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Where to Read Camera Reviews

Where to Read Camera Reviews

After you’ve determined roughly what kind of camera you want, you have a few choices. You can go to a store and buy whatever the salesperson recommends after hearing your story. You can depend on a friend who has already researched a similar type of camera. Or you can do the research yourself. Be forewarned—if you’re not a camera buff, you may find reading numerous camera reviews overwhelming, thanks to the incredible detail provided. I’ve found the sites below useful for reviews, buyer’s guides, news, discussions, and other digital photography information.

Camera review sites:

  • Digital Photography Review has an especially detailed tool for comparing the specs on different cameras, along with a buying guide.

    Find it at: www.dpreview.com

  • Digital Camera Resource Page offers an interactive buyer’s guide that works on how you plan to use the camera instead of just your opinion of different features.

    Find it at: www.dcresource.com

  • Imaging Resource stands out from the pack with its Comparometer, which lets you compare sample photos taken with different cameras. They also offer a simple camera shopping guide.

    Find it at: www.imaging-resource.com

  • Steve’s DigiCams offers detailed reviews that are unfortunately broken into multiple pages, making reading clumsy.

    Find it at: www.steves-digicams.com


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