Panasonic TZ5 Canon SX110 IS Ricoh R10
3 – Ricoh R10

If you’re looking for the best pocket zoom digital camera of 2008, then have a look at our Top 5 Pocket Zoom Digital cameras listed here – with numerous cameras to choose from you can find a unique camera for you – whether you’re looking for a wide angle lens, high resolution, manual controls, optical image stabilisation or large screen. You get great image quality from these stylish pocket cameras and they would make an excellent choice for yourself or as a christmas gift. Click here for full details.

The Top 5 Pocket Zoom Digital Cameras of 2008:

1 – The Panasonic Lumix TZ5 – available for £180 – this 9 megapixel camera features a wide angle 10x optical zoom with image stabilisation, a 3″ LCD screen, HD video recording with zoom, and a stylish metal body. It’s packed with features and will fit in your pocket.

2 – The Canon Powershot SX110 IS – available for £165 – this 9mp camera features a 10x optical zoom lens, image stabilisation, it takes great photos and is available in silver and black. It also has manual controls, and VGA video recording.

3 – The Ricoh R10 – available for £185 – is still one of the smallest cameras with a wide angle 7.1x optical zoom lens, 3″ screen, and image stabilisation.

4 – The Canon Powershot A2000 IS – available for £151 – this 10 megapixel camera is compact, offers a 6x optical zoom lens with optical image stabilisation, a large 3″ screen, and can take great photos.

5 – The Panasonic Lumix FZ28 – available for £229 – replaces the excellent FZ18 – and whilst a bit bulkier than the other cameras – offers an impressive 10.1MP sensor, wide angle 18x Optical Zoom lens with image stabilisation and a 2.7″ LCD screen.

If you’re looking for more of the best digital cameras, then have a look at our Top 5 Compact Cameras of 2008, our Top 5 Budget Cameras of 2008, our Top Cameras Reviewed, or have a look at all of our reviews – you’ll find prices, specifications and recommended cameras.

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