There’s probably no worse feeling than getting someone a brand new camera, watching them open the box, then fumble around with no idea how to work the stupid thing. Ease of use isn’t guaranteed, even among affordable point-and-shoots.
Cameras designers are always trying to simplify the user experience, with "smart" auto modes, green buttons, and in-camera guides. Here are some of the most intuitive, easy-to-use cameras that we've come across lately.
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