Digital camera comes with both pros and cons. Mentioned below are some of them.
- The resolution of a point-and-shoot camera, that can be 12 to 20 shots, is a large enough resolution for large prints.
- A digital camera is usually lighter weight compared to a movie camera.
- Memory cards are miniature so that they do not demand much storage area. 1 memory card can store more pictures than a dozen rolls of film.
- The pictures in the digital camera may be looked at instantly.
- You’re able to edit your pictures right on the camera on a PC with picture applications.
- You may opt to print just the pictures that you like best.
- Most cameras provide you built-in filters.
- There’s instant satisfaction using a digital camera. This may be a benefit or a drawback, depending upon your view.
- Digital photography generally needs computer skills to edit and manage pictures.
- The first cost to get a digital camera is generally greater than for a similar film camera.
- Digital images readily eliminate detail in blacks and whites.
- Some digital cameras are tough to focus.
- Digital pictures are somewhat less subtle than picture images.
- Digital cameras eventually become obsolete much quicker than film cameras.
- The electronic storage may be dropped; copies are unquestionably needed.
- Most digital cameras do a weaker job specializing in low light than film cameras.
- Digital cameras have become larger consumers of batteries compared to film cameras. Digital photographers will need to keep extra batteries on hand to guarantee the camera remains billed.