Has it ever happened to you that you’re at a picturesque location for a weekend getaway and you forgot to bring a camera?
In today’s social network generation, such a thing is quite unthinkable. If nothing else, you always have your smartphone handy, to capture all your glorious memories and for sharing them with the world. But, a smartphone camera is no match for a DSLR or even for a user friendly and simplistic point and shoot.
Since its inception, cameras have changed the world quite literally. Before the cameras came into picture, people generally used to rely on artists for making their portraits. Imagine that in 21st century.
Thankfully, that is not the case today and you can now capture all your memories with just a push of a button and relive them whenever you desire.
All thanks to the introduction of digital cameras by these best camera brands in the world:
1 Kodak – Feel the Reel
There was a time when the words, Kodak and Camera, were used as synonyms. Kodak was a pioneer of film cameras which we all owe our childhood to. The ‘Kodak Moment’ brand strategy that used to signify a perfect click, became so popular that it became a catchphrase of many studio photographers.
The American company was found in 1892 and was a giant in the industry of imaging technology. During most of the 20th century, Kodak held a dominant position in the market of cameras. However, due to slow transition in the digital era, the company lost its dominancy in the market and that is why it is ranked at No. 10 in the list.
But, regardless of the fact that Kodak is going through hard times, it still gave us a few brilliant point and shoot devices before shutting down its business of digital photography. Some of these are:
Kodak Easyshare CD44 (INR 3,677/-)
- 12 megapixels
- 3 x optical zoom
Kodak Easyshare M583 (INR 6,999/-)
- 14 megapixels
- 8 x optical zoom
Kodak Easyshare Max SLR (INR 13,999/-)
- 12 megapixels
- 30 x optical zoom