Who said camera shopping was fun?
I absolutely despised trying to find a decent camera and I would always come home with one that had thirty-thousand options I had no use for. So, I decided to do a bit of research. Not only did I come up with a buying guide so you can decide which camera is best for you, I actually began to have so much fun that I took it a step further! I wanted to see which cameras were the absolute top cameras on the market today. So, you can click any of the following links to see the Top Rated Cameras on Amazon or just keep reading if you're not 100% sure about what type of camera to buy. Enjoy!
The bottom line is... we have our advanced cameras and we have our simple cameras. Once you decide which one of those you need, the rest is cake. Yeah... not really. You've still got to decide between all of these:
When you've finally made that decision, you can then move on to what brand you want: Sony, Canon, Nikon, Kodak, Olympus and more! The point is, there's a lot to think about when buying a camera. So, I've done my research and I am going to make this super simple for you guys!
Point & Shoot: These are basically designed to do just that... point and shoot. While they are fantastic cameras, you won't find anything super-special about them and your friends probably won't be going "ooooooo-ahhhhhhh" when you pull it out of your pocket or purse. With that said, you'll be pleasantly surprised with the quality of photos taken with a point and shoot camera. Since they are designed to quickly snap that one photo you've been waiting your whole life to capture, the quality of such photos are remarkable! So, if you want a simple, smaller, light-weight camera that takes great photos, this one will work for you. Now, if you're looking to capture a crisp, clear shot of that bear on the other end of the forest, you might want to consider a more capable camera like a SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera
SLR Cameras: These can get pretty costly. So, if you're on a strict camera budget, you may want to do some bargain hunting. SLR Cameras are pretty heavy and much larger than your point and shoot camera. After all, it has to hold all those extra options, right? ♥ That was a joke ♥. You will, however, need to keep track of those extra lenses. SLR Cameras have interchangeable lenses which is fantastic for those of us looking for more options. Speaking of interchangeable lenses, let's move on to Mirrorless Cameras...
Mirrorless Cameras: These also have the capability to use interchangeable lenses. However, they're not quite as large and heavy as your SLR cameras. Now, if you prefer to shoot in raw (you choose how the camera processes your image), you're going to love mirrorless cameras. These cameras area also fantastic for enhanced photos due to their large sensors. They can get pretty expensive as well so choose wisely (or check out my Top Rated Mirrorless Cameras On Amazon)
Hopefully you're feeling a bit more confident about the type of camera you need. So, now I'm really gonna make your day...
Click any of the following links to see the Top Rated Cameras on Amazon right now. Enjoy!
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