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I have an interest to buy a camera for the first time but since am not into photography and am new in the game, I will like for you to advice me on the best brand with an awesome camera.
What camera making brand do you think make the best and unique camera?
On phones, for me, Huawei has the best camera quality, because the quality of the picture of it looks like it was taken in a DSLR camera.
Thanks for your tip. I always hear on television about vivo and oppo smartphone. They say that their phone are good for taking pictures.
Unfortunately, they're lying sir jeffreyjose48. I own a smartphone from Oppo and their camera is just mediocre. They say it's 13MP on paper but actually it's not. Same goes with Vivo. I guess it's only Huawei that is being honest about the camera capture quality of their smartphones.
Thanks for your comment. Its good to hear your feedback about vivo, oppo and Huawei. I will buy Huawei smartphone then.
You're welcome sir. You should. Huawei is a great smartphone brand and they are offering the most advanced smartphone cameras on their phones. I actually heard that Huawei P20 Pro sports a camera that is much better than iPhone because the lenses are made by Leica.
Yes, I agree with you. Huawei has become one of the best smartphones in the world, it's one on the top list for users to buy.
Exactly. Despite the issues about Huawei selling their users' data to the Chinese Government leading the US to ban their products from being sold in that region, Huawei still conquered other giant markets like Asia, India, and other regions because of the quality of their handsets.
Thanks once again for your tip. Its only through you that I learned about the good features of Huawei. I will research about Huawei P20 Pro sports.
It's my pleasure to help you sir. There's actually a bunch of more helpful articles and vlog reviews about the Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 Pro. You might wanna search it on YouTube and details given by GSM Arena are also very helpful.
oppo is great and tecno smartphones are a big thing here in my country. There are those which have advanced cameras and numerous people have actually used some of them to shoot videos who even run vlogs using the phones.
Yes, Oppo is great with selfies too, because it has an AI technology that can detect a face and make a filter to it.
I might actually choose it as my next smartphone. I heard they have one which is ultra expensive going by the name oppo find x. I will try to look for one which is rather cheaper like the f9 though.
Face detector and auto focus is one of the great feature I love my camera to have, HTC has some device that have a good auto focus and anti - shake for movement.
oppo is great and tecno smartphones are a big thing here in my country. There are those which have advanced cameras and numerous people have actually used some of them to shoot videos who even run vlogs using the phones.
I agree because I have personally used Oppo and Tecno. They have quality cameras, and I am using tecno even today.
Yea thats what am using currently, a TECNO L8 plus which has a very good camera feature and performs a great task for me and my photos.
I don't know much about OPPO but if must people here can support it then I think it does have a great camera but I stand with my TECNO, it may not have the best camera but it still has good features.
Samsung is far more better than vivo and oppo not to compare Infinix or local phones in my country. Sony has a good camera for both phone and digital camera so it is far more better than both phones mentioned.
I have seen the sony camera on my friend's phone and I think it one of the best after probably iphone but it is also comparatively cheaper.
Yeah Samsung and it's not just their camera that's great but also the durability of their mobile. Most of my cellphones are from samsung because their products are the best of quality and have affordable price. I'm actually loyal customer of Samsung.
Yeah Huawei is of the best quality of camera in the market today. The price is cheaper than the leading brand and it is wiser to spend money for a cheap phone but good has good quality.
Samsung is also sold at a cheaper rate and has a good camera, HTC is also good with that feature and even better that Huawei phones.
I had HTC mobile phone before. I must admit that it has a good quality of camera. Huawei is also being popular today. They have a mid-range phone that has best quality when it comes to the camera and overall performance of mobile phone.
Cheap but quality and genuine is wiser and I would not be passed by an opportunity to buy such a phone. It is nonetheless important to check that it is genuine and will nor spoil after two weeks of ownership.
Yea thats true too, durability is another key, TECNO phones last more than any other phones that have used.
I think the best camera on phone is Samsung, their camera quality is wonderful and they have enough features and filters to apply and make the photo look like an original or camera type.
