Every day we meet with subjective thinking that some of the cameras are the most common “garbage” and the other perfection. The person who says so (especially about SLR systems) has little to do with reality. It is true that some systems are not suitable for some specific applications, but the general discrediting of a system (which has become commonplace in the digital age) is entirely subjective and unfounded. Each D-SLR system offers a number of advantages and disadvantages and it is a matter of personal assessment that will best suit your needs.
The best way to estimate the quality of a camera is to compare opinions from a few entirely different sources and, if possible, to look at photos of the photos available on the Internet. We also recommend going to the store and receiving handsets as this is the best way to check ergonomics.
And for the end of this chapter, note that the camera is just a tool, and the photographer is the one who deserves a good photo. How much effort you can put into your knowledge and understanding of photography and how the camera works, so much the results will be better.
Family and tourist use: This group includes users who intend to record family, friends, or record trips and vacation annually without much thought about the settings of the appliance. Almost all compact cameras can meet these needs. We suggest that you pay attention to the lens: it is very useful to have a 28mm wide angle (compared to the usual 35mm), and the stabilization is also a welcome feature. In such an inexpensive class, we advise you to avoid models with more than 12 megapixels because they typically have poorer picture quality than similar models with smaller pixels. Depending on the available means, it is possible to find the quality of the models ranging from 700 to 1500 kn. Unfortunately, the most commonly known models in this class are the models that are really below the average picture quality and we certainly recommend reading the tests and searching for photographic images on the internet.
More demanding amateur usage: Users who do not want to enter the D-SLR world but require more manual control or greater versatility of the camera. One solution is compact with manual controls, and another ultrasound device. Today, the standard zoom range is up to 30x, making the camera an incredible range of possible shooting objects.