Best cameras for beginners in 2020 !
Are you looking for the best camera for beginners? Whether you’re switching from a smartphone or upgrading from a compact, this buying guide will show you three beginner cameras to suit your budget and requirements.
The Canon Eos 700d is my first digital camera! The one that I have been using for 5 YEARS! It’s an identical copy of the famous canon Eos 600d + a touch screen and a new STM kit Lens (New entry-level lenses with silence autofocus capability).
The Canon Eos 700d gave me huge opportunities to learn about photography and filmmaking! I shot a lot of photos and many professional projects, and I have never regretted buying it! That’s why I am writing this blog to help you decide which camera to start with your adventure.
Although it’s now almost four years old (announced on 3 February 2016), the A6300 is still one of Sony’s best entry-level cameras. With its APS-C format compact camera styling, and access to Sony’s range of interchangeable lenses, it’s a small body that packs a big punch.
- 24 megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor
- 4K (UHD) video – 25/24p from full width, 30p from smaller crop
- Dust and moisture resistant magnesium-alloy body
- Built-in Wi-Fi with NFC connection option
- Built-in microphone socket
Canon Eos 200d / Eos 250d
This camera isn’t the cheapest DSLR you can buy by any means, but very often it’s worth paying a little extra money to get a much better range of features!
Panasonic Lumix Gh3
This last one is the oldest camera in this list (An update of the GH2 that was announced on September 2012), but the quality you can get from it is phenomenal for the price you pay, and especially for video shooters!
- 16megapixel Live MOS sensor
- 6 fps continuous shooting
- Full HD 60p/50p video with 30p/25p option
- 3.5mm mic socket and headphone socket
- iOS and Android app control via Wi-Fi