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There is no one best digital camera on the market today. The number of choices is staggering and can get quite confusing. This is a great time to be interested in photography, but it also can be confusing at the same time on many different levels.
There are basic and advanced point and shoot cameras. There are also very affordable digital SLR (single lens reflex) cameras and then you have "professional" level DSLRs. Now, hybrids (mirrorless cameras) are trying to become a dominant force in the marketplace.
To top it off, it's no longer a Canon vs. Nikon argument. There are several digital camera manufactures that take advantage of today's camera technology and pack a lot of camera into real cheap price points. Basic point and shoot cameras have larger sensors now and if they've got a good lens attached, you have a winning combination for surprisingly good quality photographs. Auto white balance, exposure, and focus make them a great tool for snapshots under many different photographic conditions.
I still sense a basic frustration among many photographers that they are disappointed with many of their pictures from sophisticated digital cameras. That frustration gave rise to this web site's creation and its mission to improve photography through photographic education about techniques and equipment.
When I first started searching topics that would appeal to photographers seeking photography advice I wrote about cameras, accessories, and software. As the site progressed I realized I couldn't do it all. I narrowed my opinions and stay away from software for the most part.
My biggest helper is www.google.com
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