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Digital compact camera is small, light and simple to use automatic camera that only requires the user to point and shoot to get great photos. Compact digital cameras come with a range of features to suit different needs, including size, water or shock proofing, and optical zooms.
DSLR is more versatile than a standard, "point-and-shoot" compact camera. You can focus manually, adjust light settings (ISO, shutter speed and aperture), change lenses, and create great effects with accessories like external flashes, light filters and tripods. DSLRs also have larger image sensors. This means more detail and contrast from your images.
If you're looking for portable entertainment for you or the kids, while travelling on public transport or going on holidays, a portable DVD player is a great solution. We outline the features to consider when buying a portable DVD player.
Capture your special family moments with a digital camera. Consider this: do you need a compact camera or DSLR? And which camera functions should you look out for? This guide to buying a family camera will help you break down the choices.
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Taking casual snapshots is easy. After all, most mobile phones have built-in cameras. But what happens if you want something better, or are taking photos under more demanding conditions? In some situations, there’s simply no substitute for a digital camera.