Point and shoot cameras for vloggers

By Ashwin Nair | Published on 26 Oct 2020
Point and shoot cameras for vloggers
Point and shoot cameras for vloggers

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When it comes to vlogging, people always want a comfortable user experience with their cameras. It is because you do not have a lot of time to adjust the smallest of settings repeatedly, along with shooting videos and talking by looking into the camera. Furthermore, the camera you use should be compact and lightweight so that you can easily carry it around for a long time. These are the top reasons why Point and Shoot cameras are a popular option for vloggers. If you have been in search of one, here are four such cameras that are ideal for vloggers that you can choose from. Note that all these products are available on Amazon, and they have been selected based on their listed features.

CANON POWERSHOT G7 X Mark III

Here is a compact digital camera from Canon that uses a 20MP 1-inch stacked CMOS optical sensor and the DIGIC 8 processor to deliver a robust camera performance. You can shoot 1080p as well as 4K videos with this camera, enabling you to create high-quality video content. It sports a fast 24-100mm lens, which should be good enough to shoot most genres of vlogging videos. The camera comes with built-in support for Live YouTube streaming, which is a user-friendly feature for vloggers. It sports a 3-inch touchscreen LCD that can rotate by 180° upwards and by 90° downwards, which comes in handy while shooting selfie-videos. It comes with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, enabling wireless connectivity.

Sony ZV 1

Here is a digital camera from Sony that has been specifically made for vlogging, as it has a compact size and an inbuilt microphone. You can easily attach it to a stand or a gimbal and hold it for a long time, thanks to the light body. The inbuilt microphone also has a windscreen, which should reduce the ambient noises captured in your video. Furthermore, the camera uses a 20.1MP 1-inch stacked EXMOR RS CMOS sensor. The Video Eye AF system used in the camera should enable you to focus on moving human subjects in the video more efficiently than otherwise. It has a one-push Bokeh switch, which you can use when you instantly want to blur the background in your videos.

Fujifilm X100F

If your vlogging involves shooting in low-light conditions, then this mirrorless Point and Shoot camera from Fujifilm is an excellent option to consider. It uses a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, along with a low-pass filter and the X-Processor Pro engine to deliver robust performance, be it while shooting videos or capturing pictures. It uses the fixed 23mm lens to do the job. The number of AF points has been increased to 91 from 49, which was the case in the previous models. It also comes with the phase detection feature, and this should make your life easier while focussing moving subjects in your frames. Finally, the camera comes with inbuilt various film simulation modes and filters, which you can use to add hues and colours to your content while recording instantly.

Sony DSC-RX100M5A

If you are into shooting a lot of action videos, related to sports, parkour, skateboarding and more, then this digital camera from Sony should aid you in shooting creative videos. The camera can shoot super slow-motion videos up to 960fps, which you can use to highlight the most important parts of the action sequences you shoot. It uses a 1-inch stacked Exmor RS CMOS 20.1 sensor and an advanced BIONZ X image processing engine to deliver good quality output in terms of both videos and images. Furthermore, it has 315-phase detection focal points, which should enable you to shoot videos without your subjects going out of focus even when they move. It also delivers a smooth and vibration-free shooting experience, as per company claims, which should enable you to record virtually shake-free videos.

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