4 Cameras for Beginners

Photography is no longer a luxury hobby, it is too difficult to approach as before. Camera manufacturers have been introducing many product lines at affordable prices but still have enough basic features to bring a beautiful image to users.

According to statistics from Explorecams, which specializes in camera market research, in 2016, there were more than 6 million photos uploaded to photo social networks: 500px, Pixaby and Flickr. Among them, most photos were taken from specialized and semi-specialized cameras that could replace lenses from manufacturers: Nikon, Canon, Sony and Fujifilm.

1. Canon EOS 750D
Canon EOS 750D is a DSLR belonging to the Entry level line aimed at the first time user, and long-term orientation with mechanical camera. It is equipped with APS-C sensor with resolution up to 24.2 MP. Capturing subject will become easier, users do not encounter too many difficulties in getting familiar with the device and can practice quickly.

2. Sony A6000
If you are afraid to carry DSLRs, Sony’s mirroless camera is the best choice, specifically the A6000 model.

Sony A6000 owns the 24.3MP APS-C Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor and the powerful BIONZ X image processor for the sharpest and truest images. Ownership machines to 179 autofocus points almost cover the entire image surface, so capturing subjects is extremely easy even when shooting in unfavorable conditions such as moving and quick action.

Basically, new users can start with the 16-50mm f / 3.5-5.6 OSS Kit which is quite easy to use and multi-use.

3. Fujifilm XA -3
Fujifilm XA-3 is a compact, stylish mirrorless camera aimed at new users taking photos, especially women.

Fujifilm XA-3 also features a touch-screen Live View screen that can be reversed 180 degrees, making it easy for users to get sharp “selfie” photos but simple operation like on smartphones!

4. Nikon D5600
Nikon has launched D5600 towards simplicity but still full of trendy features to revive the traditional DSLR line.
Convenient for shooting and choosing the desired focal length at a cost not too high.