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5 Best Digital Cameras Under $50 in the US - August 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020
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5 best digital cameras under $50

What Digital Camera Under $50 to Buy in July 2020?

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Kodak Pixpro FZ53 Polaroid IE826 Nikon D80 Canon Powershot A610 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800
Kodak Pixpro FZ53 Polaroid IE826 Nikon D80 Canon Powershot A610 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800
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16MP
4608 X 3456
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
5x
OPTICAL ZOOM
1280 X 720
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.9
MINIMUM
18MP
4608 X 3456
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
8x
OPTICAL ZOOM
1280 X 720
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
400
MAXIMUM ISO
10.2MP
3872 X 2592
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
3.5
MINIMUM
1,600
MAXIMUM ISO
1s
CAMERA
585g
5MP
2592 X 1944
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
4x
OPTICAL ZOOM
640 X 480
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
235g
20.1MP
5152 X 3864
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
5x
OPTICAL ZOOM
640 X 480
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.2
MINIMUM
95
Reviews
96 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Popularity
Quite Popular
84
Value for Money
Very Good
85
Kagoo Score
Excellent
94
Reviews
263 Reviews
84
Features
Fully-Featured
77
Popularity
Quite Popular
84
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent
95
Reviews
85 Reviews + 20 Awards
83
Features
Fully-Featured
83
Value for Money
Very Good
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent
95
Reviews
27 Reviews + 2 Awards
84
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Value for Money
Very Good
83
Kagoo Score
Excellent
92
Reviews
191 Reviews
84
Features
Fully-Featured
76
Popularity
Quite Popular
83
Value for Money
Very Good
83
Kagoo Score
Excellent
A fully featured and excellently reviewed 5x optical zoom camera, with one of the lightest weights available and a cheap price. It has an image stabiliser, a digital zoom of 6x and a minimum aperture number of 3.9 and features smile detection. Our review analysis indicates that it has an outstanding picture quality, brilliant features and it's very easy to use. A fully featured and classic 8x optical zoom camera, with one of the lightest weights available and a good price. Owners report that it has good features, it's able to produce good images and very easy to use. The cheapest sports photography camera around. It has a built-in flash, an optical zoom of and a minimum aperture number of and does not have an image stabiliser. Owners report that it has superb features, it produces very good images but expensive. Owners report that this camera has good features, it's able to produce good images and very easy to use. It's a fully featured and award winning 4x optical zoom camera, with a good price. A fully featured and classic 5x optical zoom digital camera, with one of the lightest weights around and a good price. It has an image stabiliser, a built-in flash and a digital zoom of 40x and supports Full HD video. Our review analysis indicates that this digital camera isable to produce good images, really easy to use and compact.
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13 Reasons For
4608 X 3456 Pixels Pixels Image Resolution
Smile Detection
1280 X 720 Pixels Pixels Video Resolution
Higher Video Resolution
0.7" Larger Display Diagonal
43% Higher Maximum Playback Zoom
Better Kagoo Score
More Shops Are Selling It
Newer by Three Years
More Fairly Priced
Easier to Use
Better Nice Technical Features
Took Good Photos
6 Reasons For
480g Lighter
4608 X 3456 Pixels Pixels Image Resolution
1280 X 720 Pixels Pixels Video Resolution
Built-in Flash
Cheaper by $3
A Better Size
7 Reasons For
3 Times Higher Still Image Resolution
A Lot Wider Field of View
Built-in Flash
20 More Awards
Expert Reviews Are Slightly Better
User Reviews Are Slightly Better
3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score
6 Reasons For
1/1.5 to 1/2" (1/1.8)" Image Sensor Size
43% Bigger Internal Memory
350 Battery Life
Built-in Flash
Better Brand
Better CNET.com.au Review Score
6 Reasons For
43% Higher Megapixels
Bigger Digital Zoom
Full HD Video
0.7" Larger Display Diagonal
Built-in Flash
Has a Better Lens That Was Good
16 Reasons Against
A Little Heavier
4.1MP Lower Megapixels
Only 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" Image Sensor Size
Lower Still Image Resolution
Smaller Digital Zoom
Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
75% Smaller Internal Memory
64% Lower Display Resolution
Does Not Have an HDMI
Only 200 Battery Life
Does Not Support Wi-Fi
Does Not Feature Bluetooth
More Expensive by $20
User Review Rating is Worse
Overall Review Rating is a Bit Worse
Worse Brand
15 Reasons Against
2.1MP Lower Megapixels
Not Waterproof
90% Smaller Digital Zoom
Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Only 110 Battery Life
Worse Kagoo Score
Less Retailers
Older by Over Five Years
User Review Rating is Worse
Overall Review Rating is Worse
Worse Brand
Has a Worse Price
Harder to Use
Worse Nice Technical Features
Produces Worse Quality Pictures
18 Reasons Against
46% Heavier
9.9MP Lower Megapixels
Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Moderately Smaller Display Diagonal
400 Pixels Lower Display Resolution
Does Not Have an HDMI
Does Not Have a GPS
Worse Kagoo Score
$14 More Expensive
Not As Many Stockists
Over Three Years Older
Worse Brand
1 Expert Review Site Gave It a Lower Review Score
Has a Worse Price
Harder to Use
Has Worse Technical Features
Has a Worse Lens
Took Good Pictures
20 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
76% Lower Megapixels
3 Times Lower Still Image Resolution
Lower Image Resolution
Smaller Digital Zoom
3 Times Lower Video Resolution
Smaller Display Diagonal
Narrower Field of View
115,400 Pixels Lower Display Resolution
75% Lower Maximum Playback Zoom
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $3
Not As Many Stockists
Older by Over Eight Years
18 Less Awards
Expert Review Rating is a Little Worse
User Review Rating is a Little Worse
3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score
Worse Nice Technical Features
Produces Worse Quality Pictures
21 Reasons Against
A Bit Heavier
Only 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" Image Sensor Size
Lower Still Image Resolution
Not Waterproof
Lower Video Resolution
3 Times Lower Video Resolution
10% Smaller Internal Memory
Does Not Have an HDMI
Only 200 Battery Life
Does Not Support Wi-Fi
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $9
Less Retailers
Older by Over Five Years
User Review Rating is Much Worse
Overall Review Rating is Much Worse
Worse Brand
Has a Worse Price
A Worse Size
Harder to Use
Took Good Quality Pictures
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Kodak Pixpro FZ53

