Best Camera Buying Guide: How To Choose A Camera In 2021 [15 Useful Tips]

Are you in the mood to buy a new camera? Are you in a mess by seeing so many types of cameras and so many variants? The camera market is competitive with so many types of cameras in the market but as a consumer, you should choose the best. So this Camera Buying Guide will try to educate you about How to choose a camera in 2021.

You know what?. We are living in a generation where photography is becoming a craze and a good career option for many. Not only for younger ones but also peoples of every age wants to aspire their career in it. But, how it’s possible? And, If you are thinking any rocket science will help you fulfilling that. I’ll tell you a big ‘NO’. It can be possible only if you are having a good quality camera and a passion for photography.

I know, when it comes to buying a camera, the first question that comes to our mind is, which is the best camera for me? And, it is not only you. The same question is there in almost every consumer’s mind. We will try to solve this puzzle for you in this article.

The task of buying the best camera is intimidating and hectic. But, do not worry, our expert guide will certainly help you choose the best camera.

We have an incredible experience in photography over the past few years. We have considered all the technical terms associated with the photography and camera types in this buying guide.

We know, all of you want to make unforgettable moments of your lives in a frame. To live that, if you consider a few things that we have discussed in this buying guide, then nobody can stop you from capturing your memorable moments.

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Types of cameras

There are basically five types of cameras as outlined below.

  • DSLR Camera
  • Point and Shoot Camera
  • Mirrorless Camera
  • Action Camera
  • Bridge Camera
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DSLR Camera

The First one is DSLR, the most popular one in the market. It stands for ‘Digital Single Lens Reflex’, meaning the camera uses the same lens for framing, focusing, and clicking the photographs.

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All DSLRs work on the principle that light passes through the lens to a mirror that reflects it back through a prism to an optical viewfinder. When you click on the shutter, the mirror lifts itself up and the light gets capture in the sensor and then the image processor creates the image.

Talking about the highlights, DSLRs are known for their versatility. Offers great battery life, easy to handle, and more importantly, different viewfinders, and comes up with a wide variety of interchangeable lenses.

If you only want to point and shoot with your camera or you are fine to use your camera with the automatic mode. We would suggest you don’t invest in a DSLR camera. Buy only if you know about how to use the basic functions of it, otherwise, this camera is just useless for you.

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Mirrorless Cameras

Mirrorless system cameras have become popular among amateur photographers day by day. They offer more advantages than what you get in DSLR cameras. They don’t have any mirror inside which makes them very compact. The camera can have lenses fixed and interchangeable.

The working principle of a mirrorless camera is almost the same as a DSLR but the only difference is that it does not have any mirror. So it uses an electronic viewfinder instead of an optical viewfinder.

Since there is no mirror, the camera is small in size and light in weight. So if you want to enjoy the quality of a DSLR but want something which is easy to carry then a mirrorless camera is the best bet.

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Mirrorless cameras let you click your pictures simpler than DSLR’s. It also features APS-C or full-frame sensors. 

If you need more than taking vacation shots, the mirrorless cameras are a great choice. Go with mirrorless cameras whether you are having your first one or you’re upgrading.

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Bridge Camera

Bridge cameras are quite popular among enthusiast photographers. It permeates the gap between the DSLR and compact cameras. 

These cameras do not have interchangeable lenses and they offer a high magnification zoom lens. 

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The zoom range is much larger than what you get in DSLR and mirrorless cameras. However, you might face issues in the image quality when the zoom range is higher

If the compact camera is not enough for you or your pocket does not allow you too much to invest, then the bridge cameras can be a great option for you.

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Compact cameras

Compact cameras are yet another popular camera type in the market because of their nanoscopic dimensions. Many of us have started our photography with a compact camera. The reason is it is small in size and offers convenience like your camera smartphone. 

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Except it is small and compact, it does offer any other benefits against a smartphone camera. Trust me, your smartphone is capable of delivering excellent images far better than cheap compact cameras.

