Buying a new television is not a decision to be made lightly. There are so many makes and models that even the most careful, selective buyer can have a hard time deciding which features are necessary, and which ones are merely frivolous. Fortunately, many features can be categorized and quantified to help determine which model is right for you. Then, once you’ve narrowed down your list of possible purchases, you can visit a local big box retailer and research the one feature that is harder to quantify: picture quality. TV picture quality is a very subjective measurement, and can only be assessed in the eye of the beholder.

However, there are many other factors that can be considered well in advance of ever stepping foot in a retailer.

Before you ever step foot in an electronics store, it pays to know exactly what you’re looking for in a digital camera. Otherwise, you’re likely to leave the store empty-handed – or, even worse, having selected a camera entirely unsuited to your needs.

However, you can avoid this situation by first determining what kind of a
camera user you are, in addition to researching the various features and specs
of a variety of digital cameras.