Point and shoot cameras

By Suvajit Banerjee | Published on 23 Jul 2020
Point and shoot cameras

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There are quite a few top-class point and shoot cameras that are perfect for photography enthusiasts. As competition is tough between the top brands, comparing the finer aspects of these cameras can be challenging for any first-time buyer. However, some of the important aspects like picture and video quality, battery life and lens quality need to be considered. At the same time, user-friendly features can also add to the overall ease of use. So, let us take a look into this list of point and shoot cameras to help you choose.

Canon Power Shot G7X Mark II Digital 20.1

This compact and reliable package from Canon comes with the superior DIGIC 7 image processor. Besides, it has a 4.2x optical zoom with the focal length ranging from f/1.8 to f/2.8. On top of that, there is a dual-sensing image stabilization for sharper images. The sensor also delivers better autofocus and excellent tracking of moving objects. The 7.62 cm tilt-type LCD monitor with a touchscreen also improves the overall ease of use. It also offers a continuous shooting speed of 8 fps and a maximum resolution of 20.9 megapixels. With its compact dimensions and a weight of just 454 grams, this is a great travel camera.

Sony Cybershot DSC-HX400V 20.4MP Digital Camera

This point and shoot camera from Sony has a 20.4MP Exmor R CMOS sensor that offers top-notch performance in low light conditions. The 50x zoom lens not only captures great details but is also stabilized by an Optical SteadyShot feature. On top of that, you get accurate colour reproduction and effective noise reduction at higher ISOs. Moreover, there are DSLR-like features with aperture and shutter priority modes to offer more control to the photographer. Last but not least, there is in-built Wi-Fi and NFC to share all the images with just a few presses.

Nikon Coolpix B600 16.0 MP Point-and-Shoot Digital Camera

This model from Nikon offers a large 60x zoom in a compact frame that is perfect for travellers. At the same time, there is a resolution of 16 megapixels and vibration reduction for crisp images. The 7.6cm LCD screen comes with 921k dots and offers great clarity. A rechargeable Li-ion battery is the power source, and it can capture 280 shots in total. The target-finding autofocus locks on the subject instantly, resulting in sharp image quality. Also, the low weight and simple interface make it perfect for casual users.

Panasonic DC-ZS70S Lumix 20.3 Megapixel, 4K Digital Camera

The camera comes with a 24mm LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens that offers 30x optical zoom for capturing the details. The superb image stabilization keeps the images steady even at high zoom levels. The 3-inch tilting screen offers great clarity and can be tilted by 180-degree for capturing selfies. There is a 0.2-inch 1,166k-dot live viewfinder that is automatically activated and offers great ease of use. Lastly, the 20.3-megapixel MOS sensor, combined with a Venus engine delivers high-quality images with minimum noise levels. 
 

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