Best Camera – The most essential features, defects, and specifications

Choosing the best camera is impossible, as the best camera for professional photographers is a million miles from the best camera for fans who love thrills. So what we have done is to choose what we think is the best camera of 2019 that comes at the forefront of its field. Perhaps it is because they have more than amazing features and specifications, because they are an incredible value for what they offer, or simply because they are great at work that they are designed for.

1-    Nikon D850


Amazing image quality

Superior performance


The autofocus is decreasing.

Login via SnapBridge

It can be very expensive, but if you are looking for the best camera you can buy now, it is probably your choice if you are not charged, and comes with a full 45.4MP frame sensor that gives incredible image quality. But that’s only half the story. Featuring a sophisticated 153-point autofocus system and 9 frames/s for capture speed, the D850 is a giant photograph in the home and wildlife as well as in landscapes and portraits. The Nikon D850 is perhaps the most complete camera we have ever known

2-    Sony Alpha A7R III


10 fps at 42.2 MP

Fast autofocus performance


Limited touch screen control

No access to XQD cards

If you want a professional-quality full-frame camera, you will always be advised to have a Nikon or Canon DSLR, but Sony offers a range of full-frame, mirrorless cameras that are an excellent alternative. With Alpha A7R III, Sony introduced one of our favorite mirror cameras and improved performance to make it one of the most complete and diversified cameras now available.

With a 42.2MP full frame sensor equipped with advanced autofocus and accelerated tilt system that delivers 10 frames per second, you no longer have to sacrifice for accuracy and vice versa.

3-   Fujifilm X-T2


Superb processing speed

Quick autofocus


There is no touch screen.

High ISO sensitivity

The update of the X-T1 may seem similar at first sight, but there are some huge improvements to the leading Fujifilm camera. Perhaps the biggest update is the automatic auto-tuning of the image. A huge leap forward compared to the X-T1 system, autofocus tracking for moving objects is very fast, while the level of sophistication and customization is impressive.

Take 8 pictures per second, with a smart dual-sided rear screen, a large electronic viewfinder, 24.3 MP resolution and a CMOS x Trans III sensor, and many camera bodies.

4-    Nikon D3400


Premium image quality

Guided and educational mode


There is no touch screen.

Fixed screen

The Nikon D3400 is built on the large D3300 version and is our first choice when it comes to DSLR cameras for beginners. The D3400 is strongly in line with the design and specifications that its predecessor and the SnapBridge Nikon connection has been added to transfer images directly to your smart device.

The 24.2MP sensor offers a lot of detail, and the D3400 is clearly an easy-to-use camera, and you will find the Guide mode, a useful learning tool that gives lessons and explanations of important features. There is no touch screen, but otherwise, it is one of the best 2018 cameras for beginners of the DSLR type.

5-    Fujifilm X100F


Excellent image quality

Hybrid camera lens


The ISO edit button is not practical

Only 1080-quality video recording

The X100F is a unique and unique piece when viewed or used in the same way, but not for everyone. It is relatively large, with an old integrated design with a fixed focal length of 35mm equivalent to f/2.0 aperture, designed for photographers who want a heavy feel, traditional manual settings, and a 35mm camera lens.

It is a relatively specialized camera, and most of its owners are likely to have other cameras as well. The price can be relatively high, but there is no such thing as a fun camera to see and take pictures .

6-   Olympus OM-D E-M10 Marque III


Integrated size

5 axes to install the image


Sensor smaller than its competitors

The battery life is relatively short

While the main specifications of the OM-D E-M10 Mark III do not offer a huge upgrade to the Mark II version, Olympus has refined and modified one of our favorite mirrorless cameras to make it a more attractive proposition for enthusiastic new customers. Some will criticize the compact 4/3 sensory shape, which is almost half the size of the APS-C, but the impact on image quality is minimal, meaning that the lenses are as compact and light as the camera itself. The 5-axis image stabilization system, an appropriate electronic camera lens, an impressive capture speed of 8.6 fps and 4K video shooting is a powerful camera.

7-    Panasonic Lumix ZS100 / TZ100


4K video shooting

A huge 1-inch sensor.


Limited approximation x10

Difficulty holding hands

Similar in size to previous ZS/TZ cameras; however, Panasonic was able to add a much larger sensor in the ZS100/TZ100. This allows pixels to be about 2.4 times larger than in models such as the Lumix ZS70/TZ90, which helps the camera produce much higher quality images.

The rounding lens is not too large though, but it still has an electronic camera lens that makes it easy to take pictures in clear, sunlight conditions, as well as 4K video recording, and there is the 4K image mode to help capture 8-megapixel images for fleeting moments. The camera has everything that makes it a powerful integrated camera.

8-    Canon EOS Rebel T7i / 800D


Super processing speed

Multi-angle touch screen


Camera lens coverage is only 95%.

Plastic materials

One of the best DSLR cameras for beginners, an update of the EOS Rebel T6i/750D. The resolution has not yet changed, but the design is new with the improvement of ISO performance.

Autofocus has also been improved from the old model, with 45 focus points supported by the live focusing system and at the same speed as mirrorless cameras, as well as a newly designed graphical interface, which has certainly made this camera more attractive to new customers. The absence of 4K video and the quality of external materials are very disappointing.

9-    Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 / FZ2500


A huge 1-inch sensor.

Very fast autofocus


Huge, heavy, not cheap.

There is no waterproof protection against water

It’s a bridge camera, a kind of camera that we don’t like very much because the design of the zoom lens requires its manufacturers to use a 1/2.3-inch sensor the same size as point-and-shoot cameras. You can get the look and feel of DSLR cameras, but you certainly don’t get the image quality, but Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 is different. It sacrifices a large rounding set in favor of a sensor much larger than 1.0 inches, the most rational compromise that photographers will encourage. While the rounding reaches 480mm and its equivalent, it is relatively short for a bridge camera, and that’s even more than everyone needs. Certainly, the approximate range of the lens has been sacrificed for better and faster lenses. We like the FZ2000 because it provides both image quality and reasonable approximation, while it also offers full and half manual control as well, and the ability to shoot raw files and 4K video clips.

10-    GoPro Hero6 Black


Slim and sophisticated design

Superior image quality


Difficult to use touch screen

Expensive as an amateur photography tool

GoPro Hero6 Black is the best activity camera you can buy. This is expensive compared to competitors, but you will get a treasure trove of features, including 4K fast capture up to 60 frames/s, and 1080p slow fire at 240 frames/s.

The improved image stabilization system works in processing, as well as sequences that offer a wider dynamic range and better performance with lower light compared to the Hero5 Black camera. And don’t forget that it’s up to 10 meters away, it has a 2-inch touch screen, while the application updated with QuikStories automatically converts and modifies snapshots for you. If you want a camera for all possible activities, you won’t regret choosing the GoPro Hero6 Black.

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