Digital Camera Information
Minolta digital cameras/ Konica digital cameras
Konica and Minolta have just combined and now form Konica Minolta, producing a range of easy-to-use, affordable, stylish and high resolution digital cameras.
HP digital cameras
HP produces the series of photosmart digital cameras and accessories, which are all compatible with HP printers, and have various specifications (nothing too complicated).
Casio digital cameras
Casio digital cameras vary in price, peaking at about $700, and have up to 5 megapixels. The Exilim range is silver, compact and slimline; the QV and GV cameras are stockier but shock, water and mud resistant.
Panasonic digital cameras
Panasonic digital cameras start around $150 and reach about $350. Compact and stylish, they have Leica lenses and between 2.0 and 4.0 megapixels.
Samsung digital cameras
Samsung digimax cameras have between 1.3 and 4.0 megapixels and 2x to 12x zoom. They are priced between $100 and $500.
Pentax digital cameras
Pentax makes both digital zoom cameras and digital SLR cameras. They run the gamut of prices from $150 to over $1500.
Underwater and waterproof digital cameras
You can get cameras specifically designed for use under water. Some cameras are waterproof up to 1.5m (such as the Sony DCS-U60). Waterproof housing and cases are also available on the market.
Toshiba digital cameras
Toshiba digital cameras are priced between $100 and $500, and have between 2.0 and 5.0 megapixels.
Disposable digital cameras
Disposable digital cameras were launched in 2003 . They cost about $10 to buy and another $10 to develop. So far, the technology is limited - you can't see the pictures you have taken or delete images, two of the major advantages of digital cameras - but it may take off and become as popular as the disposable film camera, which sells more than 200 million a year.
Polaroid digital cameras
Polaroid digital cameras start at $50, for a 2.0 megapixel camera, and run to $250+ for 4.1 megapixels and zoom.
Digital camera drivers
Drivers help you to get the most out of your hardware and software. The software that comes in the box with your camera should be enough to get you started and, for the technically-minded amongst you, there are literally thousands of updates available on the web.
Digital camera repair
Your best bet is to go back to the shop where you bought it. However, if you bought your camera on the web, this could be tricky. There are lots of camera repair shops advertising online, just make sure you get their credentials before handing over your camera.
Digital camera magazines
For more information on specific brands see these sites: Konica - Minolta - Casio digital cameras - Panasonic digital cameras - Samsung digital cameras - Pentax digital cameras - Toshiba digital cameras - Polaroid digital cameras