Dealmoon presents to you this Digital Camera Buying Guide for your incoming wonderful spring-summer holidays.
Digital Single-Lens Reflex Camera
24MP, 39 point focus system, Low-pass filter less, 3.2 tilting LCD, WiFi, NFC, GPS, THE BEST entry level DSLR Features 18MP, 3" touch LCD, only weights
370g, great focus system, the smallest and lightest DSLR in the world Full frame, 22.3MP, 3.2“LC, 1920×1080 recording, 61 point focus system, THE BEST All-around flag-ship full frame DSLR 36MP, Low-pass filter less, great 51 point focus system, the best picture quality
camera that Nikon had ever made
16MP, high speed focus system, overall rating is good, not expensive but great picture quality 24MP, 179 phase detection point, 11 FPS, NFC and WIFI, tilting LCD, highly recommand great MILC 16MP, M4/3 mount, 3" 10MP tilting LCD, tilting EVF, body-based stabilization, wiFi/NFC, high speed focusing, discreet body design 16MP, Timeless iconic design, encased in reinforced metallic alloy, l
arge sensor size leading to cutting edge hybrid quality performance, the smallest MILC in the world
Small enough to put into pocket with 20MP, Carl Zeiss
- Sony RX100 series fomr $448, RX100 II has the better Cost/Performance ratio among themselves.
F.18 Lens, 1" sensor, Great picture quality compare to entry level DSLR, the best point and shoot camera Support RAW for professionals, great performance and picture quality compare to Fuji's amazing X100, very good one 16MP, small but amazing APS-C frame camera, full HD recording, 18.3mm F2.8 lens, more like a digital verions of legendary GR1, would be the best if there is no Sony RX100 series
no matter under water or on the land, especially TG3, perfect for all-around daily use.
As the TG3, great camera for all circumstance, but TG3 has better skin tone under sunlight, TS5 has better skin tone in the room. Nikon's great lens tech makes them has the best portrait performance under water
Small and not expensive, the best Cost/Performance ratio
among all the great under water cameras.