Yeah Samsung has the best camera. I am using Samsung phone and it never fails me. The camera is one of the main important for the buyer that is why they improve it every time they have a new released phone.
I agree with you. Huawei has been of great help for me too. I like how well lit and well defined the pictures are with Huawei phones.
People are going on the Sony bandwagon and it really speaks of the quality of their cameras. Canon and Nikon fanatics are switching in a heartbeat to Sony. Sony really has changed the mirrorless camera game with their cameras. Even DSLR users are going mirrorless. I own a Sony mirrorless camera and for casual shots of birthdays, graduations and weddings, it really doesn't disappoint even with the stock lens.
That's very true. Sony Mirror-less Cameras are the best and they're the trend in photography nowadays. I am actually considering a Sony Mirror-less camera as my first digital camera ever, however it's very expensive here where I live and that leaves me no choice but to opt on a DSLR camera because it's cheaper.
It's much cheaper if you compare it to a DSLR of a similar quality. It really is a quality camera beyond the quality of its photos. The newest model, A6500 is in demand right now. Photography peeps even compare it to $3000 Camera + Lens combos.
Sony's making huge leaps in the camera world, which I really respect. The a6500 even has 5-axis in body image stabilization, which is impressive for a camera of its small size. I've been considering getting this model solely to take while I travel.
Honestly, I'd made the switch to Sony if their high end stuff (which would be equivalent to the Panasonic cameras I have now) weren't so expensive. Not to mention the battery life of their cameras is horrendous, which wouldn't bode well for me as a wedding videographer.
Otherwise, they make exceptional stuff.
I'd go for the older models like the a6000. You'd save a lot and most of the units sold by Amazon/B&H are still brand new. Not refurbished which is a great deal. I guess the only difference is the image stabilization and weatherproofing. You're saving half the price doing this method. Sucks they still don't have flippable screen from the back and touchscreen. What is Sony doing???
Well, the cons to purchasing an older model are exactly the reason I wouldn't go for an a6000. As someone who does videography, especially when travelling, the fact that the a6500 has in-body stabilization and can shoot in 4K is a huge factor for me when deciding on a camera.
In terms of ergonomics, I really have no idea what Sony is doing, especially with their screen. My friend has a Sony a7s mkii, which used to be an incredibly expensive camera before the Mkiii came out.. The screen doesn't flip out much and isn't even a touch screen. I helped him film a project a while back and I kept instinctively touching the screen to navigate, and every time it didn't anything I'd ask him, "how much did you pay for this camera?"
It just didn't make any sense to me.
You have to buy a separate mini monitor attachment for all the Sony mirrorless cameras. And believe me those hamper your ability to just chug your camera in your bag. You have to detach every time you want to put it inside your bag (with the wires of course).
To be fair, when it comes to filmmaking, it's best to use an external monitor when shooting regardless of what camera you're using. I have one for my Panasonic GH5 (which also has a swiveling touch screen, take that Sony!)
To be fair to Sony, their screens are so awful that you need to buy an external monitor. If I'm doing photography on it, I'd more apt to use the viewfinder as opposed to the screen anyway.
I didn't know that about videography. I barely use mine to shoot videos. Thanks for the info. I agree that Sony needs to put out better products. Their upgrade cycle of every 6 months is ridiculous. They just want to milk money from consumers.
That's true. However, I'm afraid my budget is too tight as of the moment because I'm still a student and so buying a cheap DSLR camera is just a stepping stone for me because I believe I still need to practice more with my photography skills. However, I will definitely buy a Sony A6500 or any other high end cameras in the future after saving more money.
Wow thank you for sharing. I also plan to buy camera and I think I'll go with sony because lots of my friends highly recommend this.
I think for me I would recommend the Sony brand of cameras just like the A6000 because they are just small and light which is easy to carry anywhere you go. It has some great lenses that can be adjusted either full auto or full manual and I think in my own opinion it is the number one brand of cameras in the market today.
