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5 BEST CAMERAS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR VLOGGERS OF 2020

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5 BEST CAMERA FOR VLOGGERS

All camera users, even beginners, will be able to capture amazing images and movies with this DSLR camera, which is equipped with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor and an optical viewfinder for an authentic DSLR shooting experience. 

2. Fujifilm X-T30

Fujifilm's X-T3 may still one of the most capable APS-C mirrorless cameras around, but that fact that the company managed to incorporate so much of its tech inside the smaller and cheaper X-T30 makes this our recommendation for most people.

4. Sony A7 III

We love the A7 III. The original A7 and A7 II showed Sony was moving in the right direction and making all the right noises.

5. Nikon D850

You'd be forgiven for thinking that mirrorless is the only option right now for class-leading tech, but the Nikon D850 still manages to hold its own as one of the best cameras on the market. It has a well-rounded feature set which means it appeals to a diverse range of users, particularly those who are already heavily invested in the DSLR space. 

3. Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III

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No camera can give you everything, but a rare few do come close – and the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is in that class. Its polycarbonate shell might feel like a step down from the body of its predecessor, but in the hand this mirrorless snapper is Goldilocks stuff: just right. Lighter than ever and fantastic to handle, the Mark III backs up its good looks with a powerful processor, superlative image stabilization and shooting modes to suit every skill level and style of shooting.

Best Camera For Youtubers

1. Canon EOS 1500D 24.1 Digital SLR Camera 

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This item Canon EOS 1500D 24.1 Digital SLR Camera (Black) with EF S18-55 is II Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case

All camera users, even beginners, will be able to capture amazing images and movies with this DSLR camera, which is equipped with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor and an optical viewfinder for an authentic DSLR shooting experience. 

 Capturing sharp images is easy thanks to the fast, accurate AF and the large grip that provides a firm, steady hold on the camera. Built-in Wi-Fi / NFC connectivity enables the seamless upload of photos and videos to social media.

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  • ISO: 100-6400 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: DIGIC 4+ with 9 autofocus points 

2. Fujifilm X-T30

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Fujifilm's X-T3 may still one of the most capable APS-C mirrorless cameras around, but that fact that the company managed to incorporate so much of its tech inside the smaller and cheaper X-T30 makes this our recommendation for most people. 

 Our only gripe is the small viewfinder magnification, but there's enough handling prowess to still make it one of the best APS-C options out there. Hot on its heels is the newly-announced Nikon Z50, which may just push the X-T30 out of this list once we've had chance to test it properly.

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  • Small body can be fiddly
  • One card slot

3. Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III

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No camera can give you everything, but a rare few do come close – and the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is in that class. 

Its polycarbonate shell might feel like a step down from the body of its predecessor, but in the hand this mirrorless snapper is Goldilocks stuff: just right. Lighter than ever and fantastic to handle, the Mark III backs up its good looks with a powerful processor, superlative image stabilization and shooting modes to suit every skill level and style of shooting. 

There’s no escaping the fact that its Four Thirds sensor is behind the times on outright image quality, struggling to match larger formats for dynamic range, depth of field and low-light performance. 

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Its combination of speed, style and sheer versatility make it a winner. Add on-chip phase detection autofocus and 4K video chops to the mix and you’ve got yourself one of the best all-rounders on the market today.

Sensor size: Four Thirds

Type: Mirrorless 

4. Sony A7 III

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We love the A7 III. The original A7 and A7 II showed Sony was moving in the right direction and making all the right noises. 

But despite being over 18 months old, it's this third iteration that still stands out in the full-frame mirrorless market. The core of the camera – namely a 24MP full-frame sensor, 4K video, sensor-based image stabilisation, 10fps burst shooting and a 693-point hybrid AF system – is strong enough, but with two card slots and a 710-shot battery life on top of that, you're getting excellent value for money as well as top performance. We have some reservations with the viewfinder and weather-sealing, but this is still one of the most versatile cameras around right now, mirrorless or otherwise. 

  • Read our in-depth Sony Alpha A7 III review
  • Also consider: Nikon Z6
  • Buying guide: Best mirrorless camera
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    We have some reservations with the viewfinder and weather-sealing, but this is still one of the most versatile cameras around right now, mirrorless or otherwise. It comes with an advanced 693-point AF system.


    5. Nikon D850

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    You'd be forgiven for thinking that mirrorless is the only option right now for class-leading tech, but the Nikon D850 still manages to hold its own as one of the best cameras on the market. 

    It has a well-rounded feature set which means it appeals to a diverse range of users, particularly those who are already heavily invested in the DSLR space.

    If you need high resolution, it's got it with a 45MP full-frame sensor. If you need speed, it has that too with a 7fps burst shooting option which can be boosted to 9fps with a battery grip. OK, that's reasonably modest compared with the likes of the 20fps Sony A9 II, but it's still good enough for capturing most kinds of action. 

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    On top of that you also get 4K video recording options, as well as a rugged body protected against inclement weather. One feature which is definitely king over its mirrorless rivals is battery life – with a massive 1800 frames per charge, you shouldn't need to worry about the camera dying in the middle of the decisive moment.

    Sensor: Full-frame CMOS

    Megapixels: 45.4MP 

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    The best cameras can be a boon for any creative. We recommend you to get the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III. Getting hold of a quality camera, whether it's an entry-level model or a top-of-the-range DSLR, can allow you to create your own imagery to incorporate into your creative work, which can be a huge asset when bidding for client work. You can also use photography to improve your social media presence for that extra sparkle, and with almost all modern cameras offering video functionality too, getting hold of one of the best cameras lets you add two strings to your bow for the price of one.

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