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Kodak Pixpro FZ53
16MP
4608 X 3456
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
5x
OPTICAL ZOOM
1280 X 720
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.9
MINIMUM
1,600
MAXIMUM ISO
1s
CAMERA
106g
6x
DIGITAL ZOOM
2.7"
SCREEN

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a Kagoo Score of 85. However with a price tag of $45.99 this digital camera is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 or read our article on whether you should buy a Kodak digital camera.

Features We Love:
ok optical zoom (5x)
Image stabiliser
Large minimum aperture number (3.9)
Features smile detection
Lighter than average (106g)

A fully featured and excellently reviewed 5x optical zoom camera, with one of the lightest weights available and a cheap price. It has an image stabiliser, a digital zoom of 6x and a minimum aperture number of 3.9 and features smile detection. Our review analysis indicates that it has an outstanding picture quality, brilliant features and it's very easy to use.

95
Reviews
96 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Popularity
Quite Popular
84
Value for Money
Very Good
85
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has great user reviews with 100% of buyers recommending this camera to others.

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13 Reasons For for Choosing the Kodak Pixpro FZ53

4608 X 3456 Pixels Pixels Image Resolution

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a maximum image resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels pixels (as is the Polaroid IE826), but the Canon Powershot A610 only has a maximum image resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Smile Detection

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 features smile detection, however the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80, the Polaroid IE826 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 do not. More ...

'Smile detection' is a special mode for a digital camera that can detect when the subject is smiling, and take the photo automatically when it detects a smile.

Automatic smile detection makes it easy to capture the perfect moment in a photo, and means you won't miss a brief smile due to poor reflexes.

1280 X 720 Pixels Pixels Video Resolution

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels pixels (as is the Polaroid IE826), whereas the Canon Powershot A610 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 have a maximum video resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. We do not know what type of maximum video resolution the Nikon D80 have. More ...

'Maximum video resolution' measures the largest possible video that the digital camera is able to record.

A larger video resolution means the camera can shoot videos that will be sharper, more detailed and have more clarity.

Higher Video Resolution

The best video resolution supported by the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is 1280 x 720 pixels pixels which is also supported by the Polaroid IE826. But the best video resolution supported by the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is 640 x 480 pixels (3 times lower video resolution). We do not know what types of video resolution the Canon Powershot A610 and the Nikon D80 support. More ...

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 also supports 640 x 480 pixels and 320 x 240 pixels video resolutions.

The video resolution is the size of the image that the camera can record in video mode. It is measured in pixels where the first value is the number of horizontal pixels and the second value is the number of vertical pixels.

A higher video resolution will be noticeable when playing back videos on HD televisions. The video will appear sharper and more life like. Recording video at a higher resolution will fill your memory card more quickly though.

0.7" Larger Display Diagonal

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 2.7 screen digital camera, and so does the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800. That's 0.2" larger than the Canon Powershot A610 and the Nikon D80 (2.5"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

43% Higher Maximum Playback Zoom

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is an 8 maximum playback zoom digital camera. That's 6x higher than the Canon Powershot A610 (2x). More ...

The 'playback zoom' attribute denotes how much you can enlarge photos and videos when viewing them on the cameras digital screen.

A larger playback zoom allows you to zoom in closer on details of your shots, allowing you to better analyse them and pick out any faults or issues before you transfer them to a computer.

Better Kagoo Score

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has received a Kagoo Score of 85, however the Canon Powershot A610 scored 83, the Nikon D80 scored 82, the Polaroid IE826 scored 84 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 scored 83.

More Shops Are Selling It

A greater number of sellers increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this digital camera.

Newer by Three Years

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 was released eight years after the Canon Powershot A610, released three years after the Nikon D80, released six years after the Polaroid IE826 and released five years after the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800

More Fairly Priced

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 was more fairly priced.

