So you’ve been shopping for a new camera, but you’re not sure what one you want. Sure, you’ve looked at megapixels, sensor size, and shutter speed until your eyes bleed. But don’t you wish there was an easy way to compare two cameras? Some easy way to look at the nuts and bolts of a couple of cameras to help you make your final decision? Enter Snapsort, a new website designed to allow you to not just compare technical features, but compare them in a way that makes sense to the normal person.
I like the Snapsort site because it has enough technical information to satisfy an enthusiast like me, but it also provides information in layman’s terms, and makes it easy to understand. You can look at pretty much all levels of camera, from low end point and shoots to high end DSLRs. The comparison is easy to read, easy to understand, and laid out very well. There’s even an area for comments, but they appear to be more about spam then intelligent discourse. Regardless of the comments, it’s definitely worth your while to check out Snapsort if you’re shopping for a new camera.