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Welcome to the Compact Cameras, where you can buy a Compact Cameras at a very cheap price as we are focused on finding the very cheapest prices.

So the lowest prices online for a Compact Cameras are as follows:


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Nikon COOLPIX A10 16.1 MP Compact Digital Camera (Black) + Great Value Bundle

End Date: Friday Dec-15-2017 17:44:05 GMT
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Canon IXUS 185 Digital Camera Black

End Date: Sunday Dec-3-2017 10:46:47 GMT
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800 Digital Camera Black

End Date: Saturday Dec-9-2017 14:10:05 GMT
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Nikon COOLPIX A10 16.1 MP Compact Digital Camera + Top Accessory Bundle - Purple

End Date: Friday Dec-15-2017 19:09:50 GMT
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Rode VideoMic Go - On Camera Mic with Lyre Mount - Compact Microphone (RØDE)

End Date: Monday Dec-4-2017 15:52:42 GMT
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Praktica Luxmedia WP240 Waterproof Digital Compact Camera - Orange

End Date: Friday Dec-8-2017 13:53:12 GMT
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Praktica Luxmedia WP240 Waterproof Digital Compact Camera - Blue

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Nikon COOLPIX A10 16.1 MP Compact Digital Camera (Red) + Top Accessory Bundle

End Date: Friday Dec-15-2017 17:40:20 GMT
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7inch 3G 1080P HD Car SUV Bluetooth WIFI DVR Video Recorder Rearview Camera Kit

End Date: Friday Dec-8-2017 9:05:36 GMT
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Why Buy a Compact Cameras?

There are many reasons to buy a Compact Cameras online and one of the best is the low prices, online sellers have much lower costs and so can sell a Compact Cameras for a much lower price.

Other things that are nice to have but not essential include

  • One or more external flash units.
  • A sturdy tripod
  • A good circular polarizing filter.
  • Specialty lenses such as Macro, Fisheye or Telephoto


Smallest Dslr



Compact digital cameras are as popular as their grandparent compact film counterparts. And it’s easy to see why. Here’s a few pretty obvious reasons:

  • Compact design; no surprise there
  • Instant review of image taken
  • Good, often incredible zoom
  • Automatic, easy to use modes
  • Semi-auto modes
  • Manual modes
  • Incredible quality images

Whatever you do, do not underestimate the quality and control a modern digital compact can give.


Well, the market is awash with some outstanding high tech compact cameras; in truth there cannot be a definitive top ten in this ever evolving market. Nevertheless here’s our current, subjective, top ten.


OK this is just an opener; a real budget camera with good spec. Produced by Sony; heard of them?

The Sony DSCW800 is very compact, inexpensive with excellent spec. It has a 20 megapixel sensor with a most respectful 5x optical zoom. For the money it really is a snip! The W800 is extremely easy to use with very helpful ‘do it all for you’ settings.

Features include the incredible 360 degree panoramic mode … mind boggling Harry Potter stuff! Oh, nearly forgot, also comes in black.




It’s Panasonic, it’s a Lumix so rest assured it’ll be good. And so it is, a lovely sleek design, a most tactile sculpture of magnificence; well OK, bit over the top, but nevertheless this is a quality budget compact with high spec.

Sports a 16 megapixel quality sensor with a 12x optical zoom.

There’s no need to say much more. Check out the Panasonic range, you won’t be disappointed.




FUJI XP80 FinePix

Just as you were settling in to a comfort zone along came the Fuji XP80. It really is a minx, just telling you to get off your butt and get out there in extreme Bear Grylls’ territory.

The XP80 is waterproof down to 50ft, that’s a long way for you metric people. Furthermore its shock proof … BOO! Told you.

With 16 megapixels and a 5x wide optical zoom this is the camera for anyone who intends swimming with sharks. Personally I’d prefer a harpoon.

It’s also freeze-proof and dust-proof with Wi-Fi connection … surly a recipe for disaster!

Good every day camera, also great for lunatics.


There’s a clue in the title; yes this is one tough digital cookie. Bash it with sledge hammers, run a train over it, dynamite it! Yes, then it would probably break.

For your average suicidal mountaineer this rugged, sleek gem is an absolute must; it’ll take more abuse than a politician and still come up trumps, unlike most politicians.

16 megapixels with the ability to shoot jpeg and uncompressed RAW images – be careful, for most mortals everyday jpeg images are more than adequate. RAW images will require a RAW editor program.

Don’t be put off though, this is a highly reviewed Olympus classic.


Nikon Coolpix, translated, means assured quality. This isn’t cheap, nor expensive but it is that good. 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, 20x optical zoom with a bright clear 3” viewing screen.

This bad boy has a superb one button high definition video feature with an outrageous editing facility. It’s quality, it’s Nikon!

There’s more, it also comes in a gold finish! How good is that!



After much soul searching we have decided to include a Vivitar camera. Their cameras are cheap, cheap, and not of the highest quality; but they do fill a hole in the market. Maybe as a glove compartment accessory in the event of accident, or ideal for that school trip, you know the one where it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever see the camera again!

Twenty years ago Vivitar spec would have made them top of the range … not now.

Nevertheless there’s a lot of fun to be had with this 20 megapixel, 4x zoom wannabe.



And then along came Samsung! They certainly have stamped their mark with a range of superb high tech digital compact cameras.

The Samsung NX range really did raise the bar, the NX1000 reeks of quality; 20 megapixel CMOS sensor, quality zoom lens with, the luxury of Wi-Fi connectivity.

It really is a great little camera, quality optics for crystal clear results and an abundance of useful features.

Samsung, always pushing ever nearer to perfection.


To be honest this is a little tongue in cheek offering; The Leica C range would hardly be described by most of us as a budget camera. Although it depends upon ‘one’s circumstances’; you may consider anything under a £1,000 a snip. In which case this sleek, beautifully finished classic is your ideal budget camera. The rest of us can only dream.

The overall specifications of this jewel are not actually that impressive on paper; however once you’ve handle the Leica you’ll begin to understand its appeal and price tag. And of course Leica have such a huge reputation for their quality optics; expect Formula 1 performance!


Panasonic could make up its own top ten to compete with virtually with any camera manufacturer in the world. This one is from their DMC Lumix range, the TZ60EB-K, another memorable title. This is nn upgrade on the preciously listed Lumix DMC-SZ8

The TZ60 has a 30x optical zoom with a 24 mm ultra-wide angle Leica DC Lens. Supported by a fabulous 18.1 MP high-sensitivity sensor.

It’s shoot in RAW, has a superb image stabilisation system, Wi-Fi and NFC sharing devices etc. etc.



Well we started with a quality budget Sony and so we end with this, the more up-market Sony DSCHX50. This is a compact toy for the boys! Here’s a brief mind-boggling description of some of its features:

  • 30x optical zoom
  • 20.4 Exmor R CMOS sensor with BIONZ processor
  • Full auto and manual modes
  • A multi interface hot shoe for addition of flash or microphone
  • Wi-Fi built in



Best Dslr


There are many brands of the Digital Single Lens Reflex camera out there, which makes it a bit of a challenge when trying to choose a digital camera. Let’s take a look at some of the best DSLR camera brands you can find on the market today. When it comes to the ISO of a DSLR camera, in order for you to have more light, you need to have a lower ISO number. To get the most from a cheap DSLR camera, always keep the ISO in mind, which means the brighter the environment, the lower the ISO number.

We have specific pages for the different types of Compact Cameras that you can buy online: