Ready, Aim, Shoot: Simple Cameras

Ready, Aim, Shoot: Simple Cameras

Joel Pirela
Feb 3, 2011

When a DSLR won't cut it, due to the size or being too complicated for typical carry around use, these simpler point and shoot models are all that you need to get your memories digitized. Shooting pro-looking photos, have never been this easy.

Samsung TL500
Whether or not you're looking to go pro, you're going to look like a pro with this Samsung TL500. it has an ultra-wide 24mm F1.8 Schneider KREUZNACH lens with 3x zoom and a 1/1.7" CCD sensor. You'll be taking the best possible photos, even in the darkest conditions. And with a 3" rotating AMOLED screen designed to give you control of your framing no matter what crazy angle you want to shoot from, your photos will come out looking very professional.

Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS
This camera gives ELPH lovers all new reasons to step up. It has a back-illuminated CMOS sensor-driven HS System and a f/2.0 lens, both of which deliver incredible images in very low light. And if you like shooting action or sporting events the high-speed burst mode and the Super Slow Motion Movie function will help you to mix things up. Great looking low light shots are possible at both low and high ISO speeds, and the dynamic range is expanded to retain maximum detail in highlight and shadow areas. 

Sony Cyber Shot DSC WX5
This camera has features like Superior Auto and Background Defocus make it easy to get the best shot. There's even 3D Sweep Panorama and Full HD 1080/60i AVCHD movies. Sometimes a flash can wash out the scene making it hard to truly capture the mood of the moment. For low-light environments, the back-illuminated "Exmor R" CMOS sensor delivers some great performance and increases sensitivity by 2x to reduce the annoying noise that comes standard when shooting in low light condition. Shots around the campfire never looked better. We love the small but compact size.

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