Digital Cameras and Accessories

Digital Camera and Accessories for the Photographer and Beginners


In this section, we will be dealing with cameras by brand and type. For those of you that are not that familiar with which is which, I will explain the two primary ones.

We have what is called a Compact camera also know as a P&S (point-and-shoot)

These cameras are as the name implies, point the camera at what you what and click. The camera automatically takes the shot. Most are digital now with some zoom capability. They have some preset controls: like portrait, close-up or macro, landscape and night time. They are very easy to transport around, because of their smaller size compared to some of the other types.

Then there is the Digital SLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex)

Larger bodied camera and lenses that will not slip easily into your pocket or purse like a compact but has greater options. You can change out for multiple lens options that only some higher end compacts can do. These interchangeable lenses allow setting controls far more advanced for picture options.

These type of cameras have larger sensors allowing for better quality pictures.

There are many camera brands available, so let’s look at what most people consider the top 10:

Nikon clicks Here for Model’s and Types full video tours

Canon clicks Here for Model’s and Types product guide ( Large file takes time to load)











The two main brands that we will be dealing with here are the Nikon and Canon.

I chose these two as they currently rate as the best overall. Now don’t get me wrong, there are many high-quality cameras, not to mention the importance of usage. For example I have used, Yashica 35mil, Kodak, Olympus, Panasonic movie camera, Sony movie camera.

I’m presently using a Fujifilm XP, Nikon D7000. With today’s advancement in technology, I also use the camera on my Samsung SIII cell phone. Three of the rotating slider images that you see on my Presentation page are actually from my cell phone.

When it comes to taking photographs, the type of camera you require is totally up to you. The decision needs to be on what you want to accomplish with your camera and price. If you take the time to go through the Nikon and Canon links, you will get a good idea of models and type from Canon. If you’re looking for some significant information between types and models of cameras, go through the Nikon link where all aspects get covered in depth. It’s like a comprehensive tutorial overview of each model listed.

Now that you have read this far, you definitely what to check out at least one video for Nikon cameras.


Related Posts are found in the right column in Posts by Categories in “Equipment.”




  1. Great site with loads of information. WIll definitely be checking in again in the near future. Keep up the great work!


  2. Lots of great information. Glad I came across your site, as it has answered some questions that I had about digital cameras.

  3. Mary Pietrowicz

    Your website is very good. When did you get your affiliate marketing links for your website? You have Amazon and Shutterfly, am I suppose to have them already? Mary

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