Only twenty five years ago or so, all cameras were film based. They had to be manually loaded with the film. And, they were bulky in size. This is definitely no longer the case.
Today, we have slim digital cameras that come in all colors, shapes, and sizes. And, when I say sizes, I mean from small to smaller. As electronics become more and more sophisticated, they also become smaller and thinner to fit the demands of the marketplace.
Why Choose the Smallest Camera?
Slim digital cameras have found a very welcome consumer base that is able to feed the appetites of compulsive picture takers.
Some of the many reasons why people tend to lean towards purchasing slim digital cameras include the facts that
- (1) their size is very beneficial, allowing them to be carried virtually anywhere with very little effort;
- (2) they usually have enough mega pixels for you to take any picture and blow it up to almost any size; and
- (3) they have the tendency to be very trendy and very stylish making them appeal to pretty much everybody.
With top rated company brands like Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Samsung, Panasonic, Kodak, Sony, Fuji, and Casio marketing their own unique models of slim digital cameras, the variety of available features and styles are almost endless.
The Casio Exilim EX-S5 10MP Digital Camera shown here, is an example of an excellent slim digital camera. It has 10 megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch wide screen LCD, and even sports a movie function that records in HD. Cameras like this are extremely easy to carry around and use, and deliver excellent high quality images from a ‘credit card’ sized camera.
Another one of the exciting benefits of owning one of the many slim digital cameras that are available on the market today it that they really do not require any excessive level of specialized training to operate them like those film based cameras of yesteryear did.
Today, almost anyone can pick up a slim digital camera and just take several minutes to familiarize themselves with it before going out and shooting some great pictures pretty much effortlessly.
So, there are really no specific drawbacks to owning and operating one of the new slim digital cameras. Matter of fact, there are a lot more pros than there are cons to owning and operating them. These reasons are more than enough for you to go out and get yourself one, if you have not already, or get yourself the latest model.
Compare functions and features and you will have no problem finding one that meets your needs and price point.