This buyer's guide is going to go over a few entry level digital cameras with a brief analysis of each along with real-time pricing and links to a few online retailers. You will have to familiarize yourself with the basics of the digital still camera (DSC) world, but after that, this guide should be quite helpful. We will be focusing on what we call "entry level" digital cameras. This is not a very clearly definite category, but we have established some guidelines. We are choosing cameras which have a good brand reputation, generally sell for under $200 (with a few exceptions), and are easy to operate. The features of camera is going to depend on the manufacturer and price level, but they can all be considered "point-and-shoot" models, as opposed to being digital single-lens reflex cameras (DSLR). Read on over here.