Do you use digital cameras in your organization? Does your government agency or educational institution need to capture images—to communicate concepts to the public, to create instruction manuals, to document an event or to record peoples' portraits? If so, you will want to consider the many digital camera... options available. Digital cameras are divided into two primary categories: point and shoot cameras and DSLR cameras. Point and shoot are lightweight, convenient to use and are designed for easy transfer of images to a computer. Digital single-lens reflex or DSLR cameras are generally more sophisticated devices that provide more control to the photographer and capture better images.
At Connection, we carry digital cameras from the top brands in the market such as Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, and Sony. These include point and shoot cameras which are easy for professionals and novices to operate, and typically come with an optical zoom feature that does not require you to manually focus a lens. If you need more control over your images, DSLR cameras have settings to adjust options such as light sensitivity (useful when shooting in dark conditions), lens aperture and focal length. Digital cameras measure their imaging resolution in megapixels, with higher megapixels giving you more detailed images. These cameras use flash memory to store the digital images until you transfer them to your PC.
When deciding on a digital camera, the organization should consider how the camera will be used—in what setting and the primary subject-matter. If ease-of-use and convenience are important, then a point and shoot digital camera may be the best option. But if there is a need for extensive data capture options, including advanced photography settings and/or high-quality images then a DSLR camera may the ideal choice. If you need help finding the digital cameras that meet your organization’s needs, we have an experienced staff available to assist you.
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