New digital gear encourages photographic freedom. Here's how to choose.
By Zachary Singer
Published April 1, 2004
Updated June 19, 2016
Digital Cameras are wonderful tools for visual expression. Their ability to review photos on the spot and erase unwanted images removes the pressure from the creative process, making it more successful and more fun, too. Worried whether you exposed correctly deep inside that canyon? Got enough depth of field for the flowers and the mountains? Just play back your image and see. If you goofed, that’s fine—just delete the image and shoot another one, for free. With cameras on the market whose performance rivals that of film, it’s no wonder that so many people are going digital.
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