Best Photography Cameras
If you are looking for the best camera for photography, you probably already know that even the best camera phones have some serious limitations. They lack interchangeable lenses, the ability to zoom more than twice (at best) optically, and to name a few, they lack much exposure control. This doesn’t mean that the camera on your iPhone or Android smartphone is bad, but you don’t necessarily want to use it to explore creative photos or capture frames or photos you want to share. It works much better with a “real” camera.
Depending on your needs and interests, there are all sorts of cameras to choose from. The traditional “serious” camera has long been a big, heavy and powerful DSLR, but in the last few years, smaller mirrorless cameras have become popular—they can do more or less everything DSLRs can do and have the advantage of being smaller and lighter.
Want the better image quality and flexibility of a standalone camera but want to keep things simple? There are also point and shoot or instant cameras to choose from. And action cameras are an entirely different kind of camera, made for anyone who wants to mount a camera to their helmet or chest and capture their crazy antics, be it mountain biking, rock climbing or snow boarding. There are many opportunities.
With so many choices, you may need help in choosing the best camera for your artistic needs. So read-we rounded up a dozen of the best cameras you can get today.
Best Instant Camera:FujiFilm Instax Square SQ6
Best Point & Shoot Camera: Canon PowerShot ELPH 180
Best Mirrorless Camera for Beginners:Sony Alpha A6100
Best Mirrorless Camera for Enthusiasts:Nikon Z50
Best DSLR Camera for Beginners: Nikon D3500
Best DSLR Camera for Enthusiasts: Nikon D7500
Best Rugged and Waterproof Point & Shoot Camera: Olympus Tough TG-6
Best Full Frame Mirrorless Camera for Advanced Photographers: Nikon Z5
Best Full Frame DSLR Camera for Advanced Photographers:Canon EOS 6D Mark II
Best Action Camera:Go Pro HERO9 Black
Best Camera Drone: DJI Air 2S
Best Point & Shoot Camera for Vloggers: Sony ZV-1