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People are getting time to step back, introspect and reflect at things around them.

Photography has been with us for more than a century now but the charm and inquisitiveness of it would never go banal. As we witness the ongoing technological boom, almost everything deals with a visual incorporation; from personal memories to huge billboards on the highways.   

The ongoing pandemic has taught us a lot of things – family values, priorities, gratitude and a bunch of hobbies and skills we wish we had acknowledged before. Photography has seen a dramatic rise amid lockdown and has garnered a lot of disciples under its ever-increasing parasol. People are getting time to step back, introspect and reflect at things around them. Photography is certainly guiding a lot of us in that milieu. Here is a list of cameras that would be a pleasant reward to your skill, no matter if you are a rookie or professional.

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Fujifilm X-T4 is hands down one of the best hybrid cameras in the market today.

1. Fujifilm X-T4

Fujifilm X-T4 is hands down one of the best hybrid cameras in the market today. Its full metal body is weather sealed and rock solid, making it a clear choice for outdoor shoots. With 26.1 MP resolution and high end in-body image stabilization (IBIS), the camera is strongly equipped to shoot videos and stills with equal finesse and panache. The camera offers an impressive burst shooting experience with 15 fps mechanical shutter and 30 fps electronic shutter. The shutter has greatly improved from its predecessor X-T3 and gone quieter by about 30%. With 300,000-shot life, what sets this camera truly apart from its competitors is APS-C sensor that counts for matchless stills and videography. It exhibits fully articulating touchscreen, upgraded to a resolution of 1.62 million dots. The battery life is another selling point, as it shoots more than 500 stills in a single charge. Fujifilm X-T4 can be a smaller alternative for a mirrorless hybrid camera that has a value for money battery life, resolutions and 3,690K dots viewfinder.

Price – Rs. 1,39,990.

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This camera is Canon’s first try at in-body image stabilization and it is as best as it can get.

2. Canon EOS R6

This camera is Canon’s first try at in-body image stabilization and it is as best as it can get. Canon has made it clear that EOS R6 is primarily a stills camera, which leads to slight limitations when shooting 4k footage and DCI 4K. It is an affordable full-frame alternative for still photography and has a comparable advantage over Fujifilm’s X-T4 in context of shutter speed. With class apart 12fps mechanical shutter and a striking 20 fps electronic shutter, R6 serves a perfect choice for sports and wildlife photography. The camera flaunts a 3-inch, angled touchscreen with 1,620K dots. It’s convenient and comfortable design makes it easier to hold the camera and shoot handheld at shutter speed as high as 2 seconds and still get astonishingly clear images. R6 is a massive upgrade from R5 or 6D Mark II but it comes with a hefty price.    

Price – Rs. 2,15,995.

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This camera is best mirrorless camera you can buy right now.

3. Sony A7S III

Let’s make it clear; this camera is best mirrorless camera you can buy right now. As a full-framed, video-focused hybrid camera, Sony A7S III offers immaculate 4K shoot that works surprisingly well under low lights. The 12.1 MP sensor alludes the camera’s inability to shoot 6K or 8K videos. The camera boasts a long battery life, allowing you to shoot for more than 30 minutes in one go. Precisely a professional camera, it exhibits exceptional focus, a 9.44 MP viewfinder and in-body image stabilization that trims down tiny jitters when shooting with increased mobility. The camera showcases a headphone jack and 3.5 mm microphone jack, along with the option of XLR audio and four audio inputs via XLR-K3M hot shoe accessory. The camera is free of any overheating complications, which is a problem with Canon EOS R6. A video camera at heart with an astounding ISO range of 40-409,600, A7S III poses Bionz XR processor that elevates performance by 8 times. The camera also offers customizable auto-focus with 759 face detection auto focus points. 

Price – Rs. 2,61,492

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Nikon Z50 is the perfect choice for a mid-range mirrorless camera for DSLR enthusiasts.

4. Nikon Z50

Nikon Z50 is the perfect choice for a mid-range mirrorless camera for DSLR enthusiasts. With comfortable handling as one of its key features. The camera serves as a smaller and more affordable version of Nikon’s much professional Z6 that makes it ultra-convenient for travel and guerilla shoots. Z50 is ornamented with a 20.9MP sensor, complimented with Expeed 6 process, which is in line with of Nikon Z6/Z7. Z50 poses in-built WIFI and Bluetooth for smooth transfer of files to your laptop and smartphones as it works with Nikon’s SnapBridge app. The camera has 0.39-inch 2,360K dot viewfinder and 3.2-inch angled touch-sensitive TFT LCD, which can be tilted from the bottom axis, making it aptly useful for selfies, but not of great use for tripod installation. With in-camera micro-USB charging port, you can recharge the camera via external battery. The camera also flaunts a 4K video shooting that has become quite popular in a lot of DSLRs and on top of it, the camera displays 30fps shoot proving it as a great value for money mid-range camera.  

Price – Rs. 71,999

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