With their easy to use format and solid technology, wonders abound int the world of pocket sized cameras. They’re designed to take crisp, clear photos that are vivid in color and detail. Everyone has their preferences about things such as photo qualities, i.e. softness of objects, and the the accessories needed. When a camera maker concentrates on one area, however, other areas can suffer. The following discussion will help acquaint you with three pocket sized cameras.For a mid-range price in a digital camera, the pocket size Canon Power Shot SD850 IS makes an excellent choice that happens to be feature rich. The camera is ultra-small and still manages to offer a 2.5 inch display. This 8 megapixel camera offers 4x zoom and image stabilization features. Of course, moving on to the image process features like red-eye removal doesn’t hurt the status of this camera by any means.
Canon prefers external memory cards. A 32 megabyte SD card comes with your camera. While it won’t hold a ton of photos it should be enough to get you started LED IP65 Waterproof Lighting upgrading should be a priority. The PowerShot SD 870 IS by Canon is next up for discussion. There aren’t many differences in features over the SD850 IS by Canon there are some cosmetic differences that are notable. The LDC screen is slightly bigger at 3 inches and the camera boasts a slight increase in megapixels from 8 to 8.3. There is, however, a new image processor, the Digic III, plus advanced face # detection technology, as well. The face detection ability is capable of detecting nine faces, and then the processor utilizes the faces for autofocus plus exposure time.
There is an updated version of the multicontroller pad which has proven to be more responsive than before plus better ergonomics.The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 offers a great experience that is less specialized and more of an overall application. This in spite of relatively lacking jpeg processing ability, but you won’t be disappointed with the photos you shoot. This is a 10.1 megapixel pocket size camera with a 3 inch TFT LCD display. The LX5 follows on the heels of the super-successful DMC-LX3 camera. Panasonic had their work cut out for them when they started going to work on the LX5.We’ve found the improvements are not massive.
The LX5 sensor has about a 30% more sensitivity increase over the LX3. The LX5 also use a higher index for color rendering on the LCD, in addition to the LED back lighting for improved color. There you have it, just a few of the lower end (in our opinion) pocket size cameras. Some of these would be great to test out to see how you may like this variety of digital ultra-compacts if you’ve never used one before. They are priced very reasonably and do provide decent enough picture quality.