2014’s Best Point and Shoot camera

6 Best Point and Shoot Camera

Having the perfect photos is often associated with DLSR. But the thing is, these sorts of cameras are quite heavy and it comes with a more complex settings. Thus for the casual shooting experience, point and shoot cameras will be way better. For that, here are some of the best in this category. Below are 5 of the best point and shoot camera available in the market today.

Sony DSC-RX100M III

It has 1″ 20.1 MP Exmor R sensor that enables it to do well in extreme low-light shots. This makes up for good shots regardless of level of lighting available. The bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens (24-70mm) is perfect for portraits and macro shots with beautiful defocused results. It has Built-in SVGA OLED viewfinder w/ZEISS T coating which displays what will appear in your recording, including the effects of your camera settings enabling you to accurately monitor the results.

best point and shoot camera - Sony DSC-RX100M III

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Samsung WB350F

Among the best point and shoot camera out in the market is the Samsung WB350F. Packing a 16.2MP CMOS is the main attraction of this camera. For that it has 21x Optical Zoom and 1080p HD Video capability which iing a huge plus for casual users.  Its 3-inch LCD display lets you compose and review your photos comfortably and accurately before you share it with everyone through its Smart WiFi & NFC. Together with its slim profile, it’s quite a handy device.

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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS

From first look you’ll realize a blend of style and technology in this version of Powershot. For its compact design, this digital camera is well-equipped through its 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor. Couple that an intelligent optical stabilizer and an integrated flash, perfect shots is not impossible even in low lighting conditions.  It has 20x zoom (39x with ZoomPlus) to get you closer to your subject without a fuss. It has a large 3-inchtouch-sensitive screen that makes everything easier. A simple swipe across the outer layer can take your shot. Now that’s simple.

best point and shoot camera - Canon PowerShot SX260

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Fujifilm FinePix S6800

It boasts a 16MP BSI CMOS Sensor that enables it to capture outstanding low light, HD movie with continuous shooting performance. It is coupled with quality Fujinon 30x Optical zoom (24-720mm) with image stabilization, dual zoom control and 60x Intelligent Digital Zoom for those  long distance shots. Full HD movies can be shared with its HDMI port. With lots of features under its sleeve, this camera is a perfect everyday performer.

best point and shoot camera - Fujifilm FinePix S6800

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Samsung WB250F

Yet another Samsung on our list of best point and shoot camera. This camera is equipped with a 14.2-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor that ables it to gather more light than conventional sensors.  It has built-in lens capable of up to 18x zoom range so you can easily makes long distances nearer . It can capture lifelike video at 1,080p Full HD resolution so you’ll never miss a detail. Couple that with Wi-Fi connectivity and you’ll get machine to easily share and upload your shots.

best point and shoot camera - Samsung WB250F

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Nikon COOLPIX L830

What makes point and shoot cameras convenient is that it is easy to use and anybody can use it. That what is Nikon Coolpix L830 is all about. The camera automatically optimizes the camera settings in each shot that you make regardless of the situation. Its 34x optical zoom will definitely help you capture your target with highest quality at a distance. One notable feature of this camera is its video quality. With 1080p you can expect a vivid and crisp video along with a great audio due to its built-in microphone. A perfect gear if you are into video blogging or just want to record those important moments in your life.

best point and shoot camera - Nikon COOLPIX L830

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