Sony does have a good line of cameras. I've been looking at an A6300 simply to use for travel photography. I like how lightweight and compact Sony's cameras are, which is a huge plus for me (since my current camera and lenses are pretty bulky)
Yes that is the advantage of having a Sony camera brands because it has a different outlooks in terms of design and its features such as the weight issue could really be an the edge from other brands out there. I would really recommend this brand to everyone who want to have a spectacular experience.
I never really saw Sony in the same league as others like Canon and Nikon but it seems like that’s changed quite rapidly - many people seem to be singing the praises of Sony cameras now! I’ll have to look into their products in more detail.
I must say, Sony cameras are really best for traveling. It's definitely a best travel buddy. Not only are these cameras good at taking sceneries and other landscapes or portraits, they are also very handy.
When I went for a survey around my area the remark I go from people around here was that the best camera brand for mobile phone was Samsung mobile for phones and Canon for the digital camera which they told me that it was very expensive due to its quality. But have also seen in most forum that Sony has a great camera feature on both side, which is also testified here.
Sony and Samsung have got almost similar specs of cameras. I will say that there Samsung Canon is a better device as you've got so much to benefit just by making use of it unlike what you get from using other products that are in the market.
Yea that's true, but i still believe that HTC android device has been mad to have some camera feature and even has great auto focus and lighting or a good picture. Infinix and Tecno are still backward when it comes to mobile camera.
If you are aiming to become a serious photographer I would recommend Canon DSLR cameras. It is one of the top brand and sure it has an amazing image quality performance. But if you are just a hobby photographer, the camera on mobile phone will be fine. Huawei P20 Pro has great resolution for rear and front camera.
Samsung products are always great and though their cameras are a bit expensive, it is something that you should invest on since they have the best quality. Just go through the internet and research about the current prices of their products before making a final decision on that.
Samsung products are damn expensive and I don't put them on my budget because I will have to add extra fund. Their smartphone as well as their cameras are very expensive.
I've never been particularly impressed with Samsung DSLRs or cameras in general. I'm a fairly serious photographer and videographer, and in my community, you never, ever hear anything about Samsung cameras.
To be completely honest, quality-wise, you'd be best going with a Canon or Nikon camera if you're a beginner, or a Sony or Panasonic camera if you're more of a professional and know what you want out of a camera.
I've been using a Nikon since DSLR cameras became the norm and I think Nikon cameras are well built and it also has a reasonable price, cheaper than Canon, Fujifilm, Pentax and it has better quality and specs than Olympus which is my second favorite camera.
If you're just getting into photography, I'd recommend starting with an entry-level kit. A Nikon d3400 or Canon Rebel T5 would be great places to start. They're so expensive as to break the bank, but they'll give you all the features you need to start snagging some nice snapshots.
I would recommend that you save the money make taking photos with your camera and use it to upgrade as time goes on.
I think this is going to be heavily dependent on people's personal preferences, and most people will agree that different characteristics determine what brand is people's favorite.
I gravitate towards Nikon personally, since I have the most experience with Nikon cameras and have always found them fantastic for the type of photography I do.
This is probably the most appropriate answer I've seen so far. As someone who's dabbled in using a variety of cameras, I think it's more about finding the brand that fits your needs and tastes better.
Panasonic cameras offer great video capabilities along with photography.
Nikon and Canon are both staples in photography, and have affordable entry-level cameras.
Sony cameras can be compact, and have incredible low light capabilities (especially good for travel photography)
So yeah, I think it's about finding that brand that fits your needs, and giving some their line a try.
Even better is when you can borrow cameras that belong to family or friends that cover those different brands, to give you the opportunity to try before you buy. It's an expensive investment to go and fork out hundreds of dollars for a good camera, but then it not to produce the results you want. Being able to really test something out and get a feel for it is helpful in my opinion.
Which brings up a good resource: camera rentals. If one's friends, family or acquaintances don't have a means of loaning a camera, Lens Pro To Go is a really affordable way to rent gear and give it a test run. They have most every camera brand under the sun, and tons of accessories (such as lenses) to boot!
