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A Complete Guide on Buying a Camera

Technical Buying Guide
Background

Population A involves around 70 percent of the customers who visit an e-commerce website, search for a purposeful camera and start exploring results as per the filters or recommendations by the website. Interestingly, the same customers continue to take suggestions from social media influencers who do not provide a checklist of a detailed specifications sheet of a camera within the range of a budget. A poor buying decision leaves the consumer with a useless product that has depreciated its value after it has been unboxed and used.

Population B involves the other 30 percent of customers who visit an e-commerce website looking to buy a new camera also visit other 3rd party websites that offer in-depth performance reviews of a camera’s specifications and sample gallery. The complete insights of the performance rating and the price of different cameras online of different brands help to make a better buying decision for the consumer. Finally, the customer ends up with a valuable product that lets the user accomplish all the activities the user has anticipated for years to come from it.

In which population you exist? Check out the filters and decide.
Filters Picked by Population A

Brands: Various brands to choose from

Megapixels: 5.9 MP & Under to 12 MP & Up

Optical Zoom: 2.9x & Under to 13x & Up

Display Size: 1.9 in. & Under to 9.9 in. & Up

Image Stabilization: Optical or None

Viewfinder Type: Optical, LCD or None

Price: $45 to $30,000

Average Customer Rating: 2 & Up, 3 & Up, 4 & Up

 

Filters Picked by Population B

Brands: Various brands to choose from

Megapixels: 5.9 MP & Under to 12 MP & Up

Optical Zoom: 2.9x & Under to 13x & Up

Sensor: 1 in., 2/3 in., 1/2.3 in., 1/3.2 in., MFT 4/3, APS-C or Full Frame

Image Processor: Manufacturer’s Processor

ISO Range: Low Range to High Range

Image Size: 6240 x 4160px or Higher or Lower (Based on Manufacturer)

Display Size: 1.9 in. & Under to 9.9 in. & Up

Image Stabilization: Optical or None

Viewfinder Type: Optical, LCD or None

Microphone Operation Mode: Mono or Stereo

Memory Card Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC

HD Video Support: 4K, 1440p, 1080p, 720p

Video Frame Rate: 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, 50 fps, 60 fps, 90 fps, 120 fps or 240 fps

Max Burst Shots: XX fps (mechanical shutter) or XX fps (electronic shutter); [XX- Numerical Value]   

Weather Sealed: Yes or No

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Weight: XYZ grams (body only); [XYZ- Numerical Value]

Price: $45 to $30,000

Average Customer Rating: 3 & Up, 4 & Up

Customer Support: Live Chat, Email Queries, Phone Support

Consider your requirements again

Make a list of photography styles you want to capture from your new camera.

The list of different styles of photography can set the boundaries of the image quality required from a camera. Hence, you know precisely what you are looking for and can easily predict how your camera would make you a fortune with its purpose.

Buying Decision

All the cameras listed on this page include the additional technical parameters searched by Population B. If you have been through the entire camera purchasing guide, then you can easily pick a camera that suits your needs and get 100 percent satisfaction from your purchase decision.

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