What are the best cameras?

  • #1
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Cynthia Coleman
    "I needed a camera that would capture images at 4k resolution for a photography project, and this ended up being the perfect choice. It's an incredibly high-end camera that takes beautiful, clear photos. I like its style, as well, personally; it's a sleek, simple looking camera - not too flashy. (No pun intended!) The slow motion and time-lapse features are super fun to work with as well, and take beautiful photos. Would highly recommend this!"
  • #2
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Eugene Banks
    "I have always been a Canon fan, but this camera will make me think about getting a Nikon instead. It is heavy and cumbersome to use. The grip is not good especially when taking difficult shots. It is not comfortable and I do not recommend it."
  • #3
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Shirley Sanchez
    "I have always been a Nikon fan ad even though Sony built most of the sensors they have never been able to provide a complete package. That is until now. The A9 blows the competitors away with little effort. Extremely sharp images and motion technology par to none."
  • #4
    Written on October 27, 2017
    Emily Woods
    "While the Fujifilm X-T2 is a great camera, it costs entirely too much if you're not a professional. There are so many other options at a fraction of the price that you should look at before even considering making such an expensive purchase. The lower priced options can really perform almost identical to this one and would comparatively be significantly better buys for what you are getting and what you are spending. So, sure this is a great camera, but pound for pound, it's not the one a regular consumer should be buying."
  • #5
    Written on October 5, 2017
    Evelyn Gordon
    "Meanwhile, 77D inherits and promotes these strengths of the 760D. The sub screen and convenient control wheel continue to appear. The Viewfinder incorporates a proximity sensor that automatically turns off the screen when shooting for battery saving and distraction. The multi-touch rotary touch screen is convenient for difficult shooting angles from low to high. The new addition to the 760D is the addition of a dedicated WiFi button to quickly connect the 77D with smartphone to browse photos, remote control, upload photos to social networks easily. An AF-ON button is also added to activate continuous focus mode when held, suitable for capturing moving subjects such as children, pets or sports."
  • #6
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Jerry Campbell
    "I consider myself an avid photographer. With the new Canon EOS camera I need to take pictures upload them and added them in one simple click of a button. This camera can help even though it’s not always the photographers take the best photos."
  • #7
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Russell Moreno
    "This is a great camera if you are looking for a point and shoot or if you are new to photography. It's a super easy camera to use and the specs are good as well. We are talking 20.1 megapixel and 16x Dynamic Fine Zoom. The price is also really affordable as well and makes getting into the world of photography simple."
  • #8
    Written on September 28, 2017
    Brittany Young
    "The GoPro is a decent camera however I think if you're looking for the best cameras, it probably isn't the best you can get. I think the versatility really makes it a lot better than previous GoPros. However, I won't be bringing a GoPro to my sister's wedding to take high quality photos. I'll probably stick to my point and shoot for that."
  • #9
    Written on November 16, 2017
    Ronald Nelson
    "I'm a beginning photographer, and wanted a camera that would allow me to take quality photos. But I'm hardly an expert when it comes to shopping for cameras. I chose the Nikon D3300 due to its stellar reviews from users and professionals, and its affordable pricing. I've been happy so far!"
  • #10
    Written on November 14, 2017
    Christian Hansen
    "Just an incredible device thats well worth the money. From touchscreen to wifi connections and even full HD video this camera has it all. I've used it for two weeks and I still find features that are just incredible. Oh, the picture quality is absolutely amazing at a true 24.2 megapixel."
  • #11
    Written on November 11, 2017
    Gregory Pierce
    "For a good camera, the Nikon D3200 is an attractive option, with a 24MPs and 1080p. It's nothing fancy; just a good camera. I'm satisfied with my purchase."
  • #12
    Written on November 8, 2017
    Alan Walker
    "Amazing quality at a really surprising price. 18MP, DSLR for around $400 is nearly unheard of, and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I got this for my photography class and have received great remarks from my teacher on my works. I'd recommend this for students or anyone freelance who wants a great camera on a budget."
  • #13
    Written on November 16, 2017
    Sandra Howard
    "This camera is OK. It takes decent pictures, but I still prefer my Nikon 90000 SuperAmaze camera. The Canon EOS 750D is a good mid-range camera for photography newbies. I would maybe buy this as a present for my 8 year old niece. I still prefer the Nikon 90000 for taking extremely uncomfortably close close-up pictures of strangers' nose pores."
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  • #15
    Written on November 17, 2017
    Ruth Walker
    "This digital single-lens reflex camera is among the best because of its top of the line specifications, 16 megapixel sensors, and ability for shoot at 6 frames per second and highly sensitive. It is a powerful and useful camera to capture a wide range of shots. Although a bit pricey, you can't put a price on some of the helpful benefits this camera contains."
  • #16
    Written on November 14, 2017
    Gregory Guzman
    "I love taking pictures of my friends, family, and my daily life. However, some modern cameras can get big and bulky and I hate carrying it around due to its size. The Canon PowerShot G9 X has changed this completely for me and I've been able to capture all the precious moments I want to since I always have it with me! It also does video, which I don't use as much, but it's fully HD capable and it's good to know that it is high quality if I need to use it."

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Best cameras
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Nikon D850 Electronics 146 Paid
2 Canon EOS Rebel T7i Electronics 112 Paid
3 Sony a9 Electronics 103 Paid
4 Fujifilm X-T2 Electronics 81 Paid
5 Canon PowerShot G3 X Electronics 59 Paid
6 Canon EOS-1DX Electronics 32 Paid
7 Nikon Coolpix A300 Electronics 22 Paid
8 GoPro Hero5 Black Electronics 5 Paid
9 Nikon D3300 Electronics 0 Paid
10 Nikon D5500 Electronics 0 Paid

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