|35mm Lens Equiv
||The number of different lens intensities the Digital Camera possesses. The greater the number of different intensities which can be configured on the camera lens, the greater flexibility will be offered to the camera's owner.
||The manufacturer of the Digital Camera
||The number of pixels from which images produced by the Digital Camera are composed.
||The size of the devices which stores digital images.
||The minimum distance at which you can take a clear picture with the Digital Camera.
||The range and power of the Digital Camera's digital zoom facility.
||The ability of the Digital Camera to focus automatically.
||Image Resolution is a measure, in pixels, of the clarity of image produced by the Digital Camera. The higher the res, the sharper the image.
||The total width of the Digital Camera's lens, and thus the total amount of light the lens is capable of absorbing at any one time.
|Lens focal length
||This denotes the total focal length of the Digital Camera's lens.
||The individual model name and number of the Digital Camera
||The resolution at which digital images are recorded by the Digital Camera - higher resolution generally equates to a clearer and sharper image.
||The highest and lowest speeds available on the shutters of this model. These are generally proportional to the amount of light allowed into the camera.
||The version of the storage facility with which this digital camera lodges images.
||Whether or not the Digital Camera is compatible with a TV/home cinema unit.
||The total weight of the Digital Camera, measured in grams (100g=0.22lb)