5 best digital cameras in 2016

Once, if you needed an expert quality full casing camera it must be a Nikon or Canon DSLR. However, Sony has transformed all that with its mirrorless A7 arrangement cameras, and the A7R II is its most noteworthy determination model. Its 42.4 megapixel sensor is second just to the 50-megapixel sensor in the Canon 5DS for determination, yet the A7R II is just 66% the size and weight of the Canon. It has a high-determination electronic viewfinder and 5-hub picture adjustment incorporated with the camera body, and the full-time live view that is essential to the mirrorless configuration gives Sony’s A7-arrangement cameras a genuine preferred standpoint for video.

2. Nikon D500

Nikon has taken their lead D5 DSLR and the vast majority of its top of the line highlights and refined every one of this into a littler, yet exceptionally tough metal body. The full-outline sensor is supplanted by a 20.9MP APS-C estimated chip, so it hasn’t got a remarkable same determining power as the D7200, yet it means the D500 can shoot at a quick 10fps, while the 153-point AF course of action is maybe the best self-adjust framework out there right at this point. A splendid all-rounder, it exceeds expectations at quick activity like games and wildlife photography.

3. Fuji X-T10

At first sight the X-T10 just resembles a lower-cost other option to Fuji’s DSLR-style X-T1, and you may expect an entire bundle of bargains therefore. Indeed, however, the X-T10 utilizes the same sensor and AF innovation. The X-T10 has a somewhat littler viewfinder picture and simplified outside controls which don’t coordinate the retro bid of the X-T1’s, yet separated from that it’s difficult to see any significant advantage to the X-T1 that could justify the huge value difference. We cherish the reduced DSLR-style body, the heavenly Fuji picture quality and film reproduction modes, and Fuji’s developing scope of premium focal points. This is top-quality mirrorless innovation at a mid-range DSLR value point.

4. Sony RX100 III

The issue with DSLRs and mirrorless cameras is that they don’t fit in your pocket. They’re fine if you’re going out on an appropriate photograph undertaking with all the apparatus, yet illogical on a day out with family or companions. That is the reason top of the line minimized cameras are so prominent – they join DSLR-style manual controls with a greater sensor and preferred picture quality over you’ll get from a customary pocket-sized reduced. Also, Sony’s RX100 arrangement cameras pull off that mix of smallness and quality splendidly. The most recent model is the RX100 IV, however we’ve picked the more seasoned RX100 III since it’s for all intents and purposes as great yet a ton less expensive. You get a 1-inch sensor and a 2.9x zoom focal point with an extensive most extreme gap in addition to a high determination pop-up EVF, Wi-Fi with NFC, 10fps nonstop shooting and a customisable control ring around the focal point. Splendid.

5. Panasonic TZ70/ZS50

The issue with the RX100 III, and top of the line minimal cameras like it, is that the zoom extent is restricted. This implies you’re somewhat confined to topic, and you may be glad to sacrifice only a little picture quality in return for a more extended zoom range. This is the reason supposed ‘travel compacts’ are so well known. These resemble customary simple to use cameras – ideal for beginners and easygoing picture takers – yet with souped 20x or even 30x zoom focal points. The best cases include some all the more capable controls, and the TZ70 is the best of the best. Indeed, it’s most of the way to being an all out top of the line minimal, with manual introduction modes and the capacity to shoot crude records as well – it even has an electronic viewfinder worked in. We can hardly wait to investigate the fresh out of the plastic new TZ80 and TZ100, however.

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Some Beautiful Places To Travel For Photography

With all its drudgery, the world is still a beautiful place. To add to this fact, there are specific places in this earth that are always picture perfect. If one is a travel photographer, or just a tourist looking to have great photos of the earth, there are some breathtaking places one should consider visiting.

1. Iceland
This place takes an easy first choice. People do not call it a land of fire and ice for nothing. It has a breathtaking landscape and an amazing night and even daytime sky. Of what use are tales to friends and family about the magnificent colors or the Aurora if you do not have a nice photograph to prove it? The beautiful grass and ice covering the landscape is unparalleled. This is a place that does not need photo filters or editors. It is a natural beauty. The rivers, the lakes, the ice, the land will act as a natural photo filter

2. Greece
This takes a close second. Honestly, it is hard deciding which is better between these two. Santorini Island, in Greece is a great choice for many world travel photographers. It has beautiful buildings, and great man-made features. The artistic buildings are breathtaking and the beaches are classy.
Although Santorini is mostly a man-made beauty, Meteora is a natural beauty. It has large beautiful rocks covered in green moss and surrounded by cloud. One should not miss this.

