Running Head: COMPARE AND CONTRAST
Compare and Contrast Emily Pee Eng 121 Prof. Joan Golding May 2, 2011
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COMPAE AND CONTRAST
After having my digital camera several years, I decided it was time for another one. Looking for a digital camera can be a headache. There are an abundant of names, styles and colors to choose from. For instance Kodak, Canon, Olympus and Nikon too name a few. You need to have a list of items to compare what exactly you want. Personal I am a Kodak fan, but I have seen nice Canon products. After searching I have two cameras I like, but they are Kodak and Canon products. Torn between Kodak Easyshare M590 and Canon PowershotSD1300 IS. In the Kodak package you “receive M590 camera, rechargeable Li-Lon battery KLIC -7000, USB ac adapter, wrist strap, USB cable and manual”. (KODAK Easyshare M590 Camera). While with the Canon you receive ” PowerShot SD1300 IS digital ELPH body, lithium-ion battery pack NB-SL, battery charger CB-2LY, wrist strap, digital camera solution CD-ROM, USB interface cable and AV Cable”. (Canon U.S.A.: Consumer Home Office: Powershot SD 1300IS). USB cable transfer your pictures to other devices such as computers, and AV cables are for audios. When it comes to megapixels you want one with higher pixels for clarity and details. Megapixels are the captures of pictures, which mean more details. More detail means better pictures. For instance Kodak Easyshare M590 camera has 14 and Canon PowerShotSD1300IS have 12.1. The more pixels you have the quality of the picture is enhanced more with detail. I will look at features, which is one of my pet peeves. Canon PowerShot SD1300IS you have a “28mm wide-angle lens, 4x optical zoom and optical image stabilizer, Smart AUTO mode intelligently the proper settings for the camera based on 18 predefined shooting situations. “12.1 Megapixel resolution makes a breeze to print large size images with clarity and detail. “Bright, clear 2.7-inch...