Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – I know, I know this is not a point and shoot digital camera. However the Canon Eos Rebel T2i just has to have a honorable mention on this review site. This digital SLR camera is probably one of the best if not the best higher end selling camera. This camera brings professional EOS features into an easy to use, lightweight digital SLR that’s a joy to use. It has some of the most advanced features of any digital SLR, it’s simply the best Rebel Canon has ever created….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 is a small, compact digital camera that offers both beginner and professional photographers a way to take high quality photographs without the need for a bulky digital SLR. This camera is not only a top of the line point and shoot digital camera , but the high-definition video camera feature allows consumers to record special memories when photographs just won’t work….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX10 is a camera that fits into any lifestyle or adventure and measuring around six inches long and weighing less than a pound can easily fit into a pocket without weighing you down. For such a small camera it also packs a lot of punch being waterproof, freeze proof, shockproof and dustproof, but the destruction proof features aren’t the only reason to buy this camera….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Panasonic Lumix GF2 shoots professional-quality full High Definition (HD) videos as well as handling still photography. All in all this is a reasonably good camera, and the average shooter looking for something to take on vacation that’s compact but fairly powerful won’t be disappointed. Right now this is probably one of the most sought after hot digital cameras for not only personal use but for great gifts as well….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – Canon PowerShot S95 – If you’re looking for a pocketable camera that has reasonably high quality images, lets you control aperture, speed and focus and shoot in RAW format, this is it. The settings are quickly changed either through the menu, the mode dial, or the front ring. For the money, the features, and the sheer compactness, there is no other current camera that matches the S95. This camera has the ability to take some breath taking photographs….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Canon PowerShot SX130IS quality of photos is spectacular. The color is far superior to any camera in a comparable price range, especially a simple point and shoot. If you primarily value really great picture quality and zoom ability, then this is a great choice in the under $200 USD range. There are many picture taking modes including Program, Manual, Av, Tv, Auto, special scenes, etc. This camera is so cool!….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS camera is ready to take photos very fast. From the time you press the button, it’s pretty much set to catch the action. It consistently delivers GREAT photos. I also compared the 1080p video vs Flip Ultra HD which shoots in 720p. The video quality is like night-and-day with the 300 HS finishing ahead by a mile. You’re also going to be impressed with the form factor of this camera and it’s 5x OPTICAL zoom….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V camera includes software that allows you to save your pictures as data, WMV, HD and standard mode. A professional photographer stated they used this camera as a backup at a wedding and the pictures came out as good as their high end cameras in many situations. If you want a great compact camera with a load of useful features and are willing to do some of the homework necessary to get the most out of it, the HX5V is an excellent choice….
Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera – The Olympus Stylus 5010 camera does everything it is supposed to and does it well. The one-button HD recording is a major plus and the video is astounding. This 5010 is rugged, light, easy to use and the menus are also very easy to use and navigate through. It comes with a usb cable, a charger head, an av cable, a Lithium ion rechargeable battery and instructions (there is a full user manual on the Olympus website). If you’re looking for a quick in the pocket and go camera this is it….