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Compact Digital Cameras

For all of your Point-and-Shoot needs, Ted’s sell compact digital cameras of all shapes, sizes and specifications including waterproof cameras and others with manual controls, small digital cameras and Big-Zoom compacts. Here you will find Canon Digital cameras including Ixus and Powershot, Panasonic Lumix compacts, Pentax Optio, Nikon Coolpix, Leica, Fuji Finepix, Olympus Compacts and Sony Cybershot

  1. Samsung Galaxy S4

    Why sacrifice image quality just because you don't want to carry around a camera as well as your smartphone, when you can simply carry a camera that IS a smartphone!

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom gives you the exerience you love from the Samsung Galaxy range, running the Android operating system on a big 4.3" touch screen, with 4G connectivity for calls, text, and data. On the back we find the 10x Image Stabilized Optical zoom lens joined up to a 16 Megapixel CMOS type image sensor to provide compact camera image quality without compromising on convenience or portability.

    Talk, text, snap and share, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is the perfect companion.

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    $379.95

  2. Samsung Galaxy GC100

    The Samsung Galaxy EK-GC100 Smart Camera is a brilliant combination of connectivity, android intuit and photographic excellence. The Samsung GALAXY camera runs on the Jellybean Android platform, which users generally find very easy to use. It allows you to shoot, edit photos and video and thanks to the 4G network coverage you can also upload and email your pictures to just about anywhere. Don’t let the system fool you though; this isn’t a phone camera, but powerful photographic tool which includes a stunning 21x optical zoom lens, a 16 Megapixel Sensor and plenty of shooting options to make sure you take the best picture possible. This includes scene modes and manual shooting options, so you can take full control over the shot.

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    $449.95

Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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