Cameras for Great Pictures

Everybody needs a camera, right? Although today’s smartphones are so very equipped that manufacturers make you think that they can do anything, they don’t compare with a good camera (that is, if you want some great pictures). Since choosing a proper device is always a hard task, here are ten cool cameras that take great pictures.

1. Nikon D3100

Nikon D3100 is the cheapest Nikon DSLR camera and it comes with a 14.2 MP CMOS sensor, capable of recording videos in Full HD. The gadget has ISO 100-3200 sensitivity, expandable to 12800, 11 focus points and weighs 500 grams. It comes with a Nikon AF -S DX 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens.

2. Canon EOS 1100D

Canon EOS 1100D has a 12.2 MP CMOS sensor, 9-point AF system and 63-zone exposure. The camera relies on a DIGIC4 processor and records videos in HD. It comes with a Canon EF -S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 DC III lens and a SDHC Memory Card 16GB.

3. Sony HX300

The new bridge camera from Sony comes with an impressive optical zoom, 50x (24 -1200mm equivalent), a CMOS sensor with the highest resolution – 20 megapixels – a function of shooting Full HD with stereo sound and active zoom even while shooting. The image quality even at high ISO speeds, the versatile zoom and other features such as the tilt LCD screen and electronic viewfinder makes it suitable for those who want one of the best bridge cameras of the moment.

4. Nikon D5100

Dedicated to users who want to express their creativity, Nikon D5100 has a 16.1 MP CMOS sensor with 3x optical zoom and 11 focus points. It has a dedicated button for video recording in Full HD right next to the shutter and movies can be previewed on the LCD display 3- fold. The package includes an 18-55 mm VR lens.

5. Canon 600D

Fitting average users, the Canon 600D is an affordable DSLR equipped with APS- C CMOS sensor of 18 megapixels, autofocus in nine points and ISO sensitivity from 100-6400 which can be extended to 12800. The device records videos in Full HD which can be viewed on the 3″ diagonal LCD screen. The device comes with a SanDisk SDHC memory card with a capacity of 16 GB.

6. Sony SLT A58K

Part of the SLT category (Single-Lens Translucent), the A58K is a DSLR with CMOS Sony Exmor APS HD sensor with 20.1 MP, with 15 focus points and 100-16000 IOS sensitivity. It is able to record in Full – HD and it has an LCD screen with a diagonal of 2.7″. The package includes a Sony DT 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 SAM lens. It weighs 492 grams and the battery provides a range of up to 700 frames.

7. Nikon D3200

This model comes with a 24.2 MP CMOS sensor and an Expeed 3 processor, 11 focus points and it has an ISO sensitivity of 100-6400. It offers a Scene Recognition System and a menu for editing photos directly on the screen with a diagonal of 3.0″. It is able to record in Full -HD and comes with a Nikon AF -S DX 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens.

8. Canon EOS 100D

The Canon EOS 100D DSLR camera is particularly useful to users with medium budget who want to achieve quality photos. The camera benefits from an APS-C CMOS 18 MP sensor with manual focus, ISO range 100-12800 expandable to 25600 and auto flash with automatic lifting. The package includes an EF -S 18 – 55mm IS STM lens and SanDisk SDHC memory card with a capacity of 16 GB.

9. Canon SX500 IS

The smallest bridge in the Canon catalog, the SX500 is a device equipped with a 30x optical zoom lens, P / A / S / M settings and an incorporated electronic viewfinder and a great stabilization system. However, the CCD and the HD filming (720p) do not recommend it for demanding users. Canon SX500 IS has two irrefutable advantages: the ultra – compact dimensions (for a camera in this category) and the competitive price which makes it suitable especially for those on a budget who still want a versatile device with optical zoom for holidays.

10. Fuji HS50

With a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, 40x optical zoom, RAW format, focus peaking function, large and bright electronic viewfinder, external flash skates, tilt LCD screen and a solid body, the Fuji HS50 can be a great choice.

What kind of camera do you prefer?