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Top 5 digital cameras for photography in 2022

Top 5 digital cameras for photography in 2022

Everyone has a digital camera in today’s world. While back in the day this meant an expensive, bulky device that only serious photographers used, today’s cameras range from cheap and cheerful right up to ultra-professional. But with so many on the market, where do you start? Here at Editech, we have done the legwork for you and rounded up six of our favourite brands and models of compact digicams. 

  1. Sony A7 IV

It was never going to be easy to follow Sony’s amazing A7 III, but the A7 IV is a respectable sequel. It’s an intriguing mirrorless alternative for hybrid shooters, with a new 33MP sensor that’s good for both stills and video.

Sony’s class-leading autofocus is included, as well as enhancements like 10-bit video playback and a nearly infinite buffer depth with a CFexpress card. Our testing revealed that this buffer is larger than most shooters will require, with image quality favouring resolution over low-light performance.

  1. Nikon D3500

The Nikon D3500 has long been one of our favourites. It’s not the most complex DSLR on the market, but its ease of use, controls, and image quality make it our top pick for anybody just getting started with photography. The D3500 lacks a number of features, including a fixed back screen that isn’t touch-sensitive, hybrid on-sensor autofocus, and the ability to capture 4K video. However, its 24-megapixel sensor produces extremely crisp and high-quality photographs.

  1. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV

The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV is great for learning about photography and video and portable enough for daily usage, with a flip-over screen for selfies and extremely good in-body autofocus. The E-M10 Mark IV is an entry-level camera that can handle pretty much everything, with 4K footage and beautiful aesthetics. Its Micro Four Thirds sensor is smaller than that of other mirrorless cameras or DSLRs, but the lenses are smaller and lighter. This is a fantastic tiny camera that is far more powerful than it appears and might last you a long time.

  1. Fujifilm X-T4

The Fujifilm X-T4 adds in-body image autofocus (IBIS), quicker burst shooting, and some effective design adjustments to the X-solid T3’s foundation. A larger battery (which lasts 500 photos per charge) and enhanced focusing completely its all-around abilities, establishing it as dependable in most situations.

  1. Canon EOS R6

While the Canon EOS R5 is overkill for most photographers, the EOS R6 is a more inexpensive full-frame option that is simply one of the greatest cameras for photography available. This is a good upgrade if you already possess one of Canon’s early mirrorless full-framers, such as the EOS R, or any of its DSLRs. The EOS R6 has best-in-class autofocus, a brilliant in-body image focusing technology, and burst shooting capabilities, according to our evaluation, making it a great camera for wildlife or sports photography.

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