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Keep in mind that they are usually bigger, heavier, harder to keep clean (if you’re changing lenses) and can be more complicated to operate than point and shoot. If you’re trying to make a decision between a point and shoot and DSLR you might want to read my previous posts titled Should you buy a DSLR or a Point and Shoot Digital Camera? Firstly there’s the ‘optical zoom’ and then there’s the ‘digital zoom’.I would highly recommend that you only take into consideration the ‘optical zoom’ when making a decision about which camera to buy.One of the main questions to ask when it comes to megapixels is ‘Will you be printing shots’? If you’re only printing images at a normal size then anything over 4 or so megapixels will be fine.
Keep in mind though that what they offer in bundles might not meet you needs.
In doing this I generally find the same camera or two are recommended in most shops and I get to see them demonstrated by different people (this gives a more well rounded demo).
I also get to play with it and get a feel for which one I could see myself using.
With these in hand I’m in a good position to be able to negotiate in person with local stores and/or with online stores.
I generally find that retail stores will negotiate on price and will often throw in freebies.
One of the features that you’ll see used to sell digital cameras is how many megapixels a digital camera has.