Choosing a digital camera
Everyone from a layperson to a professional photographer knows that camera technologies change quickly and can get pricey. If you’re looking for a starter camera with zoom or you are looking for an advanced camera that shoots movies in 1080p, SnapSort offers a comparison engine and a recommendation engine that starts with a slider where you select the price range you’re interested in, then takes you into the recommendation process.
To generate recommendations, you tell the site what features you want from the type of camera to the brand, shutter, storage and even image quality. In real time as you add features you want, it gives you the top recommendation on the left, then on the right lists the closest match with check marks next to what features you indicated you wanted and a red X next to features you wanted but that camera doesn’t have.
It’s super simple and super fast and after you’ve scrolled through recommendations and narrow it down to two, you can do a comparison of all features between those two (it goes really in depth at this point). SnapSort will make choosing a digital camera simple for any level of user and is made by the same company we shared with you today, GeekAPhone.com which compares smartphones.