Countless vacationers will take to the roads, seas and skies this summer, packing their camcorders and digital cameras to capture their good times, but not before seeking buying and usage advice from our websites
(PRWEB) April 6, 2005
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 6, 2005 Â Through experienced and thorough camcorder and digital camera reviews, online consumer guides CamcorderInfo.com and DigitalCameraInfo.com have identified the newest trends and most exciting new technology features for summer 2005. To uncover the must-have products for every personality, vacation destination and budget, experienced reviewers are conducting point-for-point product comparisons, rating factors including performance, ease of use, design, and value.
CamcorderInfo.com reports the good news for camcorder enthusiasts is that many telephoto zooms now exceed 20x opticalÂwith one model boasting a 30x optical zoomÂmaking it easier than ever to take video of that muscled lifeguard or sunbathing beauty yards down the beach. At the same time, camcorders themselves are shrinking and many can stow easily in a purse or coat pocket. As an added bonus, these smaller and newly affordable models produce crisper images and more intense colors.
Digital cameras are also becoming more travel-friendly according to the digital camera reviews at DigitalCameraInfo.com. Viewfinders are disappearing and LCD screens are growing larger while camera bodies are becoming thinner, making them as portable as a tin of breath mints. The newest models include highly sought-after features such as ultra-zoom and underwater capabilities, and performance enhancements including near-instantaneous start-up, longer battery life, faster writing to memory cards, quicker exporting speed with USB 2.0, and reduced shot to shutter lag.
"Countless vacationers will take to the roads, seas and skies this summer, packing their camcorders and digital cameras to capture their good times, but not before seeking buying and usage advice from our websites," says Robin Liss, founder of CamcorderInfo.com and DigitalCameraInfo.com. "As online consumer guides, our job is to help consumers balance their desires for stylish electronic devices sporting exciting new features and their concerns about image quality and overall value."
For those looking to make a fashion statement, the hottest trends in product design include miniature digital video cameras and highly stylized and colorful camera bodies. If that doesnÂt catch the eye of your vacation crush, then new wireless technology will. Photographers can now wirelessly send digital photos to the printer across the room or even the Internet to share them immediately with friends back home.
Detailed, unbiased, no-holds-barred camcorder and digital camera reviews of hundreds of models can be found at sister sites http://www.camcorderinfo.com and http://www.digitalcamerainfo.com. Together, the sites have helped hundreds of thousands of online visitors make purchasing decisions and learn how to get the most of their equipment in every season.
About CamcorderInfo.com and DigitalCameraInfo.com
Founded in 1997 by online consumer advocate Robin Liss, CamcorderInfo.com is the Web's largest, most comprehensive publication for camcorder reviews and articles on video production and camcorder use. Liss launched sister site DigitalCameraInfo.com in 2004 to provide a similar array of product ratings and digital camera reviews to enthusiasts. CamcorderInfo.com was named by Yahoo! Internet Life as one of the "50 Most Incredibly Useful Sites" on the Internet and recently landed on Forbes' annual list of the "Best of the Web."
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