I use them regularly to rent gear for video shoots. Their stuff arrives in a timely manner, and I have yet to have any issues with their product, or their business.
I’ve only use Canon cameras. I usually take picture using my phone. I like the cameras on iphones. I watned to have a Leica camera. I tried it once and it is so good but expensive too.
Yea, iPhone cameras are also good in many aspect, i saw a photograph of a friend which he took with his iPhone, i couldn't believe and we had a serious argument over the issue until i saw the raw file on his phone, that was the day i believed iPhone had an awesome camera.
I have seen photos taken from a Leica camera and it's unbelievably beautiful. I wanted to buy it once but then backed out because of the price. I guessed, I had to stay with my phone's camera for the meantime.
A good camera is only due to proper care and maintenance. Taking pictures is also an art one has to develop. Nobody can take good pictures unless he learns how to.
Buy any camera that has the features that you are looking for. Sony is what I recommend.
Canon, yet it is expensive it also looks impressive. It performs well and the camera's quality is out of this world. It's a great investment, in my opinion, it's durability is also on point.
If you are moving beyond smartphone camera, then I would definitely recommend getting a Canon camera because it's the very best in the field digital cameras photography.
Most of the studios I have been at makes use of Canon cameras for all their business and it's spot on.
I am no expert on this, and I'm not a picture lover. It only interests me if I have them printed on my hand or is hanging on a wall. But I'd say Canon, Nikon, and Sony. Any of these three will do, and the picture quality for all of them are almost the same. Nikon and Canon have a wide range of lenses to choose from, and Sony (mirrorless) is bringing each year new lenses to catch Canon and Nikon.
Sony is still the best camera, it has the quality of an SLR camera, and also the durability of SONY is good.
My current smartphone device camera came with a good camera Pixel of 24 mega pixel.
There are some others devices with better camera pixel which gives its pictures high quality. I heard OPPO is a great brand with quality camera.
I am a sony user ever since and this tech giant doesn't disappoint me everytime. I own a sony a5100, its really a nice compact mirrorless camera and its quality is so far the best. I am keeping an eye on the touch screen upgraded one for much easier navigation. Surely I would recommend sony cameras because of better focus on the subject and more great features just watch it on youtube lol.
Sony cameras are indeed of high quality. Though Nikon and Canon cameras offer high quality photos too, I would always prefer Sony.
I have always thought that Nikon was a very reliable brand. I checked an official Top Ten List published by a reliable source and 2 Nikon cameras were on that list. But they are very expensive.
However, that same source published a list of the best camera phones and the Samsung Galaxy devices win! Also, the prices are very reasonable.
The list you saw for cameras was probably including Nikon's top-of-the-line models, most likely for use by prosumers or professionals. It's always good to keep in mind that all the big names in cameras, like Nikon, Canon and Sony, have high end products meant for professionals, and low-end entry level products meant for people who are getting into the field. These option will always be more affordable.
Canon and Sony are the excellent in terms of capabilities, functions, and cost. I personally like Canon due to their capabilities, in addition to the satisfactory. but, they're taking their time rolling out 4K video. As a former Nikon consumer, I do not believe it is a very good brand except you purchase into their professional merchandise. Their client and beginner lenses and censors have questionable quality as compared to that of Canon or Sony.
It's a real shame that Canon isn't rolling out new features as quickly or effectively as other brands. I started with Canon cameras because between them and Nikon, Canon had the best video capabilities for someone just getting into video and photography.
As time has gone on, companies like Panasonic and Sony have pumped out cameras that absolutely murder Canon's line of DSLRs, which makes it unreasonable for anybody who's video-interested to consider their stuff unless looking at their C-series of cameras (which are stupid expensive).
Not everyone needs 4K capabilities on their camera, even though it's a nice perk to have. But if you're looking to go into photography hardcore, I'd certainly recommend Canon's higher end products like the 5D MkIV and 1Dx, but otherwise, other brands will get you much better "bang for your buck".