Easier to Use

On average reviewers thought the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 was easier to use. More than 60 people thought that it was really easy to use.

Better Nice Technical Features

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 was better nice technical features. Over 30 people thought that it had very good features.

Took Good Photos

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 reviewers thought the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 took good photos. Over 20 people thought that it had a brilliant picture quality and was very able to produce good images.

16 Reasons Against for Choosing the Kodak Pixpro FZ53

A Little Heavier

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a weight of 106, but the Canon Powershot A610 is a 235g digital camera (129g heavier), the Nikon D80 is a 585g digital camera (479g heavier), the Polaroid IE826 is a 105g digital camera (1g lighter) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 109g digital camera (3g heavier). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

4.1MP Lower Megapixels

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 16 digital camera. That's 11MP higher than the Canon Powershot A610 (5MP), 5.8MP higher than the Nikon D80 (10.2MP), 2MP lower than the Polaroid IE826 (18MP) and 4.1MP lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (20.1MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Only 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" Image Sensor Size

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" image sensor size (as is the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), however the Canon Powershot A610 has a 1/1.5 to 1/2" image sensor size. We do not know what type of image sensor size the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 have. More ...

Optical sensor size is one of the most important factors affecting the image quality produced by a digital camera. Compact digital cameras have smaller optical sensors due to the reduced space available in the camera body. Digital SLRs and Mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (MILCs) have large optical sensors to achieve maximum image quality.

A larger optical sensor produces better quality photographs. A 4/3" sensor size has a 2x crop factor compared to 35mm film, while a 1/4" sensor size is significantly smaller and will result in lower quality images.

Lower Still Image Resolution

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 supports a still image resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) (as does the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), whereas the Nikon D80 supports a still image resolution of 2896 x 1944. We do not know what type of still image resolution the Polaroid IE826 support. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Smaller Digital Zoom

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 6 digital zoom digital camera. That's 2x bigger than the Canon Powershot A610 and the Polaroid IE826 (4x) and 34x smaller than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (40x). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has a maximum ISO sensitivity of 1, and so does the Nikon D80. That's 1,200 higher than the Polaroid IE826 (400) and 1,600 lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (3,200). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

75% Smaller Internal Memory

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is an 8 internal memory digital camera. That's 24MB smaller than the Canon Powershot A610 (32MB) and 21MB smaller than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (29MB). More ...

Internal memory is the amount of digital storage built into the camera.

The bigger the internal memory of the camera, the more photos can be stored at one time, without having to resort to an external SD card.

64% Lower Display Resolution

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 230 display resolution digital camera, and so does the Nikon D80. That's 115,000 pixels higher than the Canon Powershot A610 (115,000 Pixels) and 400 pixels lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (230,400 Pixels). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

Does Not Have an HDMI

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not have an HDMI (As do the the Nikon D80 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), whereas the Canon Powershot A610 and the Polaroid IE826 do. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

Only 200 Battery Life

The number of battery life on the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is 200, and so does the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800, but the Canon Powershot A610 only takes 350 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Nikon D80. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Does Not Support Wi-Fi

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not support Wi-Fi (As does the the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), but the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 do. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Does Not Feature Bluetooth

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not feature bluetooth, whereas the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80, the Polaroid IE826 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 do. More ...

Bluetooth is a communication standard used to wirelessly transfer data between devices. In a digital camera, it is used to send photos between the camera and mobile phones and tablets, or to control external peripherals (such as flashes).

Bluetooth is a necessity to use certain modern camera peripherals, so without this tech you will be limited with what extras you can use.

More Expensive by $20

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is $16 more expensive than the Canon Powershot A610, $6 more expensive than the Nikon D80, $20 more expensive than the Polaroid IE826 and $11 more expensive than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800.

User Review Rating is Worse

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53's average user score is 88%, however the Canon Powershot A610's is 90% (based on 10 reviews) and the Nikon D80's is 93% (based on 6 reviews).

Overall Review Rating is a Bit Worse

The Kodak Pixpro FZ53's average overall score is 88%, however the Nikon D80's is 91% (based on 85 reviews).

Worse Brand

Kodak digital cameras have an average rating of only 80.7%, whereas Canon has an average rating of 95%, Nikon has an average rating of 90.2%, Polaroid has an average rating of 84.4% and Sony has an average rating of 88.1%.

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Polaroid IE826

$26.15
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Polaroid IE826

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Polaroid IE826
18MP
4608 X 3456
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
8x
OPTICAL ZOOM
1280 X 720
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
400
MAXIMUM ISO
105g
4x
DIGITAL ZOOM

The Polaroid IE826 has a Kagoo Score of 84. With a price tag of $26.15 this digital camera is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Polaroid IE826.

Features We Love:
High megapixels (18MP)
Big optical zoom (8x)
Image stabiliser
Built-in flash
Lighter than average (105g)

A fully featured and classic 8x optical zoom camera, with one of the lightest weights available and a good price. Owners report that it has good features, it's able to produce good images and very easy to use.

