Date:28.07.2017, 17:32 A. Basic point-and-shoots (Price range: 100 to 450). These are simple, portable cameras, but some have optical zoom ranges as long as 23x. That's fine for shooting anything in your backyard, but probably not enough to capture action from across a soccer field. Note that capabilities vary: Some cameras in this category claim to be waterproof to 50 feet, while others can be submerged to a fraction of that depth. With strengthened inner and outer chassis construction, most of these cameras are also rugged enough to survive a fall of several feet and function properly in colder temperatures). These models have optical zooms of at least 24x, and some are as long as 83x. That can literally capture craters on the moon. Many superzooms have nice grips, which can help you stabilize your camera when you shoot. Current models are also more compact and lighter than their predecessors. C. Waterproof point-and-shoots (Price range: 100 to 350 If you want to shoot photos or video at the bottom of a swimming pool or beneath the waves, consider a waterproof point-and-shoot. You have only coarse control over exposure settings, and you can't switch lenses. But point-and-shoots do vary quite a bit in terms of features and capabilities. At Consumer Reports, we recognize three flavors of basic camera.
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