We don’t recommend cameras or camera brands here at Blurb, but as you know, we certainly recommend picture-taking. This means we are more than happy to pass along links to quality camera reviews.
The New York Times’ David Pogue did his annual review of Best Cameras for $300 or less and didn’t shy away from listing pros and cons of nine cameras, all of different brands.
“All have image stabilization and face recognition, for sharper, better exposed shots. The Panasonic, Fujifilm, Canon and Casio models have unusually wide-angle lenses for capturing vistas — but can also zoom in 10X or even 12X. (There’s usually some distortion at the corners at the widest view, but that’s a small price to pay for this kind of versatility.)”
He’s even posted a nifty comparison chart that breaks out everything from cost, optical zoom, battery life, to extras and available colors.
We’re sure others will have some good (or not) comments about their cameras, so don’t be shy and post your comments below.