At Snapsort (where I work) we've been hard at work for the last few months on an improved version of our camera comparison and recommendation engine. Last night we flipped the switch and put the new site live!
Compared to the mini-release we did six months ago, there is a lot of new stuff to see in this version.
- If you know the features you want you can find the best cameras with those features. For example: the best 1080p, 30fps digital cameras for under $500, or DSLRs with amazing low-light performance.
- If you have a budget in mind but don't care to do in-depth research, you can use our just tell me what to buy! feature. e.g. What camera should I buy for $200 or less?
- We've added a huge amount of education about the world of photogrpahy, and the features and parts of cameras. This education is particularly interesting since it runs live off our system and always references the latest and best cameras when discussion a feature. e.g. Learn about camera pixel size, and what models have the largest pixels right now.
- Of course, you can still compare any two cameras, but now on many more dimensions and in more detail than before.
One last neat thing: you can embed a summary of any of our comparisons in your own blog or website. For instance, I'm interested in the new Sony mirrorless cameras, so I'll embed the summary right here:
Lots more cool stuff yet to come, but it's nice to be live with this new version.