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Best Cameras For Photography In 2022

I love photography but it’s kinda hard to find the right camera. Honestly, I’m still searching for the right camera, but I have do some research and I will share with you 5 cameras that are convicing me.

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Nikon D3500– Nikon D3500 remains the best DSLR around for beginnerslooking to embrace creative, manual photography with a traditional setup.  It’s a basic-looking camera with a fixed rear screen and no 4K video, but it has all the manual controls that photography newbies will need and its image quality is really very good.

Resolution: 24.2 MP

Censor Type: CMOS

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Fujifilm X-T3–  Fujifilm cameras are actually very good for the beginner. They succesfully made very simple and intuitive cameras that are both easy to use and consistently produce outstanding out-of-the-camera results, even in auto-everything mode without using RAW and fiddling with post processing on the computer. The video features, in particular, made the X-T3 a very attractive choice for professional videography needs. The camera is able to record video footage up to 4K at 60P in 4:2:0 10-bit format internally to an SD card (at 200 Mbps) and output 4:2:2 10-bit via HDMI (both H. 264 and H.

Resolution: 26MP

Sensor Type: CMOS

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Sony Alpha A6100 The Sony a6100 is a compact, speedy camera with strong image quality and excellent autofocus. Family photographers will love it, but enthusiasts may want to consider the a6400 instead. The A6100 has superb high ISO performance, possibly the best I’ve ever seen in APS-C. For all normal uses at reasonable sizes as you can see below, the A6100 gives perfectly wonderful images all the way up to ISO 51,200, with just a little bit of color mottling at the highest settings.

Resolution: 24.2MP

Sensor Type: CMOS

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Nikon D850– Nikon’s menu system and the camera’s various shooting modes will hold your hand while your learn. Yes, it is a good camera. The Nikon D850 delivers all the image quality, handling and features we love in the D810 and then some. Its ability to capture the finest detail is exceptional and its continuous shooting speed is remarkable for a camera with this resolution. The ability to crop the 45-mega pixel files is extremely useful to wildlife and especially bird photographers. A 50% crop of a D850 image contains more pixels than a full frame D5 image, and that makes a difference. Like the D5 the best results from the D850 raw files is obtained by using Capture One Pro.

Resolution: 45.7MP

Sensor Type: CMOS

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Canon EOS R5Canon’s EOS R5 is an excellent camera for professionals or anyone that’s looking for a supremely capable option for almost any type of photography, from sports and action to studio portraits and landscapes. Featuring an all-new 45 MP CMOS sensor, 8K DCI video, Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, in-body image stabilization and more, the EOS R5 offers incredible imaging performance for portraits, landscapes, wildlife, cinematography and everything in between.

Resolution: 45MP

Sensor Type: CMOS

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Stacey M.

(Travel Agent & Tourism Specialist)

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