We Pick The Best Digital Photography Products For 2010

Written by The SmartHouse Team     02/12/2009 | 23:39 | Category: DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

From Full-HD video shooting to high resolution count, the digital photography space has seen some big changes this year. DSLRs can now shoot videos, camcorders now have big storage spaces, and the prices of point-and-shoot cameras have dropped.

We Pick The Best Digital Photography Products For 2010

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Best Digital SLR

Canon EOS 7D
www.canon.com.au | $2699
Canon's EOS 7D digital SLR is designed for users who want fast shooting for sport, home, or action shots. It has a stainless steel and polycarbonate body, and all of its settings can be controlled via dedicated buttons or button/dial combinations. While a bit pricey at close to $2700, it is well worth the investment as it is made by the company that delivers the bulk of the pro-protographers SLR cameras.

Highly Recommended
Olympus PEN E-P1
www.olympus.com.au | $1399


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Best Compact Digital Camera

Panasonic DMC-GF1
www.panasonic.com.au | $1649
This small camera takes vivid images and shoots HD video, but what makes it a winner is its versatility. Both experienced photographers and amateurs can pick up this compact unit and start utilising its different functions with excellent results. It is an excellent camera for those new to digital photography as well.

Highly recommended
Canon IXUS 200 IS
www.canon.com.au | $599


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Best HD Camcorder

Sony HDR-XR520V
www.sony.com.au | $2299
There are plenty of HD cameras on the market, but the image quality, feature set and low-light capabilities of this camera set it apart from the rest. It has a powerful lens that can take shots in dark scenes, can store up to 101 hours of video, and even comes with GPS tracking.

Highly Recommended
Panasonic HDC-HS200
www.panasonic.com.au | $2089

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