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Action Camera

Action cameras are a special type of camera, comes in smaller sizes and the body is waterproof. Videography is the main focus of action cameras.

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If you are looking for a camera just for photography, I will recommend you don’t buy action cameras. The images will turn out to be worse than the images you used to get using your smartphones. 

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Factors To Consider While Buying A Camera: Camera Buying Guide

You might be shopping around for a camera for your personal need or for your profession but still, it is a big investment. Right? So choose your camera wisely after considering all the factors listed below. Unless we are informed enough about what we are buying, there is a high chance that we can pick the wrong camera. Do you want to regret later choosing the wrong camera? I don’t feel so. So let’s get into these factors that you should consider while buying your favorite camera.

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1. Sensor size of the camera

First thing first and the sensor size is one of the most critical things that you should look for while buying a camera. A sensor is a solid-state device that captures the light coming in through the lens to form a digital image.

In photography, sensor size means the physical size of the sensor. Usually, it is prescribed in mm or inches. The bigger the sensor size, the more lights it can capture, and the better will be the image quality. It is the sensor size that determines how much light can be captured.

Please make a note that based on the sensor size the camera body and lens will also be bigger or smaller. That is why smartphone cameras can only use small-size sensors although they can use a high-megapixel camera.

Bigger the sensor size, the more light it can capture, more light means more detail and more detail means better image quality.
Also bigger the sensor size, bigger will be the pixel size, bigger pixels can absorb light better and produce better image quality.

Types Of Sensor

There are basically four types of sensors available in the market

  • CCD Sensor
  • CMOS Sensor
  • Foveon X3 Sensor
  • LiveMOS Sensor
CCD Sensor ( Charged Coupled Device)

CCD sensors are used in digital cameras for a long time and known for their better image quality, better dynamic range, and less noise. However, basic construction and high power consumption have replaced CCD with CMOS in recent years. One more concern of CCD sensors is the response time.

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CMOS Sensor

Though CMOS is inferior to CCD sensors but recent developments have made CMOS sensors equivalent to CCD sensors. CMOS sensors are fast, more energy-efficient, and can add more function in a single system on chip (SOC). CMOS sensors are better suited for high-speed cameras where burst shooting is the key.

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Foveon X3 Sensor

Foveon X3 sensor is a proprietary sensor developed by Foveon Inc ( Now Sigma Corporation) and used exclusively in Sigma compact and DSLR cameras. It uses an array of photosites that consist of three vertically stacked photodiodes. Each of the three stacked photodiodes has a different spectral sensitivity, allowing it to respond differently to different wavelengths.

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LiveMOS Sensor

Live MOS sensors are used in the fourth third system DSLRs manufactured by Panasonic, Olympus, and Leica since 2006. It can offer the image quality of CCD sensors and the low power consumption capacity of a CMOS sensor. It can also reduce noise in the images.

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Different Sensor Sizes

There are seven different sizes of sensors available in the market.

  • Full Frame
  • APS-H
  • APS-C
  • Four Thirds / Micro
  • One Inch
  • 1/1.7 Inch
  • 1/2.3 Inch
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Full Frame Sensor ( 36×24 MM)

The size of this sensor is equal to a negative film size which is 35 mm. That is why it is called a full-frame sensor. Since the size is full, there will be no cropping in the image processing. This type of sensor is only found in bigger professional high-end cameras and those are expensive too.

APS-H (28.1 x 18.7 MM)

This sensor size was typically found in Canon 1D series cameras. Although this sensor size can not match the image quality of full size frame but it is still good enough for day to day photography. The crop factor in this sensor size is 1.3. These sensors are often found in high-end DSLRs

APS-C (23.6 x 15.8 MM)

Most of the DSLRs come with this sensor size. The crop factor varies from 1.5 to 1.7. With this camera, you can get low to average quality images up to 32 MP

Four Thirds / Micro ( 17.3 x 13 MM)

Since the size of this sensor is almost four third of a full-size sensor, that is why it is called a four third sensor or microsensor. The crop factor is 2 in the microsensor. Often found in low-end DSLRs and compact cameras.

