4) PHYSICAL DESIGN.
Chances are that your camera is going to be hauled around, taken from place to place. It is bound to take a few hits and nicks in the process, so when picking a digital camera you should look out for the type of material it is made of and how resistant you think it will be to all the future falls and hits. You should also check for how it feels in your hands, how the buttons are placed, how they feel, how easily they are pressed and how easily accessible the buttons are. You should also turn on the camera and see how long it takes to come on and also how many seconds there are between successive pictures.
5) BATTERY LIFE.
We do not want our cameras going off in the idle of long trips with no easily accessible point of charge now, do we? Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are known to last the longest but if you are on the move and there is no guarantee of a charging point, you may want to get a camera that takes standard AA batteries. Or to be double sure, you can get a digital camera that supports both rechargeable batteries and long life disposable batteries.
This may be the last but it is not the least. I mean, unless you are a professional photographer (and even then), there is no point in breaking the bank and going into debt to get a digital camera. You can just get one that is in line with your budget and get in the business of saving memories.
By: Okaima Oyakhirome
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