I love researching new products for people. I love learning all the intricacies of new gadgets and why one thing might be better than another. I spend waaaaay too much time thinking about the trade offs between model ‘x’ and model ‘y’. Why do I do this? So when someone asks me “Which x should I buy?,” I have an answer for them.
Most people don’t do this. Often times, they get to their favorite (or least favorite) electronics store and know they want to buy a digital camera (in this case) but don’t know where to start. So naturally, they talk to the salesman whose best interest isn’t always theirs.
“What to Buy?” will tell you the best product to buy in a given product category. Today, we’ll focus on sub compact digital cameras. Sub compacts are the smallest digital cameras available.
Canon Powershot 450
Sub Compact Digital Camera
Why? Big LCD, bulletproof build, 5.0 megapixels, SD memory and good picture quality.
Who? Novice-Advanced person who wants a pocket camera with a big LCD and decent picture quality.
How Much? Street prices ~$300