When it comes to cameras on phones that I have tried, I would have to say that iPhones and the latest Samsung phones takes the clearest photos. I haven't tried a Google phone yet but I've heard that that they have better camera quality than both Samsung and iPhones.
Though I'm not an iPhone user but I agree with Samsung. It has great camera features especially how clear the details. They only proves us that they are into its quality for the result. I've been using a samsung phone for many years now and their camera is still great at capturing the details. The quality turns greater with the latest versions of the samsung phones. Therefore, I'd like to recommend it for its camera.
I am not sure since I only got to try the Canon and Nikon. For me both have the same quality, the only difference is that canon is more particular or good in portraits while nikon is for landscapes. Someone told me that fuji is much better but I don't know. I am still planning to change my camera since I bought this Canon six years ago.
The most prominent brands have very good high end models like Sony, Nikon, Olympus and Canon has the best DSLR cameras in the market nowadays.
Thanks, the camera mentioned above are perfect but they are very expensive and cost a lot to buy in the market today due to demands. But I still support your stand on the brands, they are the best.
I think iPhones still have the best cameras. Many people would argue that Samsung's cameraphones are better, but as an owner of a Samsung phone, I beg to differ. My friends with iPhones take photos with way better quality.
Oppo is also quite popular in my country, and their main selling point is the quality of their cameras. True enough, Oppo cameraphones take high-definition photos that come close to those of iPhones. However, the keyword here is "come close", and moreover, their advantages end after that. Apart from the camera quality, Oppo doesn't really have much to boast about. I wouldn't consider it a good investment for a cameraphone.
Interesting - I was actually thinking about switching to Samsung after my iPhone contract is up, because I thought their cameras were better, so that's good to know.
The Google Pixel phones have incredible cameras, a friend has a Google Pixel and the quality is downright amazing.
For Smartphones with good cameras I would recommend getting an iPhone, it has the best camera that can take great photos anywhere. When it comes to DSLR Stand alone Digital Cameras, my brand of choice is Nikon and Olympus.
The top digital camera brands are Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Sony, Casio and Panasonic - just to name a few. Personally based on my experiences, Nikon and Canon are pretty awesome in terms of photo taking and ease of use.
What brand has the best camera: In my experience I vote for a samsung. Before I used samsung phone that was given to me by my aunt, it was a lower unit of samsung but i forget the exact unit. The time that i can already afford to buy a new phone, i was interested to oppo phone and this is what i am using now. When I compare my photos before captured by samsung phone to this phone of mine now I can say that the photos from samsung is quit good than the oppo.
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I'd say there are several excellent brands with awesome cameras. It honestly depends on your taste and knowledge. Myself, I simply adore the TECNO L8. Apart from the given quality, I like the fact that many features come along with it.
It just gives you a variety of things to play with.
Sony, Nikon and Canon have the best cameras in my opinion. I have personally used all the three brands and I am impressed by all the three. Canon and Nikon are slightly better than Sony. They provide a variety of options and are super cool to click pics and videos. It all depends on what you want to do though. For a film, you need the best one. However, for functions and trips you can choose a budget friendly piece.
If you're asking about a DSLR you can either choose from Canon or Nikon, I've tried both cameras because my brother owns a Nikon and my dad owns a Canon. I myself own an Olympus which isn't that bad for me because I only use it to take family vacation photos. But if you're looking for the best quality camera for a possible future career in photography , then Canon or Nikon!
For me the best brand that have the bets camera is Oppo. My boyfriend has an Oppo phone and I am very impressed by the quality of the photos it provides. They also comes with different built-in filters, so that you don't have to download an application for filters. But if you want a high end camera that can give you such photos with the best quality, you can go with Canon DSLR. Surely, you can create amazing photos with the help that camera but it will cost you a larger amount of money.
The best camera on phones now is Huawei. Sony also takes good pictures. If you can make Gcam work on your phone you'll be able to take pretty great shots. But if you're asking about DSLR then Canon it is.