Apart from these four sizes, other small-size sensors are used in smartphones or other ultra-compact cameras. But again keep in mind that if the sensor size is small, it can not capture more light and will result in poor quality images.

Suppose, you are an experienced photographer and it’s your third or fourth camera, looking for a new challenge. We would suggest you go with the camera with the full-frame sensors.

Full frame sensors are known to give good results in terms of image quality. They are specially used for making very large prints, even in low lighting conditions.

But the decision is yours, as the full-frame sensor cameras are expensive. Go for the one which you think your pocket allows you.

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2. Resolution

Like how sensor size important, the resolution of a camera is also an important factor. Resolution is defined by megapixels. The more pixels, the crisper the image quality will be. But there is a hack.

If you use a small sensor and a high megapixel camera, it can not take good photos as the pixel size will be too small. However, a bigger sensor with fewer megapixels can take better pictures as the pixel size will be high. Bigger pixels can capture more light and gives better images. So it is not the number of pixels but the pixel size which is important for good photography.

You don’t need a camera having more megapixels when just by simply reducing the print resolution you can get good results. Frankly speaking, 6-8 megapixels are more than enough for any amateur photographer. For example, you will need only 4 MP for 4×6 inch prints, and for 12×18 inch prints, you need 12 MP. so, consider this before having it.

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Do you know why a DSLR having 12-megapixel resolution takes better pictures than a smartphone camera with 30 megapixel? It is because the sensor size is big in DSLR and that is making the difference.
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3. Lens

The lens is one of the most essential components of a camera. A lens is something through which you see the images on the viewfinder and through which the light ray will be captured into the sensor.

Here are the types of lens available in cameras.

  • Prime Lens
  • Zoom lens
  • Wide Angle Lens
  • Standard Lens
  • Special Lens
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Prime Lens

Prime lenses are common lenses. They come with a fixed focal length that makes them faster and sharper.

However, prime lenses have flexibility issues. The reason is that they have fixed focal lengths.

Zoom Lens

Unlike prime lenses, zoom lenses are more flexible because of their varied focal length. But they are not as fast and sharp as a prime lens. Although, prime and zoom lenses further has some variety of lenses as categorized below:

  • Macro Lenses 
  • Telephoto Lenses

Wide Angle Lens

In the photography world, wide-angle lenses are quite useful. It is a type of lens that has a smaller focal length compared to a focal length of normal lenses. These lenses have a great scope in architectural, interior, and landscape photography, allowing your camera to include more of the scene in your images.

Standard Lens

Standard lenses are the normal lenses. It produces images that are similar to what the human sees with their naked eyes. 

Generally, considered a fast lens, and its angle of view lies around 50 to 55 degrees. Please make a note, the focal length of standard lenses lies somewhere in the middle of telephoto lenses and wide-angle lenses.

Specialty Lens

There are some special lenses used in cameras that give a blemish look to your picture. Here are a few of those types.

  • Fisheye lens
  • Tilt-shift lens
  • Infrared lens
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4. Exposure

Camera exposure is one of the very critical features of a camera. It determines whether the photo will be too dark or it will be washed out. Basically, exposure is the amount of light that is allowed to capture by the sensor. If there is more light, it will be called over-exposed and the image will be washed out. If there is low light, then the image will be too dark. So you need to adjust different settings to allow the optimum level of lights to the sensor.

Exposure can be controlled by controlling the following three settings which is called the exposure triangle.

  • Aperture
  • Shutter Speed
  • Sensitivity ( ISO)
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This is the opening through which light comes into the sensor. The bigger the opening, the more light will come in and the better will be the image quality. The aperture is expressed in F stops. The more the value of F stops, the smaller the opening will be and less light will get into the sensor. So always choose a low F stop value ( Mean high aperture ) camera for brighter photography.