94
Reviews
263 Reviews
84
Features
Fully-Featured
77
Popularity
Quite Popular
84
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Polaroid IE826 has great user reviews with an average user rating of 86%, based on 262 reviews.

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6 Reasons For for Choosing the Polaroid IE826

480g Lighter

The Polaroid IE826 has a weight of 105, but the Canon Powershot A610 is a 235g digital camera (130g heavier), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 106g digital camera (1g heavier), the Nikon D80 is a 585g digital camera (480g heavier) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 109g digital camera (4g heavier). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

4608 X 3456 Pixels Pixels Image Resolution

The Polaroid IE826 has a maximum image resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels pixels (as is the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), but the Canon Powershot A610 only has a maximum image resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

1280 X 720 Pixels Pixels Video Resolution

The Polaroid IE826 has a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels pixels (as is the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), whereas the Canon Powershot A610 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 have a maximum video resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. We do not know what type of maximum video resolution the Nikon D80 have. More ...

'Maximum video resolution' measures the largest possible video that the digital camera is able to record.

A larger video resolution means the camera can shoot videos that will be sharper, more detailed and have more clarity.

Built-in Flash

The Polaroid IE826 has a built-in flash, and so do the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not. More ...

Cameras with a built in flash illuminate the subject in low light conditions. A flash can also be used to place more emphasis on the foreground or lighten dark shadows.

Cameras with a built in flash can take pictures in low light conditions. Since no external flash is required, cameras with a built in flash are smaller and easier to carry.

Cheaper by $3

The Polaroid IE826 costs $3.35 less than the Canon Powershot A610, costs $19.84 less than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, costs $13.85 less than the Nikon D80 and costs $8.85 less than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800.

A Better Size

On average reviewers thought the Polaroid IE826 was a better size. Several people thought that it was really compact, was really easy to carry around and was a good size.

15 Reasons Against for Choosing the Polaroid IE826

2.1MP Lower Megapixels

The Polaroid IE826 is an 18 digital camera. That's 13MP higher than the Canon Powershot A610 (5MP), 2MP higher than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (16MP), 7.8MP higher than the Nikon D80 (10.2MP) and 2.1MP lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (20.1MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Not Waterproof

The Polaroid IE826 is not waterproof (As does the the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), but the Canon Powershot A610, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Nikon D80 are. More ...

Waterproof compacts or tough / rugged compacts allow you to take shots in all sorts of weather conditions and even take your camera snorkelling with you. Make sure to check the depth the camera can be used to if you intend to use it underwater at greater depths of for extended periods of time.

Waterproof compacts or tough / rugged compacts allow you to take shots in all sorts of weather conditions and even take your camera snorkelling with you.

90% Smaller Digital Zoom

The Polaroid IE826 is a 4 digital zoom digital camera, and so does the Canon Powershot A610. That's 2x smaller than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (6x) and 36x smaller than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (40x). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

The Polaroid IE826 has a maximum ISO sensitivity of 400. That's 1,200 lower than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Nikon D80 (1,600) and 2,800 lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (3,200). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

Only 110 Battery Life

The number of battery life on the Polaroid IE826 is 110, but the Canon Powershot A610 only takes 350 battery life and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 only takes 200 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Nikon D80. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Polaroid IE826 has received a Kagoo Score of 84, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 scored 85.

Less Retailers

The Polaroid IE826 is only stocked by 2 retailers, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is stocked by 4 stores and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is stocked by 3 retailers. More ...

Fewer numbers of shops reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product and also reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock.
Older by Over Five Years

The Polaroid IE826 is six years older than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, three years older than the Nikon D80 and six months older than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800.

User Review Rating is Worse

The Polaroid IE826's average user score is 86%, however the Canon Powershot A610's is 90% (based on 10 reviews), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53's is 88% (based on 95 reviews) and the Nikon D80's is 93% (based on 6 reviews).

Overall Review Rating is Worse

The Polaroid IE826's average overall score is 86%, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53's is 88% (based on 96 reviews) and the Nikon D80's is 91% (based on 85 reviews).

Worse Brand

Polaroid digital cameras have an average rating of only 84.4%, whereas Canon has an average rating of 95%, Nikon has an average rating of 90.2% and Sony has an average rating of 88.1%.

Has a Worse Price

On average reviewers thought the Polaroid IE826 has a worse price.

Harder to Use

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Polaroid IE826 was harder to use.

Worse Nice Technical Features

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Polaroid IE826 was worse nice technical features.

Produces Worse Quality Pictures

The Polaroid IE826 reviewers thought the Polaroid IE826 produces worse quality pictures.

The Polaroid IE826 is 58mm wide, 95mm tall, 23mm deep and weighs 105g.

Polaroid IE826 front view

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Nikon D80

$40.00
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Nikon D80

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Nikon D80
10.2MP
3872 X 2592
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
3.5
MINIMUM
1,600
MAXIMUM ISO
1s
CAMERA
585g
2.5"
SCREEN

The Nikon D80 has a Kagoo Score of 82. However with a price tag of $40.00 this digital camera is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Nikon D80 or read our article on whether you should buy a Nikon digital camera.

