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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Guest Post: ABT on Digital Cameras

Every day digital cameras and professional cameras for picture taking moms!

“Everyone get together, I want to take a picture!”  Something I have heard numerous times, and will hear even more, this holiday season from my mom.  Moms love to take pictures.  This holiday season, why not get something for your mom that she will be able to use all year round?  Any interested moms can find more info on digital cameras here, but the following are the top five cameras on the market suited for all those photo-taking, memory-loving moms.

Panasonic 14.1 Megapixel DMCFH2 is an excellent, affordable entry-level digital camera.  It is very slim, which allows moms to just pop it into their purse or pocket when they aren’t using it.  It also features a quick load time for those spur-of-the-moment photos as well as an HD video option. 

The Canon PowerShot 12.1 Megapixel ELPH 310 This camera comes in various colors and is extremely easy-to-use.  One of the great features on this unit is called “Best Image Selection”.  Best Image Selection is an easy way to get great results almost every time you take a picture. When you press the shutter release, the camera will rapidly shoot a series of five images, then assess the images for any unwanted facial movements and camera shake.
Sony Cyber-Shot HX9V is the best pick for those that want to take great pictures as well as incredible movies.  It Records crystal clear movies at the highest resolution available with capabilities in 1080p Full HD. This provides stunning, fast motion video with less distortion for playback on your Blu-ray Disc players, Sony PlayStation 3 systems and compatible PCs and HDTVs.
Olympus 12.3 Megapixel EPL3 camera is excellent for image stabilization.  Sometimes, a mom can get tired chasing the little ones around to get a great picture.  The Olympus does the work for you. Olympus’ in-body image stabilization technology makes it possible to use any Micro Four Thirds lenses (or Four Thirds lens), from wide-angle to telephoto, for perfectly clear, crisp photos no matter what the shooting situation.
If you’re looking for professional cameras, the Nikon D5100 16.2 Megapixel DSLR has everything a mom could need in a smaller, lighter DSLR design.  It offers plenty of image customization, post-image editing, full HD movie recording as well as a 3 inch swing-out LCD monitor.  Your mom will be taking photos like a professional in no time. 
This holiday season, smile for those pictures and be ready for all kinds of new memories with family and friends!

Thank you to Anthony for writing this just for Building Our Story.  We all know how moms (ME) are with the camera during this time of year!  lol 

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5 comments:

  1. That's ironic that The Nikon D5100 was the recommended camera for the DSLR because we are looking to get one of those, but we are going to wait until next summer since we will be able to use points from our card and get it for "free" with and extra lens.

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  2. I wish I had all this information when I buying my camera. We didn't go with a DSL but I love them. THanks for all the amazing camera information on Nikon. We love that brand!

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  3. I have a Nikon D3000 and I am looking for something a little smaller for me to keep in my purse and easily accesible all the time! Thanks for the info!

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  4. Thanks for all the camera info! I have a Nikon D3100 and use it for pics and video! LOVE IT!!! Need it for work too! =)

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  5. I really need a new camera! Thanks for the recommendations! Now I can show this to my hubby ;)

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