Understanding indoor shooting
Before you purchase a good digital camera for indoor shooting, you should better understand the importance of indoor shooting and how it is more difficult than outdoors. The best digital cameras are also considered intelligent as they understand the lighting conditions of any specific room. Experts say that digital cameras have naturally dim light settings as you need to be very careful as to what type of camera you are using for indoor shooting. Many digital cameras have problems with natural room lighting as you need to take care of many aspects before you actually buy any.
Finding ISO number for camera
Finding ISO number is very important for the camera as it will give you a good idea of the camera’s sensitivity to light. You can find this number in the specification sheet which usually is provided by the camera's manufacturer.
Looking for image stabilisation
You should also look for and examine the image stabilisation functions of the digital camera. It will enhance the camera lighting when you will be shooting indoors.
Camera with manual control
If you need to choose a digital camera with the best indoor shooting options, you need to choose a camera with manual controls.
Get a camera with a decent sized CCD
A charge-coupled device will produce better quality images. You should always avoid CMOS cameras as their picture quality is low for shooting indoors.