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Want a bet that someone with a similar IP address to Emily will post a link to a camera which will exactly match her demanding technical specifications, including the too-good-to-be-true low price of 12M pixels for under £100.
As Doc Beaver said, 12mp really isn't necessary for typical photography. Also the digital zoom is not a good idea. These zooms only reduce the number of pixels in your photo and stretch it back to size. In effect, a 12mp shot at 2x zoom will result in a 6mp shot. Always opt for optical zoom to maintain picture quality. Also choose a camera with an optical or electronic viewfinder. They are far better than digital screen finders.
Eee gads, yes I remember the old Mamya, Yashica, Broinca and so on. I had a Kodak TLR many moons ago.
There are two main types of polarisation: linear polarisation (which is what you get with sunglasses), and circular polarisation...If you have auto focus on your camera -- and I'm pretty sure all modern cameras do -- then you need to get a circular polarising filter if you want to keep the ability to auto focus whilst using the polarising filter. A linear polarising filter stops auto focus from working properly.
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