Top 10 Best Digital Camera For Beginners 2016
Author: Web Scount / Release Date : 2016-11-03 20:48:33
Author: Web Scount / Release Date : 2016-11-03 20:48:33
Buying your first DSLR is a fun time in your life, but it can also be confusing and frustrating. The confusing and frustrating part begins when you first decide to do some research online to find out which camera you should purchase. You find a sea of cameras and manufacturers vying for you attention. With these things said, let’s jump into our list of the Best Digital Camera For Beginners in 2016.
The Nikon Coolpix L340 Digital Camera has a superb 28x optical zoom telephoto lens with Vibration Reduction (VR). It gets you closer to the action for sharp 20.2-megapixel photos and steady 720p HD videos. Let Scene Auto Selector do the work, or use the simple menu system to select one of 16 Scene Modes.
Introducing a new level of AF performance and speed to today’s compact camera market. The RX100 V boasts the world’s fastest AF speed1 (0.05 sec.)2, world’s fastest continuous shooting1 speed (24fps)3 with world’s most AF points1 315 for a compact camera.
The PowerShot SX410 IS camera is packed with advanced Canon technologies that make it easy to capture your best images ever. The camera's powerful 40x Optical Zoom (24–960mm) and 24mm Wide-Angle lens gives you amazing versatility: you'll capture wide landscapes and zoom in for impressive close-ups you never thought possible – all with bright, clear quality thanks to Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer and Intelligent IS.
The LUMIX FZ70 takes your photography to the next level with blazing fast speeds of up to 5 fames per second (fps) AF or 2fps with continuous AF Tracking, keeping your subject in focus even while it moves. An even faster 3 frame burst at 9 fps helps lock in those fast moving, once in a lifetime moments.
Stay inspired with the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Wi-Fi Digital Camera. It features a high-performance 1.0-inch 20.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor as well as a bright f/1.8-2.8 lens to help capture impressive images. The new DIGIC 7 Image Processor immediately pays dividends with improved auto focus tracking, enhanced IS and superb image clarity even when shooting with a high ISO. Now you can get any angle with the 3.0" tiltable LCD touchscreen. Additional features: up to 8 fps continuous shooting in RAW, JPEG and RAW+JPEG modes, Full HD 1080p video, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC; 4.2x optical zoom lens.
Tough TG-4 takes all you can dish out and keeps shooting! Waterproof to depths of 50ft/15m, it’s perfect for snorkeling or battling the waves. TG-4’s robust construction is crushproof to 220lbf/100kgf, shockproof to 7ft/2.1m, and dustproof. And because TG-4 is freezeproof to 14°F/-10°C, even frigid conditions don’t faze it. From snowy slopes to coral reefs, this is the camera you can always keep with you.
PANASONIC LUMIX point-and-shoot digital cameras are known among camera enthusiasts for reliability and innovative features. The LUMIX ZS60 brings the legendary optical performance of a 30x (24-720mm) LEICA DC Lens to a highly portable point-and-shoot travel camera. Traditionalists will love the hands-on manual feel of a lens-mounted control ring and thumbwheel, plus the familiarity of an eye-level electronic viewfinder. The modern enthusiast will love the Wi-Fi mobile device controllability and next-generation flexibility that 4K video and 4K PHOTO modes bring to the creative experience.
First, photographers had to be a master of their camera to produce great work. Then, anyone could become a photographer thanks to advances in technology. Now, a camera has been created that leaves all the control in the hands of the photographer, but backs it up with advanced technology. The FUJIFILM X100T. Packed with new features such as the world's first electronic rangefinder – a high-quality fusion of optics and electronics – and the Classic Chrome mode, offering the simulation of a classic film style, photographers can combine their passion for shooting with the thrill of controlling their camera once more.
Absolutely stunning picture quality, compact enough to take anywhere. Now your photos maintain soft background defocus even when zoomed in with the improved f1.8-2.8 24-70mm Carl Zeiss lens. There's even a pop-up electronic viewfinder for eye-level framing and a 180 tilt screen for 20.1MP selfies. Lastly, the ultra-fast BIONZ X processor adds speed and accuracy for stills as well as beautiful HD video.
The Canon PowerShot S120 Compact Digital Camera, with built-in Wi-Fi, is an advanced point-and-shoot camera featuring a 12.1 megapixel 1/1.7" high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor. Together they form the Canon HS SYSTEM, which helps improve image quality of dimly-lit shots by reducing noise and enhancing the overall clarity. Additionally, the processor offers a range of speed-related assets throughout the camera as well as a High Speed AF system for maintained sharpness in a variety of shooting conditions.
When buying the first DSLR camera, many look mainly at Canon and Nikon, since these are the most popular brands. There has been an ongoing debate among camera enthusiasts about which of these two brands is the best. Let me put your mind at ease by telling you that they are both fantastic manufacturers, and you will be happy with either.
The first and possibly most important factor to consider when selecting a DSLR is to find a model that suits you. There is currently a plethora of different digital SLR models on the market all capable of taking outstanding pictures, hence it is important to select a camera on your own criteria not those of other people.
It is important to understand your own style of photography. From the casual snapper that likes to capture the moment at parties to those with an obsession for portraits, landscapes or even sporting events. By understanding what your favourite subject is, it should be possible to define a type of camera.
This may seem a little laborious but one the key elements to making a decision over a digital SLR camera is to learn and hope to understand DSLR jargon. By taking the time to recognise what the terminology actually means it should be possible to find a camera with the right amount of megapixels, effective dynamic range and image stabilisation as well as crop factor and aspect ratio. By researching some of these important terms you at least give yourself the chance of understanding the sales representative.
The next step is to compare different cameras. Unfortunately this element in the decision making process can be severely affected by price; that said there are a large number of entry level DSLR cameras out there that are good value for money. As well as price it is important to compare the features of cameras as well as its size, speed and technical abilities.
As much as finding the right digital SLR camera is about a personal decision, review websites and reviews on shopping sites can be extremely helpful in making up your mind. By incorporating these reviews and opinions into your decision it should be possible to make an informed and logical decision.