Saturday July 11, 2020

Digital Cameras: Time to get snappy

Whether you're a professional or just want something with which to take pictures, everyone is now part of the digital camera club, writes Emily Maree.

6th July, 2014
Nikon D5300 with lens, €849.

With cameras, we're no longer buying into the click-and-print format that was standard years ago. Instead, we're looking towards the future and getting high-tech with our photography; with features like wifi connection, editing and filmmaking now available on a lot of cameras. It is rumoured that camera photography is dying, due to smartphone technology, but there will always be a place for good-quality digital cameras. Here, we look at some of the most popular models...

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