Advice on picking out a camera

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Advice on picking out a camera

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I really want to do a folio for ishotmyself.com
I know nothing of cameras or photography. Biggest concern is my hands shake. A friend suggested something with a remote. would b perfect! also has to be technically quality pictures for them to accept. my budget is only $200

please help
07/25/2012
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I really want to do a folio for ishotmyself.com
I know nothing of cameras or photography. Biggest concern is my hands shake. A friend suggested something with a remote. would b perfect! also has to be technically quality pictures for them to ...
Most point-and-shoots don't have remote capability, but many have built in timers and are capable of shooting anywhere from 3-15 frames automatically.

Try using SnapSort to find a camera that does what you need it to in your budget range. If you'll be holding the camera, look for one that has an image stabilizer to compensate for hand-shake. Otherwise, invest in an inexpensive tripod that will do the holding for you.

Also, read up on DPI before you make a final decision. Even low-cost point-and-shoots can produce "quality" images, however the optics (lenses) are more important than the number of megapixels.
07/25/2012
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