Have you ever looked for a good digital camera but were on a tight budget? I researched two great models that were about $150. The Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 and Panasonic DMC-FH25K are point and shoot cameras with lots of preset modes.
They're both easy to carry around and make sure you don't miss those magical moments.
Digital Cameras Comparison Chart
Canon PowerShot ELPH 300
The Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 digital camera is slim and lightweight but carries a punch like a heavyweight! This camera fits right in your back pocket or purse and is great to take quick and casual photos/videos.
The new HS system allows you to take better pictures in low light conditions without the use of flash. Blurriness and noisy pictures may become a thing of the past as you'll get clearer images. Excellent to use if you're out with friends at a favorite nightspot.
The Powershot is equipped with over 20 preset functions such as portrait, smart auto, and kids and pets. This allows you to have the perfect camera setting for all occasions.
Do you like shooting video? No problem then. You get the full HD (high definition) experience. You can record in 1080p HD and still have stereo sound. The Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 is bundled with a cable that connects to your HD TV so you can share your photos and movies on the big screen at home.
The Panasonic DMC-FH25K has 8x digital zoom and is also lightweight and sleek. This model uses the Venus Engine VI processor which gives clear, bright pictures with minimal shutter lag. You'll understand the problems with shutter lag when you try to take a picture of a young child or pet doing something adorable and your camera's auto focus just won't work. How frustrating!
This camera works great indoors or when the sun is setting without the use of flash. It has anti shake technology to reduce blurriness.Your photos now appear focused and clear so you can capture those special moments. Take advantage of 27 programmed scene modes such as sunset, beach, friends, and sports. Preset shooting modes takes the guess work out of finding the right camera setting based on the shot.
Do you get frustrated when your memory cars gets full and you don't have a spare one? No problem because the Panasonic DMC-FH25K has built in memory of 70mb. Based on the size and resolution of your photos, you can get an extra 10-30 pictures that you can later download or transfer to a memory card.