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Aperture also controls the focal length of the lenses or you can say that how wide the lens is opening. If you want to concentrate on a subject and blurred out the remaining area, you should use a lens with a low F stop value. But if you want to capture the whole view that is showing in the viewfinder without focusing on a particular subject, then use a lens with a higher F stop value.

Aperture not only controls the amount of light that gets captured in the sensor, but it also controls the depth of field. A higher aperture ( Lower F stop value) will create a shallow depth of field whereas a lower aperture ( Higher F stop value ) will create a wider depth of field.

Shutter Speed

Shutter speed means, how fast the camera will take pictures when you click on the shutter. If you are planning to take a picture of a fast-moving object, then you should use fast shutter speed so that the image does not show blurry. However, for a static object, you can use low shutter speed.

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One of the issues with high shutter speed is that, since the camera lens will be open for a brief period of time, there will be less light captured by the sensor. That is why photos taken with high shutter speed are a bit dark. On the other hand, low shutter speed allows the lens to open for a longer period of time. More light can get into the sensor and the brighter the image will be.

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Sensitivity ( ISO)

The sensitivity of a camera ( ISO) defines how sensitive the camera is to the incoming light. If the ISO value is low, the camera sensor will be less sensitive to the incoming light and the picture will be dark.

If the ISO value is high, the sensor will be more sensitive to light and will create a brighter picture. That is the reason if you want to take a photo in a dark environment, use a higher ISO number. But if you are taking a picture under direct sunlight, then use a lower ISO number.

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Do you know that a lower ISO number creates less noise in the picture whereas a higher ISO number shows more noise in the picture? So it is a bit of a trade-off whether you want a more bright picture or a more detailed picture.

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5. High Dynamic Range ( HDR)

To explain what is HDR, let’s take an example. Let’s say, You went to a park and want to take a great picture of the greenery with the right exposure. Right exposure means right shutter speed, right ISO, and right aperture. Can you make everything right? No human can do everything perfectly. That is where high dynamic range comes into the picture.

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HDR takes multiple pictures with different exposure of the same shot. After that, the image processor algorithm will take the best bits and pieces of all the images and give you the best single image. That is why when you take a picture in HDR mode, it takes some time to get the shot as in the background the camera is processing the best image.

Having HDR in a camera is a must-have feature. Even smartphone cameras nowadays comes with HDR.

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6. View Finder

When we talk about photography, the viewfinder is one of the important parts of your camera used for composing and reviewing your images. What you see in the viewfinder is what gets captured in the image

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There are two types of viewfinder found in camera.

  • Optical viewfinder
  • Electronic viewfinder

The optical viewfinder uses a mirror to reflect the light on the viewfinder. It is used in almost all cameras including DSLR cameras. Due to optical viewfinder, DSLR camera is bit heavy.

An electronic viewfinder or digital viewfinder is found in mirrorless cameras. There is no mirror so the light is directly projected onto the viewfinder. The camera with an electronic viewfinder is lighter in weight.

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7. Image Stabilization

We can not keep our hands steady while taking pictures. Right? If your hands are not steady, images will be blurry for sure. That is why the image stabilization feature is introduced in cameras. What it does is compensate for your hand movement or vibration when you take a picture either electronically or mechanically.

There are three types of image stabilization available.

  • Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
  • In-Body Image Stabilization ( Sensor-Shift/ IBIS)
  • Digital Image Stabilization (EIS)
Optical Image Stabilization

Optical image stabilization stabilizes the captured images by varying the optical path of the sensor. It uses a lens element that moves orthogonally against the optical axis of the lens using electromagnets. The vibration of motion is detected using two gyroscopic sensors, one for horizontal movement and the other for vertical movement. The optical image stabilization happens only in the lens. It is very popular in low-end cameras and smartphone cameras.

In Body Image Stabilization ( IBIS)

In body image stabilization is different from optical image stabilization in the sense that in IBIS, the sensor itself moves to compensate for the shake. That is why it is often called a sensor-shift as the sensor is shifting to compensate for the shake. IBIS is a far better technology compared to optical image stabilization.

