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Compact point-and-shoot cameras are great for the hobbyist

Although you might be sacrificing a little quality for the convenience of using them, a compact point-and-shoot camera can still do a great job. They’re universally much cheaper than a dSLR and are a great choice if you want to pick up photography as a fun new hobby. And like a smartphone, many point-and-shoots are compact enough that you can put it in your pocket and take it with you everywhere.

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