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Choosing The Right Camera Phone


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Choosing The Right Camera Phone



With the many choices out there, picking the best camera phone has become quite a task. If you are into photography, then megapixels are just a tip of the iceberg. 

Like any camera buff's opinion, in choosing the best camera phone, you will need to look into the six essential features:

1. Autofocus
2. The right type of flash
3. The minimum set of white balance and exposure modes you need
4. Image stabilization options
5. Mobile phone features to support your picture taking
6. Megapixels

These essential features are what you need to capture high quality photos. A camera phone has other features to offer compared to a stand alone digital camera. 

The first thing you need to do when choosing your camera phone is to fix your budget. Once you know how much you are willing to shell out, then you can work out what camera phones are available to you that suits your budget. Once you know what you can afford, check and compare the features.

Autofocus is what makes the photo clear. It makes the camera focus on your subject correctly and can help avoid blurred shots. If you want photos you can actually use, you need autofocus. It doesn’t matter how many megapixels a phone has, without autofocus, your photos will look horrible to the senses and trust me, you don't want that.

There are different types of flash. The best type of flash is Xenon, which produces a much brighter burst of light that helps your camera phone take good pics even in the dark. The downside is that it’s quite heavy on the battery, and it takes time to reset, so the time between shots is increased.

You also need to consider other features, depending on your needs and preference. Once you've compared all the camera phones that are within your budget, then you should be able to pick the best one for you.
 

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