Digital Image Stabilization

Digital image stabilization is often called electronic image stabilization. This technique shifts the electronic image from frame to frame of video, enough to counteract the motion. It uses pixels outside the border of the visible frame to provide a buffer for the motion.

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8. Image Processor Engine

Good image quality is something that we first look at in the camera. Of course, nobody wants a camera that is not capable of clicking images in extreme conditions. The camera is not a camera if it takes beautiful images in good lighting conditions only.

Every camera has an image processing unit that does after works after the camera captures the image. No matter if you have big sensors or you have a high resolution and high-quality lens, if the image processing is not good, all are in vain.

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9. Global Positioning System

GPS is another highlight of cameras. This feature keeps track of the location where the images have been taken.

It becomes handy especially when you are traveling somewhere in the world. Suppose you don’t remember the location where you had taken the image, this feature lets you locate where each shot was taken.

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10. Burst Mode

Burst mode takes a back-to-back picture of a moving object in a very short time. This feature is very essential when you want to take a stable picture of a moving object. The burst mode in the camera is defined as the capability of the camera to take the number of images per second.

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11. Connectivity

Cameras are evolving day by day. Now we are equipped with cameras that offer WIFI connectivity. You are free to share your photos on your mobile phones and computer right from your camera.

Some camera models even come up with the near-field communication wireless option. It lets you transfer your images from your camera directly through the NFC to your smartphones and tablets.

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12. Panoramic Mode

Panorama mode is great for those who want to take a wide view of a particular scene. Panoramic mode is a unique feature that you will get in most cameras. It allows you to physically tilt your camera left and right to take panoramic shots. Usually, cameras are capable of capturing panoramic images up to 180 to 360 degrees.

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13. Display

All digital cameras have a display where you can see the captured images or videos, adjust the menu and camera setting, transfer files, and many other important tasks. It is the graphical interface through which you will interact with the camera.

For many years, LCD screens are used in cameras. Those screens are vibrant and show exact color accuracy. Nowadays, camera displays are coming with touch enable panels like smartphone displays that adds more convenience to you.

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Rotating displays are also gaining popularity nowadays as you can see yourself while shooting. This is great for taking selfies or shooting videos for youtube.

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14. Weather Sealing

Buying a professional camera is a huge investment. When you take the camera outdoor, there are high chances that it will be exposed to dust, moisture, water, etc. So you should always buy a camera that does not allow dust, moisture, or water to enter into the camera lens or sensor.

There are some cameras in the market that comes with automatic sensor cleaning technology. What it does basically use ultrasonic vibrations to evade all the dust from the camera sensors.

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15. Budget

Budget is also a prime criteria when you buy a camera. But before you set a budget you need to figure out what kind of photographer you are.

Typically there are three level of photographers.

  • Entry Level
  • Enthusiast
  • Expert

Entry Level

Entry-level cameras are like compact cameras or low-end DSLR cameras. Usually, you will get a microsensor or an APS-C sensor in an entry-level camera. Costs below Rs 50000 and good for basic photography. But trust me, your smartphone camera is as good as an entry-level camera.

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You may get an APS-H grade sensor in the enthusiast category cameras. These cameras are good for basic to intermediate-level photography. Costs in the range of Rs 50000 to Rs 100000. Most of the personal DSLRs sold in India are enthusiast cameras.

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In an Expert level camera, you can expect a full-frame sensor. These are high-end cameras used for professional photography. Usually costs above Rs 100000. Unless you are a professional photographer, you don’t need to buy an expert level camera

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Best Camera Brands In India: Camera Buying Guide

There are tons of brands that manufacture cameras for beginner, amateur, and professional photographers. Almost all of them give the same kind of image quality. so, if you are a photographer, then you will get confused about which camera brand is right for you. We have taken out the 5 best camera brands in this camera buying guide so that you can choose the camera easily that you are looking for.

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There is no need to give a rundown of canon brands. If you are a photographer, you can’t ignore Canon cameras. It is a Japanese company, producing excellent cameras from the decades. 

