snapshooter

snap·shoot

 (snăp′sho͞ot′)
tr.v. snap·shot (-shŏt′), snap·shoot·ing, snap·shoots
To take a snapshot of.

snap′shoot′er n.

snapshooter

(ˈsnæpˌʃuːtə)
n
a person who takes snapshots with a camera
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The result of these new materials and methods is an overabundance of multiple shots for a single take, plugged-in instant uploading of photos to vast storage areas, and a horizon soon crossed over to the point where editing and cataloging are beyond the average snapshooter's reach.
Olympus's 7-megapixel modelsl The SP-320 and the SP-310 cater to that snapshooter who wants a camera with more manual options than are offered by entry-level point-and-shoot models.
In another example, Kodak Australasia (with the help of The DPV Group) deeply explored consumer behavior, and identified underdeveloped usage in the largest segment (Snapshooter).
The most important for mass market retailers is the casual snapshooter who, up to now, would buy a 35 mm or Advanced Photo System (APS) point-and-shoot camera for $150.
It was a Thursday morning, and being the semestral break, the UP Diliman campus was nearly deserted, save for a small crowd of curiosity seekers and selfie snapshooters who had gathered in front of the UP Theater to see what the fuss was all about.
The Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V is the suitable compact camera both for enthusiasts and snapshooters.
According to a February 2006 report from CNET, "it's premature to start talking about a wireless revolution in digital imaging." Based on the handful of available Wi-Fi cameras, "it looks as if there'll be a generation or two of refinement--in both the interface and the features--before we can comfortably recommend them to consumer snapshooters," the report adds.
The top photo-editing computer programs provide professional photographers and amateur snapshooters alike with powerful tools for improving their images.
But today I'm talking to birthday party and vacation snapshooters.
The ad takes a humorous look at a family on vacation to communicate that digital snapshooters can take up to 650 pictures using Energizer e2 Lithium.
The article cautions, however, that hidden costs of transmitting photos may make cameraphones unappealing for large-scale snapshooters.
"We're providing a powerful means for snapshooters and photo enthusiasts to unleash their creativity through the dramatic effects of black-and-white still images.