Picking the best camera brand is very hard, and is something that varies greatly.Some may say Canon,while other may say kodak or sony etc.Find the best digital camera based on types of photos, size, budget, and desired features. All of the major brands are good. Choose a brand that appeals to you. Then you have to think about getting a spare battery, what size memory card, if you want an extended warranty, how much you can afford, what size zoom, if you want manual controls, the size of the camera, finding a reliable place to purchase it, and the list goes on and on and on…….The first thing to realize is that almost any digital camera will take good pictures. If more people would read the manual more than once, they would be able to take better pictures. Usually, the person assumes it is the camera when it could be them not knowing exactly what to do. Just give yourself more photographic knowledge by doing more reading on the internet. I really believe buying a camera is an individual choice. Here are some best brands for digital camera.
Canon Stands ahead of All Other brands when it comes to still photography. Electronic EF mount much better than outdated Nikon f mount with mechanical garbage from 60’s-80’s, Canon EOS is complete system, with perfect ergonomic and same design concept of the bodies and lenses. In my bag live 85 1.2l from 1997 and 16-35/4 is from 2015, and they work in the same way, quiet and precise af, almost identical finish and work principle, compare such goodness with… my friend giro bag: nikkor 20-35/2.8D, Nikkor 24-70/2.8G, nikkor 80-200 AF -S three different lenses of the same system with different working principle, finish and ergonomics… Nikon is bad system and worthless long term investment because every 15 or so years Nikon invented something new and dump everything manufactured before. As for me photo gear is at least 20 years investment, I bought eos 1n in 1995 and sold it couple months ago simply because I stop shooting reversal film and camera begin collect dust.
Cameras have come a long way and have evolved a lot. The Nikon D6 (Body) Digital SLR Camera camera has CMOS Sensor sensor. As far as the ISO levels are concerned, this camera supports Auto, 50-3280000 ISO. Movies can be recorded at a resolution of 3840×2160 Pixels (2160p),1920×1080 Pixels (1080p HD),1280×720 Pixels (720p HD). It supports memory card types of SD, SDHC, SDXC. Overall, this camera weighs and has 3.2 Inch display to click, and preview images.
Sony Corporation, commonly referred to as Sony, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan Minato, Tokyo, Japan. I have a Sony DSC-W350 and it is just awesome… And going forward to buying a DSC-HX9V… Which is a Compact Point & Shoot Camera with Power of a DSLR! I recommend Sony because it is the best brand if you’re considering for a Super Point and Shoot. Cyber-shot is Sony’s line of point-and-shoot digital cameras introduced in 1996. Cyber-shot model names use a DSC prefix, which is an initialism for “Digital Still Camera”. Many Cyber-shot models feature Carl Zeiss trademarked lenses, while others use Sony, or Sony G lenses. All Cyber-shot cameras accept Sony’s proprietary Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO DUO flash memory. Select models have also supported CompactFlash. Current Cyber-shot cameras support Memory Stick PRO Duo, SD, SDHC, and SDXC.
Lumix is Panasonic’s brand of digital cameras, ranging from pocket point-end-shoot models to digital SLRs. Compact digital cameras DMC-LC5 and DMC-F7 were the first products of the Lumix series, released in 2001. Most Lumix cameras use differing releases of the Panasonic Venus Engine for digital image processing: the original version (2002) was followed by II (2004), Plus (2005), III (2006), IV (2008), HD, V (2009) and VI, HD II, FHD (2010). Some Lumix models are branded with Leica lenses, although Leica does not manufacture the lenses. Others are rebranded as Leica cameras with different cosmetic stylings. Panasonic showed a prototype of a planned 3D Lumix camera in September 2011, saying that it would have twin 4x zoom lenses with folding optics and optical image stabilization for both video and still images. Panasonic collaborated with Sigma and Leica to form the L-Mount Alliance on 25 September 2018, and licence the L-Mount system for their own lines of lenses and cameras. in 2019 Panasonic announced the release of its new S-series line of mirrorless cameras.