Pocket Cameras For Beginners To Capture Like Pro
Post by Uzma Kidwai | Jan 25, 2017
Are you the one who is fond of photography and capture instantly what attracts you? Or are you going on an exotic vacation where you just want to enjoy hiking or traveling and have endless click at each and every picturesque view. But carrying a heavy weight DSLR everywhere and all the time is next to impossible.
Fortunately, technology has come to the rescue and now there’s a wide range of compact and easy to carry cameras that deliver better image quality and shoot performance. Compact cameras are ideal for people who want to step up and click without getting bogged about the details.
The question that comes to everybody’s mind when talking about cameras is why to choose compact over DSLR? The better the image quality, lenses and shutter feature, the higher the rates. Ofcourse, every one of us cannot afford expensive D-SLRs. The world of technology has blessed us with little cameras, not with the same image quality but almost equal. Then why to burn your pockets in an expensive camera, when you can own an easy lightweight pocket camera?
There are lots of ways to think through it - what do you want to use the camera for? And those who are new to photography and thinking about stepping up from a smartphone have some pretty sophisticated choices. Find out which one is best for you.
Panasonic Lumix TZ80It is the best do-it-all compact camera. Its built-in electronic viewfinder to rear helps you to view an image direct to the eye when sunlight makes rear screen tough to see. It has a 30x optical zoom lens, encompassing wide angles for group shots or zoom far away subjects to make them look large.
Canon PowerShot G7 X / G7 X IIStay inspired with Canon PowerShot. It combines exhilarating speed and performance with smart compact design and better image quality. It can be ideal for travel, events and anywhere. Touch sensitive and selfie-capable tilt-angle screen, alongside a 24-100mm f/1.8-2.8 equivalent lens.
Panasonic Lumix FZ330It is a weatherproof super zoom camera. Its wide-angle 24mm lens extends all the way through to a 600mm equivalent, all the while maintaining a maximum f/2.8 aperture.
Sony Cyber-shot RX100 IVThe RX100 took a 1"-type sensor and relatively fast zoom lens and put it into a body that can slip into your pocket. Fast continuous shooting, high frame rate video and support for 4k video recording.
Fujifilm X100TIf you’re looking for a best fixed lens camera then it is definitely for you. It has classic looks justified by the excellent image quality its 25mm equivalent f/2 lens could produce, that's a 35mm equivalent when paired with the APS-C sensor - is so crisp from f/4.0.
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