Good grief, it seems like only a couple of days ago that I was waffling on about the Smartphone showdown at PhoneRocket.com, and now I hear that a new camera comparison site at CameraRocket.com went live earlier today.
The purpose of CameraRocket.com is to make it easier to look up real-life performance of cameras using benchmark data from around the web -- as well as read up on camera specs and what people are saying in reviews -- all in one central place.
The idea is to give users a preview of how a camera will operate once they have it in their hands, plus make it less time-consuming to find the "right camera" that fits their needs. Here's a quick recap of CameraRocket's features:
- Allows you to compare performance of cameras head to head
- Helps you to understand the real life performance of cameras using benchmarks and specs
- Let's you see what people are saying about the camera from reviews collected from around the internet
- Facilitates your searching for cameras by specific criteria (e.g., DxoMark Sensor Score, battery life, image quality in low light, etc.)
So, if you are in the market for a new digital camera, why not bounce over to CameraRocket.com
to see what you think, and then come back here to share your experiences with the rest of us.
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