The Best 10 Digital Cameras of 2010 so far !!

Posted: August 15, 2010 in All Categories, Firmware, Gadgets

I give a shot analyzing best digital cameras ranked by some of the best digital camera reviews from almost all of the digital camera experts online.Since the dawn of the era of digital cameras, they have always remained hot favorites for gadget-lovers around the world. But in the past decade or so, as they become more and more inexpensive. Are you one of those, planning to buy a digital camera this year, but cannot single out the best option? Then this roundup may help you in your quest to pick the best of the lot.

@ No 10) Olympus Stylus 9000


It is great combination of style, quality and technology. Available in Sepia, Black & White color; it gets perfect pictures with 12 mega pixels Optical Sensor resolution. It has 5x Digital Zoom, Frame movie shooting mode, many Shooting Programs like Landscape , Night scene , Anti shake , Beach/snow , Portrait mode , Self-portrait , Sports mode, Night portrait. It has 45 MB integrated memory storage. You can enjoy 2.7 inch TFT active matrix LCD display.

9) Fujifilm FinePix F50fd


As the replacement for the Fujifilm F30/F31fd, a camera that has reached an almost legendary status since its launch back in 2006, the Fujifilm F50fd has some big shoes to fill. If anything deserves to be called a ‘classic’ camera in the shortlived world of digital compact cameras it would have to be the Fujifilm F30/F31fd. It wasn’t very pretty, it wasn’t very feature packed and it wasn’t even very cheap. But the F30/F31fd produced some of the best results we’ve ever seen in a compact camera, and was leaps and bounds ahead of all its competitors when it came to low light / high ISO performance, proving that just because a camera has a small sensor it doesn’t have to be completely useless at anything over ISO 400. The F30/F31fd’s outstanding performance in low light was the result of some clever technology (Super CCD sensor and Real Photo Processor) on the one hand and Fujifilm’s admirable refusal to succumb to the pressure to compete in the ‘megapixel race’. In an almost unique attempt to optimize image quality (rather than marketing potential) they limited the F30/F31fd’s resolution to 6 megapixels, on a sensor that is slightly bigger than the competition’s.

8) Casio EXILIM EX-FH100


Are you an avid sports-lover and want to capture those memorable moments with your own digicam? For serious/wannabe sports photographers, the EXILIM EX-FH100 high-speed camera offers users a maximum burst rate of 40 shots per second and 1,000 fps for high-speed video recording. Other features include the ability to capture 10.1 megapixel images, a wide-angle 24mm 10x optical zoom lens, a 3.0-inch LCD display, and a mini HDMI output for easy video transfer.

7) Nikon Coolpix P90


The Nikon Coolpix P90 is another super-zoom camera, offering a 24x optical lens with a 26-624mm focal length. Nikon’s Vibration Reduction image stabilisation system helps to avoid the inevitable effects of camera-shake when using the longer focal lengths or in low-light, while the P90’s new 3 inch tilting LCD screen makes image composition more versatile. Other key features include a 1cm macro mode, electronic viewfinder, PASM shooting modes, and an extensive ISO range of 64-6400

6) Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2


The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2 (also known as the DMC-TS2) is a new robust digital camera that is waterproof to 33 feet (10m), shockproof from a height of up to 10 feet (2m), freezeproof to 14 F (-10 C) and dustproof. A protective silicon jacket is included in the box to help protect the DMC-FT2’s exterior from scratches. The Panasonic FT2 also offers a 14.1 megapixel sensor, fast Sonic Speed auto-focus system, a shutter release time lag of just 0.005 second and a thicker cover panel for the LCD screen. Other key features include a 28mm wide-angle 4.6x optical zoom lens, a 2.7-inch LCD screen, high-definition movies, and new High Dynamic and Happy modes. The Panasonic FT2 / TS2 will be available in silver, blue, orange and yellow.

5) Nikon CoolPix S1000pj


This compact killer camera gives competitors run for their life with its quality and innovative projector feature. It has incredible 12.1 mega pixel resolution, wide 2.7 inch LCD monitor and very intelligent portrait system. Integrated project has given absolute new meaning to image share, absolutely any surface can be used to project images. It can stand strong for about one hour on single battery. VGA quality 680×480 pixels, images can be projected.

4) Samsung DualView TL225


It is incredibly handy compact camera with innovative front and rear LCD touch screens. It’s an excellent quality camera designed to meet ever need of lively photographer. It has wide 3.5 inch touch screen to enjoy colorful display images, with 1.5 inch front display to help you take perfect shots to cherish forever. It has 5x digital zoom and 4.6x optical zoom. A smart HDMI connector helps image, HD video viewing on HDTV or any HD monitor. This power compact camera has 55MB built-in memory with 4GM microSD card or 8GB micro SDHC card.

3) Canon PowerShot G11 (upgraded)


The Canon PowerShot G11 is the newest member of Canon’s serious compact camera range. It is aimed at those amateurs who want DSLR functionality without the added bulk. With 10 megapixels, Canon targets image quality with the combination of this new “high-sensitivity sensor” and the DIGIC 4 image processor. According to Canon, this has resulted in a 2-stop increase in image quality compared to its predecessor G10, at least with an ISO range of 80-3200 and faster 6400 and 12800 settings at 2.5 megapixels. The G11’s LCD monitor is a vari-angle screen of size 2.8 inches. Other key highlights of the Canon G11 include the 5x, 28-140mm zoom lens, RAW shooting mode, optical image stabilizer to help combat camera-shake, optical viewfinder, flash hotshoe, 1cm macro mode, and full range of manual shooting modes.

2) Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1


The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 is an innovative super-zoom compact camera, offering a 20x optical zoom range (28-560mm) and a G branded lens that was originally developed for the Sony Alpha DSLR family. The 9 megapixel Sony HX1 features a new Sony-developed Exmor CMOS sensor which promises to deliver outstanding images with reduced noise, and the powerful BIONZ image processor supports full-resolution shooting at a remarkable 10 frames per second. Other standout highlights include 1080/30p HD movies, a 3.0 inch tilt-angle LCD screen, and a new Sweep Panorama mode which captures extra-wide landscapes easily and quickly.

1) Canon PowerShot SD940 IS


Sleek, light weighted, ultra compact features makes Canon SD940 IS a top seeded camera of 2010.available in four stunning colors black, blue, silver and brown with intelligent smart auto sensing technology. It is designed for high definition video recording in 720p with 1,280 x 720 pixel resolution. It comes with integrated HDMI connector and 2.7inch wide LCD screen gives sheer joy of viewing.

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  8. Rick says:

    Some cool cameras!

  9. Ravi says:

    Yes, they are 🙂

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