New Kodak PixPro Astro Zoom AZ651. Image: yournewsticker.com
Prosumer camera can compete with mirrorless cameras and
digital SLR cameras, especially in terms of price and ease of use. Prosumer
camera as a bridge to a DSLR camera is very comfortable to use, especially when
a long holiday, where you do not need to carry an extra lens.
We know Prosumer
camera has been equipped with a superzoom lens, so you cannot be bothered to
change the lens.
The lenses are attached so you won't be able to switch them
like you could on a DSLR, but these lenses offer more than 18 times the zoom
capabilities offered by compact cameras. And these cameras still give you the
ability to adjust the aperture, f-stop and ISO settings.
Prosumer camera or also referred to as bridge cameras are a
perfect middle point between DSLR cameras and point-and-shoot cameras. They are
similar in size and weight to DSLR devices and won't fit in your pocket, but
these cameras offer an alternative to purchasing a DSLR camera and spending
hundreds of dollars on a new lens.
There are superzoom
bridge cameras have been announced at this year's CES show in Las Vegas such as
Samsung's dual-gripWB2200F(60x), Fujifilm's weather
resistantFinePix S1(50x),Panasonic Lumix LZ40(42x), Polaroid iE5036W(50x), or Nikon L830(34x).
Kodak PixPro Astro Zoom AZ651 is a new superzoom camera
boasting 65x optical zoom.