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Inexpensive Digital Cameras Available For Purchase

Inexpensive Digital Cameras Available For Purchase

Cheap digital cameras for sale : Here my 5 wish list.

Sony Alpha 3000

The Alpha 3000 has a foot in both the DSLR and CSC camps, with DSLR-esque design yet the inner workings of a CSC.


The A3000 seems to be a niche camera without a niche to fit into. It's bettered by most of its entry level CSC rivals, but it must be noted that it's simple and easy to use and produces good results as long as you're not in a rush. It could be popular with those who want more to wrap their hand around, but we'd settle for the smaller NEX-3N instead.

Sony Alpha 3000 Best for : shooting high contrast conditions via the EVF, Those who'd like a battery percentage level gauge, people who'd prefer DSLR styling form a CSC.

APS-C sized sensor
Nex-style controls
Profiled hand-grip
Battery percentage level Gauge

Build quality
Slow focusing
Screen resolution
Slow start up time
Flexes when squeezed

Pentax Q7

Available in 120 colour combinations, does the Q7 manage to improve on its predecessor, the Q10?


The Q7 is a capable camera with a good range of features, great build quality, performance and handling, and image quality that compares well to most high end compacts. While some may look at it as a novelty act, the best camera is the camera you have with you. The Q7 certainly ticks the box but it's dominated by larger, more capable rivals.

Pentax Q7 Best for :travelling when you'd like a camera to fit in a pocket. The option to shoot in the versatile Raw format, Capturing faithful colour and exposure.

Build quality
Small lenses
Supports K-mount adapter

Limited system
Pricey for what could be argued is somewhat of a novelty camera
Noise above ISO 3200

Panasonic Lumix GF6

Does the GF6 deliver enough features to make an impact in the crowded CSC market?


By any standards, the GF6 is a great camera. The excellent build quality, superb finish and impressive image quality all add up to make it a system camera that represents superb value for money. Above all, it's a genuinely nice camera to use and would be a perfect choice for those looking to attain better image quality than a point and shoot compact.

Panasonic Lumix GF6 Best for : Those looking for an affordable step up from a compact. An excellent choice of lenses. Responsive touch-screen interface

Tilting monitor
Versatile controls
Image quality
Noise controls
Auto white balance system can't be faulted

Over sharpening of JPEG files
Small touch buttons
Lack of viewfinder or accessory compatibility

Nikon 1J3

Nikon describes its J3 as elegantly minimalist yet full loaded, but is this partnership a winning one?


The J3 comes with the sort of features you'd expect to find on a CSC when upgrading on a compact camera, and for the most part it's both fun and convenient to use. The small sensor does present a couple of image quality issues, but it should suffice for family photos and those destined for little more than social networking sites.

Nikon 1 J3 Is Best For : New and inexperienced users seeking improved image quality over a compact, People wanting a simple level of control with auto shooting modes.

Lightweight and simple design
Inclusion of built in flash
Super fast burst rates
Fun auto modes for new users

Image quality issues from comparatively small sensor
Small selection of nikkor 1 lenses at present
No grip

Fujifilm X-M1

The X-M1 is one of Fujifilm's smallest and lighters CSCs and is designed to target a wider audience than previous models


The X-M1 excels in three key areas over its closes rivals, these being style, feel and results. The beautiful image quality the X-M1's X-trans CMOS sensor delivers is a premium worth paying for, but unlike rival models it does lack a touch-screen and viewfinder. It's also a tad pricey for the features it offers when compared with designs from its competitors.

Fujifilm X-M1 Is Best for : Auto shooting modes will appeal to those upgrading from a point and shoot. Impressive resolution of detail. Macro photography

Excellent results from the X-trans sensor
Build Quality
Consistent metering system
Auto shooting modes

No touch-screen
Lack of connection for an optional viewfinder
No panoramic mode
Range of optics

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