Features We Love:
Wide range of optical zooms depending on lens used
Optical image stabilisation may be available with some lenses
Wide range of minimum aperture numbers depending on lens used
Built-in flash
Wide range of maximum focal lengths (35mm film equiv) depending on lens used (1mm)

The cheapest sports photography camera around. It has a built-in flash, an optical zoom of and a minimum aperture number of and does not have an image stabiliser. Owners report that it has superb features, it produces very good images but expensive.

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Features
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Value for Money
Very Good
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Nikon D80 has very good expert reviews and brilliant user reviews with an average overall rating of 91%, based on 85 reviews.

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7 Reasons For for Choosing the Nikon D80

3 Times Higher Still Image Resolution

The Nikon D80 supports a still image resolution of 2896 x 1944, which is 3 times higher still image resolution as the Canon Powershot A610 (1600 x 1200) and 3 times higher still image resolution as the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (1920 x 1080 (Full HD)). We do not know what type of still image resolution the Polaroid IE826 support. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

A Lot Wider Field of View

The Nikon D80 has a field of view of 170, whereas the Canon Powershot A610 is only a 100% field of view digital camera (70% narrower). More ...

'Field of View' denotes the angles at which the display on a digital camera can be effectively viewed, and all the information clearly read.

Wider field of views mean that you can use the display at a greater variety of angles. Conversely a very small field of view means that you have to hold the device almost directly in front of you in order to view the display.

Built-in Flash

The Nikon D80 has a built-in flash (as do the Canon Powershot A610, the Polaroid IE826 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not have this feature. More ...

Cameras with a built in flash illuminate the subject in low light conditions. A flash can also be used to place more emphasis on the foreground or lighten dark shadows.

Cameras with a built in flash can take pictures in low light conditions. Since no external flash is required, cameras with a built in flash are smaller and easier to carry.

20 More Awards

The Nikon D80 has received 20 awards, however the Canon Powershot A610 has received 2 awards, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 has received no awards, the Polaroid IE826 has received no awards and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has received no awards.

Expert Reviews Are Slightly Better

The average expert review score of the Nikon D80 is 85% based on 79 reviews, but the average rating of the Canon Powershot A610 is 81% (based on 17 reviews).

User Reviews Are Slightly Better

The average user review score of the Nikon D80 is 93% based on 6 reviews, but the average rating of the Canon Powershot A610 is 90% (based on 10 reviews), the average rating of the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is 88% (based on 95 reviews), the average rating of the Polaroid IE826 is 86% (based on 262 reviews) and the average rating of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is 81% (based on 191 reviews).

3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score

Asia.cnet.com, CNET.co.uk and CNET.com all gave the Nikon D80 a better review score. More ...

Asia.cnet.com: Nikon D80 = 83% vs Canon Powershot A610 = 74%

CNET.co.uk: Nikon D80 = 80% vs Canon Powershot A610 = 74%

CNET.com: Nikon D80 = 80% vs Canon Powershot A610 = 74%

18 Reasons Against for Choosing the Nikon D80

46% Heavier

The Nikon D80 is a 585 digital camera. That's 350g heavier than the Canon Powershot A610 (235g), 479g heavier than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (106g), 480g heavier than the Polaroid IE826 (105g) and 476g heavier than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (109g). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

9.9MP Lower Megapixels

The Nikon D80 has a megapixels of 10.2, however the Canon Powershot A610 is a 5MP digital camera (5.2MP lower), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 16MP digital camera (5.8MP higher), the Polaroid IE826 is an 18MP digital camera (7.8MP higher) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 20.1MP digital camera (9.9MP higher). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

Nikon D80 is only 1 maximum ISO speed (as does the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), but the Polaroid IE826 is a 400 maximum ISO speed digital camera (1,200 lower) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 3,200 maximum ISO speed digital camera (1,600 higher). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

Moderately Smaller Display Diagonal

The Nikon D80 has a display diagonal of 2.5, however the Canon Powershot A610, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 are all 2.7" screen digital cameras (0.2" larger). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

400 Pixels Lower Display Resolution

The Nikon D80 has a display resolution of 230 (as does the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), whereas the Canon Powershot A610 is a 115,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (115,000 pixels lower) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 230,400 Pixels display resolution digital camera (400 pixels higher). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

Does Not Have an HDMI

The Nikon D80 does not have an HDMI (As do the the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), however the Canon Powershot A610 and the Polaroid IE826 have this feature. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

Does Not Have a GPS

The Nikon D80 does not have a GPS, but the Canon Powershot A610, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, the Polaroid IE826 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 do. More ...

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Nikon D80 has received a Kagoo Score of 82, but the Canon Powershot A610 scored 83, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 scored 85, the Polaroid IE826 scored 84 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 scored 83.

$14 More Expensive

The Nikon D80 is more expensive than the Canon Powershot A610 by $11, more expensive than the Polaroid IE826 by $14 and more expensive than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 by $5.

Not As Many Stockists

Only 1 store sell the Nikon D80, however 4 sellers sell the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, 2 stores sell the Polaroid IE826 and 3 sellers sell the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800. More ...

Smaller numbers of retailers reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product.
Over Three Years Older

The Nikon D80 is older than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 by three years.

