If you are reading this, chances are that you have been looking to immortalize a very special trip. Sure, mobile cameras have come a long way since the VGA days, but nothing replaces a professional camera. You do not want to repent later for not being able to capture a special moment due to the camera’s shortcoming. Travel photography needs something more than the quality of photos we click on our phones. In this article, we will try to recommend some travel tips for buying that perfect clicker.
Sony A6600: This piece of wonder tops our list not only for its qualities but also for its affordability. The mirrorless model boasts 24.3 MP effective pixels and APS-C sensor. These combined features ensure that you get a near to perfect shot even if your hands are a bit shaky. A touch screen LCD screen ensures that you can easily navigate through the pictures that you have recently clicked. Effortlessly click beautiful pictures and videos on the go with this sturdy camera. However, there is a single tone of caveat—the model supports micro USB there is no type C port.
Fujifilm XT20: This Fujifilm genius enables you to shoot videos at your dream destination. With a 20 MP resolution and a 3.5 inches (diagonal) screen, shooting with this gadget is a pleasurable experience. It has an aspect ratio of 16:9, which gives you the perfect proportion for shooting around that breathtaking valley! Our advice would be to focus on buying the right lens for this model. For a panorama shot, you might consider the 14mm f/2.8 variant. If you want to focus more on long-range, combine the Fuji 18-55 mm/ 2.8-4 with your purchase.
Olympus Pen E-PL9: This camera is one of the best in the market for vlogging if you trust our travel tips. Vlogging has emerged as an exciting out-of-the-box career choice. If you are a vlogger and are continuously shooting while in motion, trust this device. Even if you are looking for the perfect video to upload on your social media profile, go for it. It has an in-built stabilizer that maintains consistent video quality while you cover that happening tourist spot. Add to it the brilliant 180° flipping screen that enables you to seamlessly change POVs. The camera comes with a decent 16.9 MP resolution that is enough to serve your purpose.
Canon EOS M6 Mark II: If you can extend your budget a bit (allowing for the lens), this is the catch among our travel tips. This camera has the potential to effectively cover up your flaws as an amateur photographer. Its superior auto focus and auto exposure keeps your camera shoot ready from the moment you switch it on. The camera also comes with an electronic viewfinder if you buy the bundle. Further, the built-in wi-fi and Bluetooth features enable you to seamlessly share your captures to a cloud or device.
Panasonic Lumix GX85: This model comes with a 16 MP camera and primary colour filters. The wide range of white balancing it offers allows you confidence to click pictures even if you are just starting out. It supports almost all modes of file transfer including wi-fi and Bluetooth. So, you can immediately replicate your files at the desired storage unit/s. It also offers continuous video shooting in 4K quality so you can maintain consistency in your posts/vlogs. In other words, this camera offers you unmatched versatility and unbridled freedom to shoot pictures and videos.
So, these are our travel tips for buying the perfect camera for your trips. A range of qualities and features have been discussed to help you pick the one that suits you the best. We would recommend you to compare the prices of these products on different websites, and also visit retail stores to explore varieties. We have only included DSLRs here, but if you want, you can go for the high-end point and shoot cameras. The focus should be on the quality of the camera and the comfort with which you can use it. Make the buying choice where the two are happily reconciled. Happy journey and happy shooting!
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