Compact Cameras For The Dynamic

9/2/2012 1:24:43 AM

Water-proof Sony DSC-TX20, two-monitor Samsung ST700 and Panasonic with integrated image optimizer are remarkable choices.

The dynamic people using camera as a tool to keep personal experience often pay little attention to technological factors. Instead, they prefer a design which is fashionable, light and slim enough to carry within small bags or purses.

These compact cameras are also required to have friendly interface with no complicated configuration to produce a nice photo. Long-lasting battery runtime ready for various events is also considered.

Here are some compact models that we recommend.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX20

Description: This camera is water-proof

This camera is water-proof

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX20 becomes outstanding thanks to the noticeably slimness. It also comes with high specs consisting of BSI CMOS sensor, 16.2MP resolution, 4x optical zoom and 3inch touchscreen having 932,000 pixels.

The product is well known for its anti-glare ability under harsh weathers including less than 10 degree Celsius condition, effective dustproof and waterproof abilities.

The RRP is $375.

Samsung ST700

Description: ST700 has two monitors

ST700 has two monitors

The product comes especially handy due to its unique dual-screen design. Consequently, users can make self-shots while adjusting for the best result thanks to the front-facing screen. ST700 owns a 16.1MP CCD sensor, a 3inch back touchscreen and a 1.8-inch one.

Samsung ST700 is quite remarkable because of many integrated effects. The camera supports micro SD memory card familiar with mobile devices.

The RRP is $250.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP7

Description: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP7 optimizes the instant image enhancement

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP7 optimizes the instant image enhancement

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP7 comes with 4x optical zoom with a focus distance from 35mm to 40mm. This model is equipped with 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen, 16.1 image sensor, HD recording ability and optical anti-shake mode as system.

The product is integrated with a unique image correction mode, Beauty Retouch, which allows users to retouch their faces in the photos. Specifically, Esthetic helps to get rid of any flaws on the skin, whiten the teeth and supply make-up for eyes, lips and cheeks.

The RRP is $200.

Canon IXUS 500 HS

Description: The camera has a wide optical zoom

The camera has a wide optical zoom

The product stands out by its 12x optical zoom in such a slim design. However, the downsides are poor image quality relative to the price and a respectively short runtime in comparison with other rivals in this list.

The device has a 10.1MP CMOS sensor and a focal range between 28mm and 336mm. Besides, the aperture lies in f/3.0 – f/5.9 range.

The RRP is $275.

Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR

Description: The device gives an attractive look

The device gives an attractive look

Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR is a typical compact camera with an attractively colorful look and 18mm slimness, suitable for fashion lovers.

The model comes with 16MP CMOS sensor, anti-shake lens and 5x optical zoom. It also supports Full HD recording, 12fps continuous shooting and a 3.5-inch touch screen.

The RRP is $225.

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