Worse Brand

Nikon digital cameras have an average rating of only 90.2%, however Canon has an average rating of 95%.

1 Expert Review Site Gave It a Lower Review Score

CNET.com.au all gave the Nikon D80 a lower review score. More ...

CNET.com.au: Nikon D80 = 80% vs Canon Powershot A610 = 100%
Has a Worse Price

The Nikon D80 reviewers thought the Nikon D80 has a worse price.

Harder to Use

The Nikon D80 reviewers thought the Nikon D80 was harder to use.

Has Worse Technical Features

On average reviewers thought the Nikon D80 has worse technical features.

Has a Worse Lens

On average reviewers thought the Nikon D80 has a worse lens.

Took Good Pictures

Our analysis of the Nikon D80 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Nikon D80 took good pictures.

The Nikon D80 is 132mm wide, 77mm tall, 103mm deep and weighs 585g.

Nikon D80 front view

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Canon Powershot A610

$29.50
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Canon Powershot A610

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Canon Powershot A610
5MP
2592 X 1944
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
4x
OPTICAL ZOOM
640 X 480
PIXELS VIDEO
RESOLUTION
235g
4x
DIGITAL ZOOM
2"
SCREEN

The Canon Powershot A610 has a Kagoo Score of 83. With a price tag of $29.50 this digital camera is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Canon Powershot A610 or read our article on whether you should buy a Canon digital camera.

Features We Love:
Tiny optical zoom (4x)
Image stabiliser
Built-in flash
350 battery life
Supports direct printing

Owners report that this camera has good features, it's able to produce good images and very easy to use. It's a fully featured and award winning 4x optical zoom camera, with a good price.

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Features
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84
Value for Money
Very Good
83
Kagoo Score
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Our review analysis indicates that Canon Powershot A610 has great expert reviews and great user reviews with an average overall rating of 85%, based on 27 reviews.

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6 Reasons For for Choosing the Canon Powershot A610

1/1.5 to 1/2" (1/1.8)" Image Sensor Size

The Canon Powershot A610 has a 1/1.5 to 1/2" (1/1.8)" image sensor size, but the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 have a 1/2 to 1/2.5" image sensor size. We do not know what type of image sensor size the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 have. More ...

Optical sensor size is one of the most important factors affecting the image quality produced by a digital camera. Compact digital cameras have smaller optical sensors due to the reduced space available in the camera body. Digital SLRs and Mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (MILCs) have large optical sensors to achieve maximum image quality.

A larger optical sensor produces better quality photographs. A 4/3" sensor size has a 2x crop factor compared to 35mm film, while a 1/4" sensor size is significantly smaller and will result in lower quality images.

43% Bigger Internal Memory

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 32 internal memory digital camera. That's 24MB bigger than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (8MB) and 3MB bigger than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (29MB). More ...

Internal memory is the amount of digital storage built into the camera.

The bigger the internal memory of the camera, the more photos can be stored at one time, without having to resort to an external SD card.

350 Battery Life

The Canon Powershot A610 is a digital camera that takes 350 battery life, whereas the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 only takes 200 battery life and the Polaroid IE826 only takes 110 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Nikon D80. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Built-in Flash

The Canon Powershot A610 has a built-in flash, and so do the Nikon D80, the Polaroid IE826 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not. More ...

Cameras with a built in flash illuminate the subject in low light conditions. A flash can also be used to place more emphasis on the foreground or lighten dark shadows.

Cameras with a built in flash can take pictures in low light conditions. Since no external flash is required, cameras with a built in flash are smaller and easier to carry.

Better Brand

Canon digital cameras have an average rating of 95%, however Kodak only has an average rating of 80.7%, Nikon only has an average rating of 90.2%, Polaroid only has an average rating of 84.4% and Sony only has an average rating of 88.1%.

Better CNET.com.au Review Score

The Canon Powershot A610 has a review score of 100% from CNET.com.au, however the rating of the Nikon D80 was only 80% from the same site.

20 Reasons Against for Choosing the Canon Powershot A610

A Lot Heavier

The Canon Powershot A610 has a weight of 235, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 106g digital camera (129g lighter), the Nikon D80 is a 585g digital camera (350g heavier), the Polaroid IE826 is a 105g digital camera (130g lighter) and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 109g digital camera (126g lighter). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

76% Lower Megapixels

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 5 digital camera. That's 11MP lower than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (16MP), 5.2MP lower than the Nikon D80 (10.2MP), 13MP lower than the Polaroid IE826 (18MP) and 15.1MP lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (20.1MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

3 Times Lower Still Image Resolution

The Canon Powershot A610 supports a still image resolution of 1600 x 1200, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 support a still image resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) and the Nikon D80 supports a still image resolution of 2896 x 1944. We do not know what type of still image resolution the Polaroid IE826 support. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Lower Image Resolution

The Canon Powershot A610 has a maximum image resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels pixels, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Polaroid IE826 have a maximum image resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Smaller Digital Zoom

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 4 digital zoom digital camera, and so does the Polaroid IE826. That's 2x smaller than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (6x) and 36x smaller than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (40x). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

3 Times Lower Video Resolution

The Canon Powershot A610 has a maximum video resolution of 640 x 480 pixels pixels (as is the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800), however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Polaroid IE826 have a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. We do not know what type of maximum video resolution the Nikon D80 have. More ...

