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Best Camera For Travel Photography & Traveling
I’m going to go through some of the Best Cameras For Travelling so you can decide which one you will be best for you.
So today’s question asks “Hey Chris, I’m about to go backpacking for 2 months and am looking for a good camera to travel with”. Well that’s awesome that you’re going to go backpacking, I did that around South East Asia for a few years and really enjoyed it. Now in terms of travel cameras there are heaps of different cameras that might work for you.
My absolute favourite camera for travelling is this camera here, the Panasonic GM1. I’ve owned this one for about 3 years and it’s an absolute gem. The GM1 is the wold’s smallest interchangeable lens camera and takes stunning photos. I’d highly recommend pairing it up with this lens here, the 20mm 1.7 from Panasonic as well because you can get some brilliant bokeh with it as well. But really the best thing about this camera is it’s size. It easily will fit into a jacket pocket or a larger pair of shorts. I’ve taken mine around the world and I still use this a lot. By the way let me know in the comments section below, which camera do you think is the best camera for travelling and why? and I’ll take a look at your comment.
Next up if you’re looking to take a DSLR with your, I’d try and travel light. That might mean you’ll need a smaller body like the Canon T6 or even the Nikon D3400. These are some of the smallest DSLR’s that you can buy. If you pair that up with a small prime lens like a 50mm 1.8 or a 30mm f2, you’ll be more likely to take your camera around with you more.
You could even go smaller and get the Canon SL1, which is a tiny DSLR from Canon. Of course as a backpacker I’d also recommend a small action camera.
My favoriite at the moment is the GoPro Hero 5. It’s a fantastic little camera and this version has a few little features like voice control and linear mode which really make it a perfect travel camera. You also don’t need a protective case on this one anymore either so it’ll mean you’ll have less to carry around with you as well which is always good when your’e travelling.
So they some of the I’d recommend for travelling.
I'm heading on a mountain biking trip in Iceland and I'm wondering what camera you would suggest to supplement my SLR (T5i) that would be small enough to place in my pack, but take great shots. I tried a small point and shoot camera, but the speed of the camera wasn't good enough to take any kind of action shots.
Chris, thank you for the review!...one comment on your link (top 10 best)...you describe as "Best Budget Cameras For Travel 2018", sorry but I dont think $700-$900 cameras really fit in this category...there has got to be a descent all round camera for travel... that means one I can afford to lose, have stolen or break and not have a heart attack...and a camera that doesn't cost more that my ticket! Keep up your fine reviews :)
Sony RX100 vest pocket size and decent sensor.
For me anything that's not flat is not a backpackers camera.
For rugged use Samsung TG5 .
Shoots raw, 4k, crush proof and waterproof .
Also live GPS to record where you journeys take you.
May not the greatest sensor at 12mb but guaranteed to last the course and images can be post proceed to up the quality.
No, it isn't. A phone might be the best for portability, but as far as the images go, they suck compared to a proper camera. Don't even bother with my xyz phone is awesome, it isn't, it's good yes, but not proper camera good.
RX100V is nice but 24mm isn't very wide. When I travel I really love doing landscape and architecture. I prefer using my EOS-M camera with the 11-22 lens (so about 16mm at the wide end 35mm equivalent). Not tried the Fuji.
The best travel camera is the highest-end smartphone of any brand. So quick to use, edit and share photos.
But for very tough low-light shots, I'd bring along a little Sony RX100. Anything bigger would be a drag for me.
It also depends on the type of travel you make, and the places you may go. I use a small Leica D Lux, very beautiful and confortable and very good for the night and close dark places, because of the apeture of the lens. It is expensive, but you can use the Panasonic version. For the day and outside I take a Canon 70 D, wich is weather resistant. It´s bulkier but still very usefull, and better with a good strap.
I'm going to Alaska May 2018 and I'm thinking about getting an Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II. A little on the pricier side but I've found them used for reasonable prices and I've read that the quality shots you can take with those are incredible
Frankly, none of the above...and over 50 years of globetrotting, I have tried all the types you presented. My choice now is a high end mainstream mobile. Currently that's a Huawei Mate 9 loaded with a 128Gb micro SD using the Snapseed/Google Photo combo as workflow. I vary format to purpose, slipping between RAW for art through to low res jpeg aide de mémoire and receipts. Automatic upload to Google's cloud was greatly enhanced by becoming a Local Guide and earning enough points to give me a full Gig of space upstairs. only accessories are a tough bumper case, a Joby mini tripod, universal power adapter and a Cygnett 10.000mah backup battery. Regrets? Lack of zoom. Looking for better water resistance in next device.
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