Digital Camera HQ Releases “Five Digital Camera Trends of 2010”

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Liam McCabe, Editor of Digital Camera HQ, describes five trends he sees in digital cameras being released this year – and he grades and discusses each trend.

One or two are so inane I wish I could make the madness stop!

Digital Camera HQ (http://www.DigitalCamera-HQ.com) has released a timely article that will help digital camera buyers evaluate the new digital cameras of 2010: “Digital Camera HQ Grades the Trends of 2010.” The article can be found at Digital Camera HQ’s home page.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Not All Trends are Positive

McCabe reports that the digital camera industry is headed in the right direction in most cases, but not in others. “Some trends I spotted are wonderful – they make you wonder why they didn’t happen years ago,” says McCabe. “One or two are so inane I wish I could make the madness stop!”

Thorough Analysis

McCabe pored over all the digital camera models slated for release in 2010 – more than 50. By analyzing the specifications and comparing the features with those found on cameras from the past several years, McCabe has truly done his homework.

No Camera Manufacturer is Perfect

McCabe looked at the offerings from all the well-known digital camera manufacturers – and then from some lesser known ones. “It’s too easy to generalize about one manufacturer,” says McCabe. “Even the very best companies can get caught adding features and functions that don’t make sense, perhaps because ‘everyone else is doing it,’ or because they didn’t read the tea leaves correctly.”

Grades Show Which Trends are Positive, Negative

McCabe has given letter grades to each of the five trends, ranging from a solid A to a dismal D. “I gave the grades for two reasons,” says McCabe. “First, they make the article easy to read and understand for consumers. And second, the grades put the digital camera industry on notice that their product decisions are being watched and evaluated by industry observers.”

Digital Camera HQ Has All the Latest Cameras Covered

Editor McCabe and his editorial team have been working long hours to cover the latest cameras being announced by the digital camera industry. Even months before the cameras will be sold, DigitalCamera-HQ.com has specifications, press releases, editor’s comments, user comments, and pre-order information on nearly every camera.

About Digital Camera HQ

DigitalCamera-HQ.com is a web site that helps consumers to choose the right digital camera for their needs, and then choose the right online store to buy it from. The site was founded in 2003 by DigitalAdvisor LLC, a Harvard Square, Cambridge based company that still owns and manages the site. DigitalCamera-HQ.com prides itself by helping consumers who want digital cameras but who aren’t overly technical or serious about photography by writing simple, clear, and concise reviews and comparisons of digital cameras. Editorial decisions are completely unbiased, as Digital Camera HQ receives nothing of value from camera manufacturers; the site’s revenues come from consumers clicking on links to online stores, no matter which camera is chosen.

About DigitalAdvisor LLC

Digital Advisor LLC is a privately-owned company that owns and manages Digital Camera HQ, Camcorder HQ, DigitalAdvisor, GPS Advisor, LaptopAdvisor, and BeatThat.com. The five Review Sites offer unbiased information and recommendations for consumers making consumer electronics purchases. The Review Sites combine the efforts of editors, owners, and professional reviewers around the web to give buyers a complete, unbiased review of each product. BeatThat.com features deals across all product categories. DigitalAdvisor LLC is based in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA. For more information, please consult http://www.beatthat.com, http://www.digitaladvisor.com, http://www.digitalcamera-hq.com/, and http://www.digitalcamera-hq.com/camcorders/.

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