What Are The Best Digital Camera Brands

what are the best digital camera brands
    digital camera
  • A digital camera (also digicam or camera for short) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
  • Usually captures images with the help of a CCD chip. The image data received is then saved to special memory cards or other storage media. (SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card,  Compact Flash,  Memory Stick,  SD Card,  MMC Card)
  • A camera that records and stores digital images
  • a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
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  • Often, the population to be studied produces paired values, in other words, each individual or experimental result contributes a set of two values. This section briefly describes what bivariate data are.
  • characteristic features of science and how science differs from other areas of human knowledge
  • Mark indelibly
  • (brand) trade name: a name given to a product or service
  • Describe (someone or something) as something bad or shameful
  • (brand) burn with a branding iron to indicate ownership; of animals
  • Mark (an animal, formerly a criminal or slave) with a branding iron
  • (brand) a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"

Day 96/365 - Tools of the Trade
Day 96/365 - Tools of the Trade
These are my current flames – a Nikon D80 and a Nikon Coolpix S200. I didn’t set out to become a Nikonist, it just sort of happened that way. My first camera was a cheap little snapshot camera that used 110 film. I don’t even remember the manufacturer. The first camera I clearly remember owning was the Polaroid One Shot instant camera I got for Christmas when I was in the sixth grade. At first I had the old school flashbulb strip for it, but later I got the battery operated flash module. The Polaroid was kind of inconvenient, despite the fact that you got instant prints. It was a bit big and clunky and you wound up having to walk around with a pocketful of photos. After I got tired of the Polaroid I don’t remember owning a camera for a while. I think I just borrowed whatever my parents happened to have at the time. Then in my senior year of high school I took a photography class and had to get my first SLR. I decided on a Pentax K-1000 because it was cheap and I could get it at the Sears down the road from my house. It was a primitive chunk of metal but I grew to love that camera and took some pretty good pictures with it. In some ways, I think I took better photos with it than I have with any of my subsequent cameras. It had the most basic light meter imaginable – a scale at the side of the viewfinder with a plus at the top, a minus at the bottom, a notch in the middle and a needle that drifted up and down. I had that camera for years until it was stolen from my Jeep while I was in the Navy. After that, I used a crappy little Kodak 35mm point and shoot until I bought a used K-1000 off eBay when I moved up to DC after law school. It was during a trip to Montreal that I decided maybe it was time to try an automatic SLR. I was sitting beside a trail in Mount Royal Park with some peanuts cupped in my palm as a quartet of squirrels would take turns creeping up and eating out of my hand. That was when I made the brilliant realization that trying to focus a manual SLR one-handed wasn’t easy. I kept leaning forward and backward to try and get the squirrels in focus, with mixed results. I went through a roll and a half of film and got six or seven decent shots. So later after I got home I bought a Nikon N65. I never did get the hang of that camera and I didn’t take very good photos with it. It was a tough camera to warm up to. I only got a Nikon because that was the brand of camera photographers on tv and in the movies were always using. My first digital camera was a Canon SuperShot 400. It was only 4 megapixels, but it was easy to use and took good pictures. It was too fat to fit easily in my pocket though, so that was annoying. After getting exposed to digital photography I decided to take the plunge and get a digital SLR. I opted for the Nikon D80 because I could still use the flash and zoom lens from my N65 with it. I wonder sometimes if I’d been better off if I’d started down the Canon path instead. They seem more intuitive and user-friendly, but once you pick one and start buying accessories it’s hard to switch to the other and see your investment fall by the wayside. I’m certainly more comfortable with the D80 than I was with the N65 (which I promptly boxed up and mailed off to my youngest niece so she could use it for her photography class) and I think I’ve gotten some pretty good shots with it. When the memory card door on my SuperShot 400 broke off, I decided to get myself a new point and shoot. I opted for the Nikon Coolpix S200 not through any diehard devotion to Nikon, but