If you are looking for the best camera for 100 dollars, you don’t have to worry about a lack of options as there are many manufacturers who are coming out with premium products at really competitive rates. There are many manufacturers who are also taking the re-furbishing rate, coming out with re-furbished sets which include the best features at the least possible price. Let us look at some of the best options for cameras within this price range.
Kodak PIXPRO Friendly Zoom FZ43
Kodak has again surpassed itself by coming out with the PIXPRO. It is definitely one of the more compact options available out there and comes with a 16.15-megapixel camera with a 1/ 2.3-inch CCD sensor. It has an impressive ISO range for its size and price with starting from 80 going on till 1600. It has an in-built flash feature ranging from auto flash, Red-eye reduction, no flash, Forced Flash and Slow Synchro. It has a 120 photos battery life and weighs about 125 grams, making it an easy-to-fit into your pocket.
Polaroid Snap Instant
This is a decent addition from Polaroid, especially if you are looking for the best camera for 100 dollars. It comes with astute aesthetic sensibility along with a compact look. It has a 10-megapixel camera with a 1/ 3.2-inch CMOS sensor. It has a slightly low ISO range, coming in from 50 till about 200 and has a battery life of about 200 photos.
HTC RE Digital Camera
This is a water-proof camera by HTC and comes with a 16-megapixel camera with a 1/ 2.3-inch Sony CMOS sensor. What you will be most happy with is its ISO range which can be matched by many DSLR’s. It has an ISO range extending upto 12800 with low noise and an exposure range that allows you to be sensitive to all kinds of light. It has added features such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 5-pin micro-USB, MicroSD card slot and a Tripod Hole. It has a battery life of about 1200 photos and weights almost 70 grams.
If you are looking to start with basics of photography, any of these cameras would be an ideal choice. They offer you the kind of basic features that would help you understand the nuances of photography in order to successfully transition into a more advanced camera, like a DSLR. As these are all examples of cameras that come under the range of 100 dollars, they will not be a big pinch on your pocket. A decision you will not regret!