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Top 8 of the Best Cameras that Fashion, Food & Travel Bloggers Can Use


If you are really into blogging, you might want to invest with a camera that you can always rely on. This is a must not just for food and fashion bloggers because all in all, having a camera that you can carry wherever you go is very important. Sometimes, phone camera is not that reliable anymore because most of the time, the quality of the photos can ruin a good blog post.

For me, I have been using VSCO cam whenever I don't bring my camera with me. Photos can be good sometimes depending on the lighting, easy to manipulate the image but nothing compared to using a real camera.

So if you are looking for some cameras that you can use for your next product shoot, OOTD pictorial or food photography for next blog post, I have here xx of the most affordable yet have high resolution.
Compact, connected, and selfie-ready, the brown X-A2 Mirrorless Digital Camera from Fujifilm is a versatile camera featuring a 16.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II to deliver high-resolution stills and full HD 1080p video. The two technologies combine to realize a top continuous shooting rate of 5.6 fps, extended sensitivity of ISO 25600 to benefit working in a variety of shooting conditions, and fast performance speeds for quick and candid shooting. The sleek form factor incorporates a 3.0" 920k-dot LCD screen, which tilts forward 175° for your front-facing self-portrait needs. Additionally, built-in Wi-Fi and compatibility with the optional instax SHARE Printer allow you to seamlessly upload, share, and print your photos on-the-go. via amazon


Despite keeping these few cameras around (really just the 3: the FX50, the TX9 and now the LX7), I'm just your Joe Average photographer, shooting mainly the kids, family/friend gatherings, special events, and some home construction-type projects, and other hobby interests. And what I've ever really wanted out of the LX series is a compact, low light-capable camera with a respectable set of manual controls. Exactly what the SONY RX100 is with its huge sensor, and of the two, it is unquestionably the better performer for indoor shooting situations of fast moving kids, compared to the LX3 and LX5. via amazon


The Canon PowerShot SX510 HS is a super-zoom digital compact camera featuring a 30x optical zoom, 12.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 processor, optical image stabiliser, FullHD video, wifi connectivity and GPS location tagging. That’s a lot of technology inside a body that is 75% lens. Can it stand up to our rigorous testing regime? Priced at £229 / $249, we hope so. The Canon PowerShot SX510 HS is available in black only. via photographyblog


This is is currently the lightest, smallest camera with a 20x zoom. It has built-in Wi-Fi for on-the-go sharing (among other things); fantastic battery life; and a large variety of auto shooting options.  If you miss having a zoom lens, but don't want to add too much bulk and weight to your travels, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX300 is a very good choice. via cnet


The Fujifilm X20 is one of our favourite high-end compact cameras of recent times, so the news that it has been upgraded is pretty exciting. However, as the lens, sensor and processing engine of the new X30 are the same as the X20, the image quality is likely remain the same unless the processing has been tweaked. The main change is the swap from an optical viewfinder to an electronic one. via techradar


From up close or far away, preserve the moment exactly how you want to remember it. Capture a spectacular mural that takes up the entire side of a building—or a field of colourful wildflowers that seems to stretch for miles—with the 24mm wide-angle lens. When you can’t get physically closer to your subject, such as a windsurfer sailing across the sea, the 12X optical zoom lets you capture every sharp detail. via samsung


The Nikon Coolpix P310 is a modest update to its predecessor, the P300, and maintains many of the same features in almost exactly the same body design. Physically very similar to competitors like the Canon PowerShot S100, it offers PASM exposure modes and a useful-but-not-enormous zoom range (24-100) with a reasonably fast maximum aperture of F1.8-4.9. Unlike the S100 though, the P310 is a JPEG-only camera and uses a considerably smaller sensor. via dpreview


The Fujifilm FinePix S4300 is available for $199. The Fujifilm FinePix S4300 is a point and shoot camera, which in general means it is more portable than DSLRs but takes lower quality pictures. Additionally, point and shoot cameras do not have interchangeable lens so you're stuck with what's built-in. via digital-cameras-specout

Alright There goes the list, guys. I did not arrange it according to their prices or specs, I just posted some of the cameras I found online that I might buy soon since my camera (Pentax X5) is kind of rusty now. 

Choosing the best camera for you can be a really tough decision because each one of them has something new to offer. It is not about its megapixel or longest zoom, a good camera is about photo quality, performance, features and of course -- design. It is something worth investing for because you can use it not just for blogging but at the same time, capturing all of your best memories with loved ones.
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