Top 10 Digital Cameras

At BT Shop, we understand that different users will want different features in a camera. We also know that budgets vary which is why we’ve chosen a mixture of cameras that offer the best value for money. So if you’re on the lookout for a new digital camera, here are our top 10 picks. We’ve listed the pros and cons of each so you can make the most informed decision for your needs.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200

Panasonic Lumis DMC-FZ200
Panasonic Lumix,

With a bright f/2.8 aperture and a huge 24x zoom range, this compact digital camera is a great purchase for all budding photographers. For up close and personal shots, the zoom can also be extended to the 48x Intelligent Zoom which enlarges the subject without losing any of the crisp detail you want to capture.

Pros: f/2.8 aperture, bright zoom, easy to use, excellent image quality

Cons: no eye sensor, electronic viewfinder fairly small

Veho Muvi K-Series

Veho Muvi K1
Veho Muvi K-Series,

Ideal for those with an interest in photography and videography, the Veho Muvi K-Series records video in high definition 1080p at 30fps. It can also be used for capturing still at 8, 12 or 16 megapixel and comes with a photo burst mode feature allowing you to take up to 10 photos in one second – handy if you need to capture a full-action shot.

Pros: good Wi-Fi reach (200m), excellent image quality

Cons: Wi-Fi function can be slow to work

Olympus E-P5 PEN Camera

Olympus E-P5 PEN Camera
Olympus E-P5 PEN Camera,

Capable of shooting with the same quality as a DSLR camera, take advantage of the ultra-focus autofocus and 1/8000s mechanical shutter speed to capture precision perfect shots – whatever the lighting conditions. The E-P5 also offers excellent wireless connectivity to instantly share your images with friends.

Pros: 1/8000 second shutter speed, in-built Wi-Fi capability, lots of filters

Cons: limited remote shooting, no built-in viewfinder

Canon Powershot SX270 HS

Canon Powershot SX280-HS
Canon Powershot SX280-HS,

Boasting a powerful 20x zoom, you can get up close to the action with stills and full HD movies when you buy the Canon Powershot SX270 HS. With in-built Intelligent IS, your on-the-move images and footage won’t show any signs of shaking, leaving them sharp and detailed whether you’re shooting in low light or using full zoom.

Pros: Wi-Fi and GPS, 20x optical zoom

Cons: no touchscreen, no raw shooting

Canon EOS 700D – DSLR

Canon EOS 700D
Canon EOS 700D,

For serious photographers, you can’t go wrong with the Canon EOS 700D DSLR. Enjoy stunning clarity and precision perfect shots with the 18 megapixel sensor, and full HD video at 1080p resolution. The autofocus feature allows you to track moving objects for continuous shooting so you always get that perfect shot.

Pros: lightweight, touchscreen, good quality video

Cons: limited buffer for action shooting


Sony DSC-WX220

Sony DSC-WX220
Sony DSC-WX220,


With built-in Wi-Fi, you can snap and share your photos instantly. The 10x optical zoom and 18.2 megapixel sensor allows you to capture images in crisp detail – even in low light.

Pros: Wi-Fi capability, 10x zoom, compact camera

Cons: no thumb rest


HP AC-150 Action Camera

HP AC-150
HP AC-150 Action Camera,

Whether you want to get in on the action or record it from the side lines, the HP AC-150 offers full HD 1080p video recording for capturing footage in detail. Shockproof and waterproof, it’s ideal for taking along on your adventures.

Pros: easy to mount, waterproof, shockproof

Cons: no Wi-Fi connectivity, no face detection mode

Sony Compact Digital Camera

Sony Compact Digital Camera
Sony Compact Digital Camera,

This compact camera is the ideal companion on your travels. With 5x optical zoom, you can capture faraway objects in glorious detail or take advantage of the full HD video recording capabilities for crisp and clear footage. The Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation counteracts shaking for blur-free images.

Pros: Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation, beauty effects for adjusting photos

Cons: restricted zoom range, average low light image quality

Samsung SMART Camera WB250F

Samsung SMART Camera WB250F
Samsung SMART Camera WB250F,

With built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, the WB250F Samsung SMART camera boasts an impressive 18x optical zoom for intricately detailed shots that you’ll want to share with all of your friends.

Pros: easy to use, instant images

Cons: film can be slow to develop, no autofocus

Fuji Instax Mini 8

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8
Fujifilm Instax Mini 8,

For fun, instant prints, you can’t go wrong with the Fuji Instax Mini 8. With automatic brightness detection, this camera will shoot all objects in the best possible light so you can look forward to clear, high-quality images.

Pros: easy to use, instant images

Cons: film can be slow to develop, no autofocus

Whatever your needs, we’ve got a digital camera to suit you. Browse the full range now at BT Shop.

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