Best Digital Camera | Comparison & Test Winner 2016

In order to compare the huge amount of digital cameras that are now available on the market you would have to put in hours of effort, but don’t worry because we have already done it for you. Looking at a wide selection of the best digital cameras, we have organised them into a table that makes comparing features and models child’s play. You can easily scan the table for a particular function or quality, as well as simply using it to assess the best overall product or the one that offers the best cost to benefit ratio.

Digital Camera Samsung DV300F WiFi Nikon Coolpix S3300 Samsung WB250F Panasonic TZ25EG-K Panasonic TZ31EG-K Sony RX100 CyberShot Canon IXUS 132 HS Panasonic Lumix DMC F5 Sony WX100B CyberShot
Score 8 / 10 8 / 10 10 / 10 6 / 10 7 / 10 9 / 10 7 / 10 8 / 10 8 / 10
Photo quality
Video quality
Megapixel  16 MP 16 MP 14 MP 12 MP 14 MP 20 MP 16 MP 14 MP 18 MP
Focal length 5 – 23 mm 5 – 28 mm 24 – 120 mm 24 – 384 mm 24 – 480 mm 10 – 37 mm 4 – 22 mm 5 – 28 mm 25 – 250 mm
Display 3.0″ 2.7″ 3.0″ Touch 3.0″ 3.0″ Touch 3.0″ 3.0″ 2.7″ 2.7″
Optical zoom 5 x 6 x 18 x 16 x 20 x 3.6 x 5 x 5 x 10 x
ISO sensitivity Auto – 3.200 Auto – 3.200 Auto – 12.800 Auto – 6.400 Auto – 6.400 Auto – 6.400 Auto – 3.200 Auto – 1.600 Auto – 3.200
Video HD HD Full-HD Full-HD Full-HD
Full-HD Full-HD HD Full-HD
Built-in flash
Auto focusing
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Last Update: March 2016

These days, digital cameras have really taken over from traditional film-based ones so, if you are new to the market or upgrading your current model, then look no further.

Photographic quality is a key feature of any digital camera, particularly lightweight ones that have very small lenses. You can easily judge for yourself the quality of images that can be captured on each device by using the table’s star rating system. On top of this, most digital cameras also offer video capture nowadays and a similar star rating is given for this popular function, too. A good guide to the quality of images will be the number of megapixels that make up any of the photos taken.

Zooming in and out can make all the difference to your photography. Being able to take a snap without getting on top of the subject matter can help for improved images that are arranged perfectly. Each digital camera featured has the ability to zoom optically, but the amount varies. Look at the various zoom ratios before purchasing, especially if you take lots of photos outdoors, where the ability to zoom in can be a real bonus.

Some cameras allow to you connect to a TV or a screen via high-quality HDMI connections. Others will only allow you to hook up via USB ports to a computer or tablet. You can see which ones allow for this, and those which do not, from the table as well. Lastly, ensure you check the display size of each camera, as these tend to vary as well.