Photography is almost everyone’s hobby. Whether you are a layman or a pro, choosing a camera that fits your needs can be hell of a task, and if you are into professional photography this gets even more worse. And with plenty of options available in the market, it is only going to add to your woes.
So in an endeavor to get you out of this vicious loop, here is a list of Best Cameras for Photography Enthusiasts with their pros & cons.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS30
Pros- Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS30 offers excellent pictures and videos, fast shooting performance, Wi-Fi to connect with smartphones for easy sharing, 20x zoom, a 3-inch touch screen, and a number of other features at a very reasonable price.
Cons- Battery life can be short if you shoot more videos and do other things. Pictures have visible noise even at its lowest ISO. The Wi-fi and Power buttons are easy to accidentally press.
Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR
Pros- This camera is a megazoom camera manual controls, raw capture and direct access to settings. The picture quality and performance are excellent as well.
Cons- It takes some time to get used to this camera and learn its settings.
Sony Cybershot WX300
Pros- Sony Cybershot WX300 is currently the smallest and lightest camera with a 20x zoom. It gives excellent picture and video quality, equally excellent battery performance, Wi-Fi for easy sharing and a variety of auto shooting options. It gives fantastic low light results and takes pictures at 10 frames per second.
Cons- The screen is difficult to see in sunlight. It’s not easy to keep it steady when zooming due to its light weight.
Canon Powershot SX 160 IS
Pros- It has full manual settings and full auto shooting mode. It uses AA batteries which prove useful when travelling and it is pretty inexpensive.
Cons- This camera is not as fast as other cameras on this list. It doesn’t deliver quality pictures when ISO is over 400, and it eats through its AA batteries.
Nikon Coolpix L820
Pros- It has a 30x zoom, high resolution 3-inch LCD display, a backside illuminated CMOS sensor and uses AA batteries.
Cons- This camera isn’t good for indoor shoots and fast moving objects.
Sony Cybershot RX100 II
Pros- This camera is a package of fast performance, excellent picture quality and a brilliant design. It has a number of features, but has a compact body.
Cons- No manual macro mode and lacks a big zoom lens.
Sony Alpha NEX-F3
Pros- Sony Alpha NEX-F3 produces very nice pictures and is a feast performer. It supports interchangeable lenses which is an added advantage for photographers. It is reasonably priced and has an automated self-portrait feature.
Cons- The LCD screen is reflective in sunlight and the memory card slot is placed in a bad spot for tripod users.
Pros- It is one of the most inexpensive dSLR cameras and delivers fantastic pictures and an excellent performance.
Cons- It doesn’t have as many features as you’d like and the design may prove to be a turn-off.
Sony Alpha NEX-6
Pros- Alpha NEX-6 delivers ultra-fast performance and excellent quality pictures and videos with interchangeable lenses support. It doesn’t have a competitor in the market as of yet, and whoever wants to be prevented from the bulkiness of a dSLR but wants every feature and quality they have, should look no further.
Cons- It lacks the option to save groups of custom settings.
Canon EOS 60D
Pros- Canon EOS 60D is a great performer. It delivers excellent pictures and videos and is a fast performer, all at a good price.
Cons- The user interface is annoying.
Pros- A fluent shooting design and an excellent list of features make this a great camera for all occasions. It delivers excellent picture and video quality.
Cons- It lacks an autofocus motor.
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