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A rapidly improving class of cameras that include both compact and ‘ultra-compact’ systems that are primarily designed for quick and simple operation. Most feature auto-focus-only lenses, various exposure options and a built-in flash.
Small and highly capable cameras that feature a ‘mirrorless’ viewing and rely on an electronic viewfinder and DSLR-sized sensors to capture and record images. Great for the more advanced photo enthusiast or pro looking for an always-available camera.
Ultrazoom digital cameras are small, compact and feature long optical zoom fixed lenses often of 20x to 30x, and boast superior image quality. These cameras usually have built-in image stabilization technology to reduce shake and image blurriness. Many resemble DSLRs with sculpted handgrips, viewfinders and manual exposure controls.
DSLRs typically offer the highest level of performance and control a photographer can ask for, at a higher price. These cameras use mirrored through-the-lens viewing systems (though some offer Live View shooting through the LCD), and feature interchangeable lenses.
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