Today we released an update to Snapsort.com. It includes: prices for most cameras currently available for sale, links to buy those cameras, recently announced cameras, and a few small updates.
Snapsort.com now integrates pricing data from a few retailers, allowing us to do two things:
- Include current street prices in camera comparisons
- Give links to buy cameras at online retailers
For example, if you compare the Canon Rebel T1i to the Nikon D90 snapsort.com will tell you that the best price we’ve seen for the T1i is $146 less (as of today).
You can now click through to a page about any specific camera, so if you look at the page about the Rebel T1i you’ll see that we have pricing for the camera body only, and in kits, from a few different retailers!
- Canon Rebel T2i (vs. T1i)
- Nikon Coolpix P100 (vs. P90)
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 (vs. DMC-ZS3)
- Fujifilm Finepix F80EXR (vs. F70EXR)
As I mentioned above, snapsort.com now has individual camera pages – previously we had only comparison pages.
These pages are fairly bare bones at this point, and we’ll be filling them out over time. They include a brief overview of the camera, specifications, prices, and competitors.
We’ve made a few other small improvements.
Camera comparisons now include a few more features in the differences and similarities section: widest aperture, RAW shooting capability, price and annnounced date.
For example, if you compare the Panasonic DMC-ZS3 to the Canon S90 you’ll see that Snapsort points out that the S90 has a wider aperture (f/2 vs f/3.3) which lets in 1.4 f-stops more light!
Other small improvements include a couple bug fixes and image improvements pointed out by users at our support community.
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