Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps with words from the box, then press "Check" to check your answers.
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You don't need the camera to take good-quality photographs. And you don't have to be a highly-skilled photographer either. Some of the compact "point and shoot" models take and exposure decisions out of your hands so that you can concentrate on getting shot you can.
Compact cameras span than most other photographic products. The ones sell for less than $50; go for $700. Naturally, the camera's abilities vary accordingly. The ones have a fixed exposure and focus. The models automatically adjust both.
For the "weekend photographer" models may be good enough. They are and usually the . However, some of the models fail to produce the images. The best thing to do before buying is to check a consumer magazine for ratings of popular cameras.