How do I buy a very good digital camera to suits purpose in Nigeria?
Buying gadgets as sophisticated as digital camera in Nigeria can be technical at times, first you will have to deal with these as highlighted below :
- Should I buy belgum or new one?
- What brand is better or more suitable?
- To who should are buy from?
- Are what am buying original or they refurbished?
After dealing with all that then you will need to answer these 5 question correctly to make the best choice.
First determine the purpose, the exact reasons why you want to buy your new gadget,
- Do you want camera for Vlogging
- For commercial photography?
- For documentary purposes?
Determine your reasons and pick the best camera that suites the purpose.
More Pixels Means Clearer
In the digital camera word, ascertaining pixel sizes before buying guarantees value for money, the higher the pixel of camera the clearer the productions usually are.
Keep In Mind Extras
Keep in mind as you look at cameras that the price quoted may not be the final outlay that you need to make as there are a variety of other extras that you might want (or need) to fork out for including:
- Camera Case
- Memory Cards
- Spare Batteries/Recharger
- Lenses (if you are getting a DSLR)
- Filters (and other lens attachments)
- External Flashes
Some retailers will bundle such extras with cameras or will at least give a discount when buying more than one item at once. Keep in mind though that what they offer in bundles might not meet you needs. For example it’s common to get a 16 or 32 megabyte memory card with cameras – however these days you’ll probably want something at least of 500 megabytes (if not a gigabyte or two).
Where to buy?
Finding where to buy good products this days is quite hard, taking into consideration that different brands and retailers have begin to force products down buyers neck
I will you recommend you stick with www.productfix.org for your products
Read Reviews Before You Buy
Before buying a digital camera take the time to do a little research. Don’t JUST rely upon the advice of the helpful sales person (who may or may not know anything about cameras and who may or may not have sales incentives for the camera they are recommending).
Read some reviews in digital camera magazines or online to help you narrow down the field. There are some great websites around that give expert and user reviews on virtually every camera on the market – use this wonderful and free resource.