because it was really thin and would fit in my pocket more easily than the other cameras at Best Buy. Plus it came in red and I really wanted a red camera. It’s a rather silly reason on which to base a camera buying decision, but still. I took dreadful pictures with it at first and was really frustrated with it. I came close to chucking it and getting different point and shoot, but I kept working with it and I’m finally at the point now that I’m fairly comfortable with using it. It’s a good thing I have it because otherwise I wouldn’t be doing a 365 Project. There’s no way I’d lug my D80 around with me everywhere I go, but with the S200 I can just slip it in my pocket or bag and I’m always ready to shoot. As for future flames, I’ve been really mulling over the idea of getting a D300. They work well in low light situations and also are good at handling shooting environments that are a mix of shadows and bright light. The D80 definitely has troubles in those situations. Just take a look at Sunday’s 365 entry for evidence of that. My jeans are fine, but the view out the window is overexposed and burned up. There’s no guarantee that shot would have come out better with a D300, but the thought that it might is what keeps lurking in my mind. I hate missing a shot. (January 12, 2009)
Week 3/52 - No thanks to Comcast - you suck big time
Week 3/52 - No thanks to Comcast - you suck big time
This is certainly not my best photo, but the story is more important than the quality of the photo. Keep reading.... I remember the night that he won. November 4th, 2008. My Mom, her sister and I all sat in the living room of the home I had moved into just a month prior and watched all of the election coverage on my brand new 32” HDTV. Then, my Mom had a great idea. Since we all watched him win in my living room, we should have a party on Inauguration Day, and again, watch all the coverage on my beautiful 32” Vizio HDTV. I have been looking forward to it since November 5th. Fast forward to Sunday, January 18th, 2009. I wake up at 10am and go down to turn on my TV. The cable is out, and the screen reads that “This channel should display shortly.” I go to work at 1pm, and it’s still displaying the same message. I figure that it will be fixed by the time I arrive home from work. 730pm Sunday night and it’s still out. Now it’s time for a phone call. The technician I spoke to told me that I needed a whole new box, and that they would be more than happy to schedule a service technician to come out on Wednesday, January 21. After explaining to her that I was having people over on the 20th, she told me that I could go to the nearest service center and switch out the box. I was delighted to hear that the nearest service center was in Aurora. The technician gladly gave me the hours and phone number, and told me to take the box there and ask for a new one. Monday, January 19th, I leave work at 10am and set out for the service center in Aurora. It takes me 25 minutes to get there. Guess what? They’re closed for MLK Day. But the sign says that they will be open on Tuesday, January 20. So… my plan is to go there first thing in the morning so I can get the new box. Tuesday, January 20, at 830am, I depart for the service center once again. I’m first in line, and I get the new box. The lady at the service center was pretty rude to me, but I was just too frustrated to care. I just wanted to get my new box and get the hell out. I get home, hook up the box, and the same thing happens. “This channel should display shortly.” It’s now 930am, and I am due to have guests arriving any minute and I have no TV. I put in a phone call again…. I get a technician named Kim, who seemed helpful and sympathetic. She has me try a variety of things (unplug all cables, plug them back in, push this button twice, blah, blah) and she is able to determine that the box was not faulty at all. Looks like they mis-diagnosed the problem on Sunday. Turns out that I am not getting a cable signal at all. Then she drops this bomb on me: “the soonest I can have a tech out in your area is January 28 between 4 and 7pm.” To say that I hit the roof would be an understatement. But wait…. It gets better. She tells me that she is going to have me speak with a supervisor. After spending 15 minutes on hold waiting to speak with a supervisor, I GET CUT OFF!!! At this point, I just wanted to find a spot to watch the inauguration. Good thing my Aunt only lives 3 streets over from me. We wound up watching at her house. And as for Comcast, they got another call from me later in the afternoon. They said they were going to see if they could have a technician come to my house tomorrow (1/21) and would give me a call. That was at 2pm today, and I have yet to get a call back. Big surprise. COMCAST SUCKS COMCAST SUCKS COMCAST SUCKS 1-20-09 081

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