Choosing a new camera can be difficult with all the choices on the market, but you can make an informed decision after you find out about the best point and shoot cameras. They come in a wide range of prices, and with different features, so make sure you know what you want in a point and shoot before you head to the store. You will also benefit from doing some research on the companies and customer service as well.
- Canon Powershot S95. This portable point and shoot has great image quality, It also offers both manual and automatic controls that include white balance and ISO. It takes good pictures when there is low light as well as having good quality video.
- Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5. This is one of the point and shoot cameras that has a 3D shooting mode. It also has a great mode for those panoramic views when the light is low. Another good feature with this point and shoot camera is that is can handle SD, SDHC, and also a memory stick.
- Nikon Coolpix S8000. A point and shoot camera that is very easy to operate. It has automated controls making getting that perfect picture easy for almost anyone. The zoom is great for beginners, as well as the LCD screen. Not only is this camera easy to use, it is also very small and lightweight, making it easy to carry.
- Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX9. One of the point and shoot cameras that is controlled by a touch screen, this camera is easy and fun to use. This one also offers a 3D mode, and a mode for low light. It is small and portable, making it easy to take anywhere.
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