing to do
When you finally have a list of the prospect models, the next thing you need to do is conduct a thorough trial run of each one. You may find it timely to do but I guarantee it will be rewarding.
Go to the available digital camera store near your place or raid your favorite store perhaps. Ask as many annoying questions if you like, but make sure you are making sense of your questions. Try if you can flatter the store manager to let you take a few home. After two days or two for sure your list will even narrow down to one or three choices.
But then if you are looking for the quickest way out of this there is always what we call “plan B”. For those who wanted to have the best digital camera for them but lack the energy to investigate, here are four of my favorite SLR cameras: Olympus E-PL1 Micro Four Thirds Camera, Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera, Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 (Micro Four Thirds), Olympus Evolt E-420 Digital SLR Camera.