'Maximum video resolution' measures the largest possible video that the digital camera is able to record.

A larger video resolution means the camera can shoot videos that will be sharper, more detailed and have more clarity.

Smaller Display Diagonal

The Canon Powershot A610 has a display diagonal of 2. That's 0.7" smaller than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, the Nikon D80 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (2.7"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Narrower Field of View

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 100 field of view digital camera. That's 70% narrower than the Nikon D80 (170%). More ...

'Field of View' denotes the angles at which the display on a digital camera can be effectively viewed, and all the information clearly read.

Wider field of views mean that you can use the display at a greater variety of angles. Conversely a very small field of view means that you have to hold the device almost directly in front of you in order to view the display.

115,400 Pixels Lower Display Resolution

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 115 display resolution digital camera. That's 115,000 pixels lower than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Nikon D80 (230,000 Pixels) and 115,400 pixels lower than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 (230,400 Pixels). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

75% Lower Maximum Playback Zoom

The Canon Powershot A610 is a 2 maximum playback zoom digital camera. That's 6x lower than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (8x). More ...

The 'playback zoom' attribute denotes how much you can enlarge photos and videos when viewing them on the cameras digital screen.

A larger playback zoom allows you to zoom in closer on details of your shots, allowing you to better analyse them and pick out any faults or issues before you transfer them to a computer.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Canon Powershot A610 has received a Kagoo Score of 83, but the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 scored 85 and the Polaroid IE826 scored 84.

More Expensive by $3

The Canon Powershot A610 is $3 more expensive than the Polaroid IE826.

Not As Many Stockists

The Canon Powershot A610 is only stocked by 1 store, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is stocked by 4 retailers, the Polaroid IE826 is stocked by 2 shops and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is stocked by 3 stores. More ...

Fewer numbers of sellers reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this digital camera.
Older by Over Eight Years

The Canon Powershot A610 is eight years older than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, five years older than the Nikon D80, three years older than the Polaroid IE826 and three years older than the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800.

18 Less Awards

The Canon Powershot A610 has only received 2 awards, however the Nikon D80 has received 20 awards.

Expert Review Rating is a Little Worse

The Canon Powershot A610 has an average expert score of 81%, but the Nikon D80 has an average expert rating of 85% (based on 79 reviews).

User Review Rating is a Little Worse

The Canon Powershot A610 has an average user score of 90%, but the Nikon D80 has an average user rating of 93% (based on 6 reviews).

3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score

Asia.cnet.com, CNET.co.uk and CNET.com all gave the Canon Powershot A610 a lower review score. More ...

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Worse Nice Technical Features

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Canon Powershot A610 was worse nice technical features.

Produces Worse Quality Pictures

The Canon Powershot A610 reviewers thought the Canon Powershot A610 produces worse quality pictures.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Powershot A610 in the US is $29.50 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a Kagoo Score of 83. With a price tag of $35.00 this digital camera is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 or read our article on whether you should buy a Sony digital camera.

Features We Love:
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Image stabiliser
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A fully featured and classic 5x optical zoom digital camera, with one of the lightest weights around and a good price. It has an image stabiliser, a built-in flash and a digital zoom of 40x and supports Full HD video. Our review analysis indicates that this digital camera isable to produce good images, really easy to use and compact.

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Multiple reviews mentioned that Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has very good user reviews with an average user rating of 81%, based on 191 reviews.

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6 Reasons For for Choosing the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W800

43% Higher Megapixels

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 20.1 digital camera. That's 15.1MP higher than the Canon Powershot A610 (5MP), 4.1MP higher than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (16MP), 9.9MP higher than the Nikon D80 (10.2MP) and 2.1MP higher than the Polaroid IE826 (18MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Bigger Digital Zoom

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 40 digital zoom digital camera. That's 36x bigger than the Canon Powershot A610 and the Polaroid IE826 (4x) and 34x bigger than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (6x). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

Full HD Video

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 supports Full HD video, but the Canon Powershot A610, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 do not support this feature. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

0.7" Larger Display Diagonal

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 2.7 screen digital camera, and so does the Kodak Pixpro FZ53. That's 0.2" larger than the Canon Powershot A610 and the Nikon D80 (2.5"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Built-in Flash

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a built-in flash, and so do the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 does not. More ...

Cameras with a built in flash illuminate the subject in low light conditions. A flash can also be used to place more emphasis on the foreground or lighten dark shadows.

Cameras with a built in flash can take pictures in low light conditions. Since no external flash is required, cameras with a built in flash are smaller and easier to carry.

Has a Better Lens That Was Good

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a better lens that was good. Several people thought that it had a bad zoom and autofocus.

