Best Point and Shoot Digital Cameras Website Launched by Camera Enthusiast

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A media representative for Steven Wiebe, a life-long camera enthusiast, today announced the launch of a new website named, “Best Point and Shoot Digital Cameras”. Mr. Wiebe publishes timely and informative how-to articles and buying guides as well as camera reviews and pictures. The most popular posting so far is entitled, “Top 10 Point and Shoot Cameras.”

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A media representative for Steven Wiebe, a life-long camera enthusiast, today announced the launch of a new website named, “Best Point and Shoot Digital Cameras”. Mr. Wiebe publishes timely and informative how-to articles and buying guides as well as camera reviews and pictures. The most popular posting so far is entitled, “Top 10 Point and Shoot Cameras.”

The history of digital cameras is very interesting and dates back to the 1960s when NASA used analog signals to transmit images then converted the images to a digital format. During the 1960s computer use was also significantly increasing as the government used the devices in their efforts to spy on other countries such as the Soviet Union.

According to the Best Point and Shoot Digital Cameras website, at the same time the government was experimenting with digital cameras and computers, the private sector jumped in to make the technology available to consumers. In the middle of the 1970s things started changing considerably and the road to mass distribution of digital cameras was paved.

The Kodak Corporation played an incredibly significant role in the research and development of cameras and peripheral equipment that utilized digital technology. But it wasn’t until 1991 that Kodak introduced a professional digital camera system for the masses. One of Kodak’s first releases was a 1.3 mega pixel digital camera which was favored by photojournalists throughout the United States.

In today’s world even the cheapest digital camera comes with more than 1.3 mega pixels and the quality of images is a lot better. After Kodak’s successful release of its 1.3 mega pixel digital camera other corporations started manufacturing and selling the devices and in 1994 the first home use digital cameras were developed and marketed.

Mr. Wiebe’s point and shoot camera reviews website helps today’s consumer get the most out of their cameras. The site is perfect for those who want to perform research on how to buy a digital camera or how to choose one depending on budget and requirements. Consumers are encouraged to visit the Best Point and Shoot Digital Cameras website before they make any purchasing decision so they can get up to speed on the technology that’s available today.

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BestPointandShoot.net is dedicated to offering the highest quality point and shoot digital cameras online at the lowest prices as well as digital cameras reviews and comparisons. The website is updated on a regular schedule so there are always new cameras added for the site’s readers and followers. For more information visit http://www.bestpointandshoot.net/.

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