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Samsung - Wi-fi Wb150f 14.0-megapixel Or Canon - Powershot Sx160 Is 16.0-megapixel? Which Is Better?

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Samsung - Wi-fi Wb150f 14.0-megapixel Or Canon - Powershot Sx160 Is 16.0-megapixel? Which Is Better?

Postby Rudolph » Wed Sep 27, 2017 3:23 pm

okay you camera geeks, ive looked a lot into both these cameras. here's all the info you need for both of them:

samsung http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Samsung+-+Wi...

canon: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Canon+-+Powe...

what i want in a camera: good, quick focus (like, i don't want the pictures coming out blurry), high resolution, good quality (almost professional looking). when its dark i want it to take good pictures too.

i've asked a friend and he said the canon one would be bad for low-light situations..i just need more opinions though. i'm kinda already leaning on the samsung because it's cheaper plus it has the wifi which is a really cool feature (at least, i think so) but i still need help deciding.

please be as detailed as possible in your response!
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Samsung - Wi-fi Wb150f 14.0-megapixel Or Canon - Powershot Sx160 Is 16.0-megapixel? Which Is Better?

Postby Okhmhaka » Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:13 am

The Canon. The worst Canon made is better than the best Samsung made.
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Samsung - Wi-fi Wb150f 14.0-megapixel Or Canon - Powershot Sx160 Is 16.0-megapixel? Which Is Better?

Postby Brooke » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:28 am

no longer all pixels on sensors are a similar length (SLR pixels being plenty extra advantageous, often) and better pixels don't have as plenty difficulty with contributing 'noise' to their friends. a action picture analogy: in case you place intense high quality, low-grain action picture in 2 cameras of very different high quality, the ensuing photos could be different in high quality, noticeably if blown as much as a extensive length. With digital cameras of a similar mega pixel count quantity (loosely comparable "action picture graininess"), the slr would be working from a plenty larger "destructive" ( the sensor). you will discover many references to the "megapixel delusion" on line. it somewhat is in basic terms an undemanding thank you to quantify issues for sales and advertising purposes, particularly than a level of image high quality. Optical high quality is plenty extra sturdy to quantify (nevertheless needed), and sensor length makes maximum clientele eyes glaze over.
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Postby Eamonn » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:36 am

Sometimes we are undecided between a couple of camera models.

The best thing for figuring out the differences and picking the winner is to go to the manufacturer's website and compare the specs. If they are made by the SAME company, you may even find a comparison tool right there on their website.

Carefully read the specs and make note of the differences.


Make sure to get a camera with manual modes (manual, aperture priority and shutter priority), so you have the choice to be as creative as you want to be. Don't worry..... the old AUTO function will still be there, too, just in case you can't cope without it.


Nearly always the newer and/or more expensive model actually IS the better one, too, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you really NEED the dearest one. This is the part that is hardest for us to answer, since YOU know much better what your needs are than we do.

If you're still undecided, google for a few reviews and check out sites such as www.dpreview.com or http://snapsort.com/compare .

Doing this work yourself instead of waiting for an answer to be presented has a big advantage for you. It forces you to do some thinking, research and learning. In the process, you become an educated shopper who is much more likely to enjoy his/her purchases instead of regretting the wrong choices a short while later.

Enjoy the journey - that researching part can actually be fun!
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