The February results continue past trends
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) March 15, 2006
Digital cameras are becoming increasingly popular; with so many options available it makes it hard for the average consumer to make meaningful comparisons. DigitalCameraReview.com has helped to solve the confusion by publishing a monthly top 10 list of most popular digital cameras. Its most recent recently published review, “February’s Most Popular Digital Cameras” is located at its web site .
“Millions of people are searching online each month for digital cameras,” said Brian Beeler, president of TechnologyGuide.com, which publishes four technology-oriented products web sites, including sites for notebook pc’s, PDAs, and Tablet PCs. “We are continually being asked by large numbers of consumers about the most popular digital cameras. We started the review several months ago and update it monthly. This is an easy-to-use resource that consumers can use to find the information they’re looking for. Plus,” he said, “the list of most popular digital cameras ties in with our Digital Camera Buyer’s Guide, where an individual can find answers to almost any question he or she has about digital cameras.”
“The most popular camera is not necessarily the best digital camera , but the digital camera ratings included at DigitalCameraReview.com can enlighten consumers as to what is the best digital camera for them,” Beeler continued.
DigitalCameraReview.com began operation in 2004 as a consumer information web site, offering up-to-date newsfeeds and unbiased user-based information, including product ratings and reviews on all major digital camera manufacturers’ products, including Canon digital cameras , Sony digital cameras, Olympus digital cameras, and more. It’s Users Forum has garnered industry praise as a consumer-friendly resource where people can get “straight answers.”
“The February results continue past trends,” Beeler said. “Canon digital cameras continue to occupy six of the top 10 positions, with the balance of the top ten filled in with Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony digital cameras. Kodak digital cameras have fallen out of the top 10. We’re waiting for Olympus and Fuji to crack the top 10.”
The 2005 Digital Camera Buyers’ Guide also included at the web site breaks down the digital camera comparison into four separate pricing segments along with five different functional options. This, along with the Users Forum, makes it easy for any digital camera consumer, whether a beginner or an advanced user, to find and compare his or her options.