In the market for a new camera but confused about what digital camera is the right one for you? Let the experts at What Digital Camera help with your decision...
Are you in the market for a new camera but found yourself stumped by the question of ‘what digital camera should I buy?’.
The chances are that you’re not along in this regard. The digital camera market is now more competitive than ever before, with technology advancing at a blistering pace and a wide choice of manufacturers producing quality cameras in the pursuit of your hard earned cash.
The good news is that you need not wonder any more as the team of experts at What Digital Camera have put together a selection of guides covering the plethora of cameras currently on the market.
Ranging from DSLRs to underwater compacts, from bridge cameras to cameras under £100, there’s bound to be a model that’s either in your budget or that meets you photographic requirements.
So, wonder no more and take a look at our guides below…
If your budget will stretch to it and you’re after the very best in image quality, the sensible option could be lie in the DSLR market.
Luckily the selection therein is broad-ranging with something for everyone, and we’ve covered the very best in our guide to the Best DSLRs of 2013.
The combination of manual imaging control and a substantial optical zoom, all packed in to what is invariably a portable and lightweight body, make the bridge camera one of the most popular on the market.
We’ve collected together some impressive models in our guide to the Best Bridge Camera of 2013.
Heading off on holiday and looking for a camera that you don’t have to worry about either round to pool or on the beach? Then maybe a tough compact could be the one for you. Not only are they shock-, water- and dust-proof, but tough compacts now offer a better level of image quality and at a keener price than ever before.
We pit six current models against each other to find out which you should go for in our Best Underwater Camera Group Test 2013.
A compact body and the retention of a larger sensor and interchangeable lens technology make Compact System Cameras popular amongst those wanting more from their photography and make the step up from their compact.
If that sounds like you, then you might want to have a read of our guide to the Best Compact System Cameras of 2013.
If the bottom line is your bottom line when it comes to choosing a camera, then fear not as the market currently offers some great bargains.
For a selection of the very best, visit our Top 5 Budget Compact Digital Cameras under £100.
Still confused as to what digital camera might be the right one for you? The What Digital Camera buying guide has all you need to help you make that decision.