3. Thailand
The country has an amazing culture preserved through their structures. They are worth a visit. Its warm tropical climate will instantly welcome ay visitor. The water bodies, huge rocks and beach areas surrounding it are also a sight to behold.

4. China
China has a breathtaking natural landscape. With beautiful mountains and rivers, this is a destination to visit for great and memorable photos. Places like Zhangye Danxia Landform in Gansu have beautiful natural colors. The Himalayas are another place, with the highest peak in China and Nepal.
The Li River is indescribably picture perfect, with a misty appearance, making it exotic. Tianzi Mountains, have an almost similar feel to Meteora in Greece, but it definitely has its own unique aspect.

5. Japan
The Hitachi seaside park in japan is another picture perfect site. With lush colorful grass, a beautiful sky that matches the grass, one will not be disappointed if they visit this beautiful place.

The bamboo forest in japan is a pretty popular place for travel photographer. If you are one and have never been here, take time to visit it.

6. The USA
The list will be incomplete if the monument valley had not been mentioned. Another great photographers dream in the USA is the Yosemite Valley. There are definitely other great places in the United States that take great photos.

Other places where one should consider for travel photography include, but not limited to: Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Petra in Jordan, and the Machu Picchu in Peru. These places have incredible natural features that will make breath taking photos. Portugal’s Algarve cave is a sight to behold while the icy area in Pamukkale, Turkey should be in the travel list. The African wild and Vietnam’s Hang Son Doong should complete this list because the world, no matter where one is, is wholesomely beautiful and always ready for a good photo.

Future of the Camera Culture

A Little History

Over the past decade we have seen some major changes and developments within the “camera” culture surrounding photography. It used to be that to be a true photographer you needed to spend thousands of dollars on top of the line technology in order to produce even somewhat acceptable images. Oh how far we have come.

Where it All Began

With the introduction of truly viable (speaking of their price points) digital cameras we witnessed a major change in the world of photography. All of the sudden a personal camera that was capable of taking decent pictures was available at a price that everyone could afford. On top of that you didn’t even have to waist money on developing the film anymore, if the picture did not turn out you could simply delete it. While it is all well and good to review the future of “camera” culture, the question is now “what does the future hold?”

What the Future Holds

The answer to that question is apparent everywhere. We already live in a world dominated by selfie sticks and wide angle digital cameras (capable of taking fantastic quality shots) on our phones. This has led to the trend of documenting absolutely every aspect of our life. If you take a look at any social media site, you will undoubtedly be overwhelmed with images of people doing everyday things that until recently never justified a picture being taken. So is this good or bad?

Whether good or bad this is the culture that we now live in, everyone is taking pictures, and they are taking pictures of everything. It only goes further from here, we can expect to see a lot more of our families and friend’s everyday life (but it will be in HD). Not only that but everyone feels as though they are a photographer these days. With editing software built into all of our smart phones we can all take a picture that is otherwise lackluster, and make it stand apart.


On another point, it is worth talking about that the sheer number of pictures that flood social media these days. We are all coming into contact with some utterly breathtaking photography almost daily. It used to be that if you wanted to see “good” photography you had to go to a gallery and look at the work of a professional. These days with lenses the size of a Skittle that are capable of taking images in stunning HD, everyone with a smart phone is capable of capturing the beautiful aspects of the world around them. This has undoubtedly broadened our horizons, we are all seeing new and interesting things cast in stunning HD every day.

To finish up you may still be wondering what the future holds? The simple answer is that no one knows for sure. Some of us may have ideas but the fact is that the sky is the limit. With technology ever evolving it is hard to tell what the next “fad” to hit the photography world is going to be. Undoubtedly though it is going to be exciting to see where it all leads.

That being said, photography has brought our culture together in some ways. We’re more exposed to eachother internationally, we’re able to see what other cultures go through. We’re also able to celebrate certain moments with our friends thanks to photography, such as Kande Photo Booth Events, selfie sticks, instagram, and all the rest. There’s a good and bad to a lot of things, but photography in 2016 has never been better culturally speaking.