No matter if you are a professional photographer or someone who just entered this world. Canon cameras produce high-quality images. If you have $200-$2000, then canon has a great camera for you.

There is a little difference you can see from the Canon brand with other popular brands is that they do not produce the best device for photo and video recording. They produce a camera which is capable of delivering a great image quality as well as pro video shooting.

They offer affordable lenses compared to the Nikon. Doesn’t cost too much from your pocket. EF, EF-S, EF-M, and R lenses are the most impressive lenses that canon manufactures for you.

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Nikon is another popular brand in the photography universe, known for its exquisite features. Nikon’s DSLR camera is quite appealing, and also offers a wide variety of DSLR lenses that are affordable for beginners. 

If you are looking for a camera able to click high-quality at any lighting conditions, then you can visit the Nikon store, they are quite appealing in terms of image quality. 

However, if you have the desire to shoot videos on your camera. Don’t go for Nikon, as their cameras are not compatible with video shooting.

Apart from that, Nikon also produces DX and FX-format lenses. I would recommend you to go with Nikon’s DSLRs, they are good in image quality. And, if you are professional photographers, you can go with their mirrorless cameras.

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Sony is yet another one of the famous camera brands. their cameras are highly compatible in terms of excellent picture quality, even in extreme conditions.

Their mirrorless and point-and-shoot cameras are the top ones compared to other brands.

If you love video shooting, you can definitely go with the Sony cameras. They produce great stabilization and excellent video recording.

Sony cameras are known for their small variety of mirrorless cameras. Almost 30 models are already there in the market.

Apart from this, sony is the leading manufacturer of top action cameras and mirrorless cameras. 

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When it comes to mirrorless cameras, Fujifilm is perhaps the most famous camera brand in the world of photography. It’s a Japanese based company, known for delivering high-quality cameras and various photography equipment.

It produces some of the best matrices in the market and that is what makes Fujifilm a standout among leading brands like Canon and Nikon.

The strong point of Fujifilm is their APS-C sensor size and medium format sensor cameras.

However, if you love a camera with a full-frame sensor, don’t go with it. It is not equipped with full-frame sensors.

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Olympus is also a key player in the photography world. It is a Japanese company that is gaining huge customer trust for years.

It specifically produces photo-gear, high-quality optical equipment. The highlight of Olympus is its top-quality and stylish devices with the effective 4/3 micro-matrix.

All in all, perfect for shooting sports and documentary video shooting. Personally, I would recommend you to try the Olympus camera, as this gives the best stabilization.

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Essential Camera Accessories: Camera Buying Guide

Here are the necessary camera accessories that you should look for before buying.

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Memory Cards

You may need to have memory cards so that you can store your images. Do look for a memory card that you think fits your needs.

I would recommend you to go with Sandisk or Lexar. They are the most reliable ones in the market and will be worth your money.

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Spare Batteries

It is very frustrating when you are about to take an epic shot and suddenly the battery of your camera faints. 

Therefore, you must carry a fully-charged spare battery so that you can shoot freely.

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Memory Card Reader

Today, almost all the cameras have a USB cable to transfer the images/ photos from your camera to your smartphones and tablets. But, this is quite a clunky process. 

That’s why we suggest you have a memory card reader, it will make your job easy.

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Conclusion: Best Camera Buying Guide in 2021

I hope we could able give you enough information about cameras through this camera buying guide. Don’t worry too much about the camera types. In the end, what matters the most is your passion and dedication to capturing images.

No matter if you are a beginner photographer or a professional, If you have a firm dedication toward photography, then you will be able to click unique-retro-looking images even with the compact or mirrorless camera.

Do comment on this article if you have queries or suggestions. We will be happy to hear your thoughts.

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A Software Engineer by profession, I blog about technology, gadgets, and tech reviews on RiansTech. Love learning new technologies, reading non-fiction books and writing is my passion. I am reachable on Instagram, And Facebook,

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