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4 Of The Best Budget Cameras For Beginners In 2019

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It can be tricky buying your first camera. Don’t worry. We are here to help you find the best budget cameras.

With photography and videography, as a beginner, the camera you choose will determine a lot. There are a few things one needs to consider when purchasing a new camera; ease of use, price point and portability of the device.

The easier a camera is to use, the less stressed a person will be. With cameras comfort is key and the easier it is to use a camera, the more comfortable you will be. The more you will get used to the art and turn it from passion to profession.

You may not have as high a budget as people who have devoted their lives to the profession. You probably don’t want to spend too much money because as you progress, you will want to upgrade your kit.

The size of the camera is also a huge factor. With a lighter, smaller budget camera, you are more likely to walk around with it more and use it on a daily basis. This will develop your skills and attachment to the profession.

Here are 4 of the best beginner budget cameras that could be the beginning of your photographic journey.

CANON EOS REBEL SL2

Canon

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  • 24.2 Megapixel Camera
  • Optical viewfinder
  • Small and portable
  • CMOS Autofocus system
  • A flip-out LCD Panel with touchscreen capabilities
  • NFC and Bluetooth Capabilities
  • Full HD recording
  • KSH 50,000
  • No 4K video

NIKON D53OO

Nikon

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  • 24.2 Megapixel Camera
  • 1080p Video Resolution
  • Continuous shooting at 5fps
  • 2 inch LCD display
  • KSH 35,000-40,000
  • No touchscreen/flip-out panel

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10 III

Olympus

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  • Great build quality
  • Mirrorless Camera
  • 16-megapixel micro four-thirds sensor
  • Small and easy to carry around
  • Three-inch touchscreen tilting LCD
  • Five-axis image stabilization
  • KSH 50,000

PANASONIC LUMIX FZ300

Lumix

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  • 24x zoom F2.8 Leica lens
  • 4K Video shooting capabilities
  • Continuous shooting at 10fps
  • KSH 40,000
  • 3-inch touchscreen tilting LCD panel
  • No multi-functioning ring.
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Comment down below which one you think would be the best camera for you and if your budget camera is not here, add it to our list.

 

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