The Nikon Coolpix L22 Digital Camera produces crisp images with its 12-megapixel CCD sensor, and incorporates a 3.6x zoom lens with a focal length of 37-134mm. Shooting in low light is not a problem with Nikon's exclusive 3-way VR Image Stabilization technology.
The Fujifilm HS10, with 10MP, a 30x Fujinon 24–720mm zoom lens, and a BCI CMOS sensor, will enable you to shoot sharp photos—even at 6400 ISO. This HS10 is the only camera in the super-zoom category that offers a manual zoom, and it has a 1000 fps Ultra Slow-Motion movie mode.
The Canon SD1400IS is the thinnest Elph. It measures .70 inches front to back, with a bright F/2.8, 28-112mm 4x Canon zoom lens and a 14MP CCD sensor. With a choice of six JPEG file sizes (including 16:9), you can capture 60-minute HD 720p video clips (4GB per clip), 640x480 at 30 fps and 320x240 at 30 fps for lower-resolution applications.
The Fujifilm S2550HD is a 12MP camera with an 18x zoom from 28-504mm this camera is what I call a compact super zoomer. In Panorama mode you can produce a full 6MP image that is virtually undistorted .
The Casio EX-FH100 is a 10MP camera with a 3 inch screen, 27 Best Shot choices, and along with the useful Sport pre-record mode, has 10x zoom and RAW capability. Casio calls it the World's First High-Speed Long Zoom Compact Camera.
The Fujifilm F80 EXR is a travel zoom camera with 10X zoom, 12MP and Super CCD EXR sensor capable of 12,800 ISO. The F80 EXR also offers a 3" high-contrast LCD monitor, HD video with 720p resolution, and face detection that optimizes exposure and focus for faces—of cats and dogs as well as people!
Tomorrow, Friday August 27, Jasmine Star is shooting a LIVE wedding as part of a groundbreaking worldwide 5-day wedding photography course hosted at creativeLIVE. In this 45-minute video, Jasmine gives us a walk through on how she approaches the day of a wedding. Tune in for this free photography workshop supported by B&H.
For $99, this well-considered audio recorder is limited only by your creativity. The Zoom H1 is super compact, and perfect for recording class lectures, making a podcast or capturing dual-system sound for your indie film. There’s really no excuse to not carry one with you.
Many photographers try to break down the concept of flash photography into what they think are the understandable elements: the numerical values of the settings used. They want numbers, they want the f-stop. However, the scenarios we encounter as photographers vary so much that it becomes meaningless for anyone to “give you the f-stop.”