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Top 10 compact cameras 2011

Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera reviews for 2011. Point and Shoot Digital Cameras have firmly established their spot atop of  the photography world. With great image quality, enhanced features and outstanding handling, you’d be hard pressed to find any photographer today without a point and shoot camera in their arsenal. While the price points for DSLR cameras continue to drop, consumers have voted with their wallets, that compact digital cameras will continue to dominate the market again in 2011. Our best point and shoot cameras for 2011 offer a wide range of features from high megapixel counts, excellent image resolution, and affordable prices. Camera styling options are aplenty as camera manufacturers look to create a camera for all tastes.

While Canon is the clear winner in this sector, Panasonic has gained considerable ground in this competitive market by combining quality point and shoot cameras with superior optics. Here are three reasons why you should consider adding one of these compact cameras to your photo bag…(Also check Amazon’s Best Selling Point and Shoot Cameras, updated every hour!)…..more from the ilovephotoblogs site

 

 

 

3 responses to “Top 10 compact cameras 2011

  1. rick March 10, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    First of all, thanks for the mention!

    You have a wonderful site here with a load of great photographers. I would encourage all of your followers that are interested in gaining exposure for their photography to use our photography submit url form to have their work reviewed for possible publication.

    Again, thanks for the love and keep up the great site!

    • oxfordschoolofphotography March 10, 2011 at 5:11 pm

      Hi Rick, I will make a point of recommending the idea. although I think most of the people who follow our blog probably do not have their own web sites, but then hey who knows where all the followers are from and what they do. My main aim is to inspire and encourage any photographers to do better and that might be in technical ways but I hope in visual ways too. Thanks Keith

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