Digital cameras are expensive so I guess you need to make a wise choice of digital camera without wasting your hard earned money. The first thing to consider before you do any thing else is think about what are your uses and how you are going to use your new digital camera. There are people who just want to point n’ click camera that produces reasonable digital photographs. Those who are hobbyists want to get little creative at times. Perhaps a few close ups, the odd clever slow motion night shot and so on. Then there are those who want a digital camera that delivers top quality photographs. They want a fast operating camera that also adaptable.
Digital camera manufacturers use pixel count in the same way car manufacturer's use 0-60 mph speed times. The car that goes from 0-60 in 9 second must be better that the car that takes 10 seconds, right? Where I live the traffic is so bad I'm never going to notice the difference any way. When choosing a latest digital camera don't get caught up in the race to get even more pixels, it will cost you more money, and you are unlikely to even notice a difference. So what I mean is check its proper configuration.
If you have more money to spend then there is no problem. But, if you have some of money in mind for the purchase of your digital camera try to stick to it. When shopping for a digital camera do give style some consideration. If you don't like the look of a certain camera and wouldn't dare to take it out in public, then don't buy it. Better to have a camera you are happy to use than one that sits on the shelf at home. At least that way you will get some photographs! Size also matter because if it is big one then it will be difficult to carry. Explore different brands and you will get to know more about digital camera and their feature functionality and other accessories. They are coming also in different color.