21 Reasons Against for Choosing the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W800

A Bit Heavier

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a weight of 109, but the Canon Powershot A610 is a 235g digital camera (126g heavier), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a 106g digital camera (3g lighter), the Nikon D80 is a 585g digital camera (476g heavier) and the Polaroid IE826 is a 105g digital camera (4g lighter). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

Only 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" Image Sensor Size

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a 1/2 to 1/2.5" (1/2.3)" image sensor size (as is the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), however the Canon Powershot A610 has a 1/1.5 to 1/2" image sensor size. We do not know what type of image sensor size the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 have. More ...

Optical sensor size is one of the most important factors affecting the image quality produced by a digital camera. Compact digital cameras have smaller optical sensors due to the reduced space available in the camera body. Digital SLRs and Mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (MILCs) have large optical sensors to achieve maximum image quality.

A larger optical sensor produces better quality photographs. A 4/3" sensor size has a 2x crop factor compared to 35mm film, while a 1/4" sensor size is significantly smaller and will result in lower quality images.

Lower Still Image Resolution

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 supports a still image resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) (as does the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), whereas the Nikon D80 supports a still image resolution of 2896 x 1944. We do not know what type of still image resolution the Polaroid IE826 support. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Not Waterproof

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is not waterproof (As does the the Polaroid IE826), but the Canon Powershot A610, the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Nikon D80 are. More ...

Waterproof compacts or tough / rugged compacts allow you to take shots in all sorts of weather conditions and even take your camera snorkelling with you. Make sure to check the depth the camera can be used to if you intend to use it underwater at greater depths of for extended periods of time.

Waterproof compacts or tough / rugged compacts allow you to take shots in all sorts of weather conditions and even take your camera snorkelling with you.

Lower Video Resolution

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a maximum video resolution of 640 x 480 pixels pixels (as is the Canon Powershot A610), whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Polaroid IE826 have a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. We do not know what type of maximum video resolution the Nikon D80 have. More ...

'Maximum video resolution' measures the largest possible video that the digital camera is able to record.

A larger video resolution means the camera can shoot videos that will be sharper, more detailed and have more clarity.

3 Times Lower Video Resolution

The best video resolution supported by the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is 640 x 480 pixels pixels. But the best video resolution supported by the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Polaroid IE826 is 1280 x 720 pixels (3 times higher video resolution). We do not know what types of video resolution the Canon Powershot A610 and the Nikon D80 support. More ...

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 also supports a 320 x 240 pixels video resolution.

The video resolution is the size of the image that the camera can record in video mode. It is measured in pixels where the first value is the number of horizontal pixels and the second value is the number of vertical pixels.

A higher video resolution will be noticeable when playing back videos on HD televisions. The video will appear sharper and more life like. Recording video at a higher resolution will fill your memory card more quickly though.

10% Smaller Internal Memory

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is a 29 internal memory digital camera. That's 3MB smaller than the Canon Powershot A610 (32MB) and 21MB bigger than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 (8MB). More ...

Internal memory is the amount of digital storage built into the camera.

The bigger the internal memory of the camera, the more photos can be stored at one time, without having to resort to an external SD card.

Does Not Have an HDMI

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 does not have an HDMI (As do the the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and the Nikon D80), whereas the Canon Powershot A610 and the Polaroid IE826 do. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

Only 200 Battery Life

The number of battery life on the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is 200, and so does the Kodak Pixpro FZ53, but the Canon Powershot A610 only takes 350 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Nikon D80. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Does Not Support Wi-Fi

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 does not support Wi-Fi (As does the the Kodak Pixpro FZ53), but the Canon Powershot A610, the Nikon D80 and the Polaroid IE826 do. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has received a Kagoo Score of 83, however the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 scored 85 and the Polaroid IE826 scored 84.

More Expensive by $9

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is $6 more expensive than the Canon Powershot A610 and $9 more expensive than the Polaroid IE826.

Less Retailers

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is only stocked by 3 sellers, whereas the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is stocked by 4 stores. More ...

Fewer numbers of sellers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product and also reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock.
Older by Over Five Years

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 is five years older than the Kodak Pixpro FZ53 and two years older than the Nikon D80.

User Review Rating is Much Worse

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800's average user score is 81%, however the Canon Powershot A610's is 90% (based on 10 reviews), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53's is 88% (based on 95 reviews), the Nikon D80's is 93% (based on 6 reviews) and the Polaroid IE826's is 86% (based on 262 reviews).

Overall Review Rating is Much Worse

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800's average overall score is 81%, however the Canon Powershot A610's is 85% (based on 27 reviews), the Kodak Pixpro FZ53's is 88% (based on 96 reviews), the Nikon D80's is 91% (based on 85 reviews) and the Polaroid IE826's is 86% (based on 263 reviews).

Worse Brand

Sony digital cameras have an average rating of only 88.1%, whereas Canon has an average rating of 95% and Nikon has an average rating of 90.2%.

Has a Worse Price

On average reviewers thought the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 has a worse price.

A Worse Size

On average reviewers thought the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 was a worse size.

Harder to Use

On average reviewers thought the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 was harder to use.

Took Good Quality Pictures

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 reviewers thought the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 took good quality pictures.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Cyber-shot DSC-W800 in the US is $35.00 and in total we found 3 prices for it.

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