Digital Camera HQ Releases “Worst Cameras of 2009” Article, Video
Five Cameras To Stay Away From, Whether Giving as a Gift, Buying for Yourself, or Receiving
Cambridge, MA (Vocus) November 25, 2009 -- Digital Camera HQ (http://www.DigitalCamera-HQ.com) has
released a timely article that will help digital camera buyers from making big mistakes: “The Worst Cameras of
2009.” The article and a link to a matching YouTube video are found at Digital Camera HQ’s home page.
Watch Out! Manufacturers and Stores are Selling These Cameras Aggressively!
Just as the 2009 Holiday Buying season heats up, Digital Camera HQ has some pertinent advice: Be wary of
heavily discounted cameras, because they may be terrible. Digital Camera HQ staff has found that some of the
five cameras listed in the “Worst Cameras of 2009” are being sold aggressively by well-known stores, both online
and offline. Make sure you don’t get swept up in enthusiasm for a deal and end up with a bad product!
Rigorous Testing and Comparisons
The five cameras chosen as the “Worst” were thoroughly tested, both in person and through extensive owner
input. “The owner input was particularly helpful in putting together the “Worst of 2009” article,” reports Liam
McCabe, Editor of Digital Camera HQ. “Very often owners reported problems that professional reviewers
Well-Known Camera Manufacturers Made the List
Five different camera manufacturers made the list, with each company responsible for one camera. Camera
shoppers will recognize every one of the brands: Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Fuji, and Kodak. “Very few camera
manufacturers are immune from the possibility of making bad products,” says McCabe. “While these five
companies are selling other excellent cameras this year, they didn’t bat a thousand. Consumers need to keep their
guard up as a result.”
Video Makes For Easy Learning
For consumers who prefer to watch a video over reading an article, Digital Camera HQ Editor McCabe shot a 3
minute video covering the