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Compact, DSLR, Action, Superzoom And Cellphone, Which Camera Is Best For Travel

Choosing the camera for travel is not a very easy task .You need to have a camera before you know how to make good photos, what are the best angles and how to record every moment of your trip, right? Therefore, the first subject of this series of posts could not be otherwise! I will tell you the strengths and weaknesses of each travel camera option. NoFluffTech gives you  many information related to techy gadgets.

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Compact camera

If you can invest in a good compact camera, I think this is one of the best travel camera options . This is because they are small and very easy to carry anywhere. The only problem is that the cheapest ones may leave a lot to be desired, but there are several options that cost a little more and offer incredible quality of photos and videos.
Those who do not know how to use a more advanced camera and just want to record the coolest moments of travel, this is perfect.

DSLR camera

DSLR camera’s are those that enable lens exchange. They are known by many people as professional cameras, but the truth is that there are several "levels" of DSLR, including the most basic for those just starting out or just having it as a hobby.
It's my favorite camera type! I like to shoot in the manual and explore all it has to offer. I have a very basic - and even very old - DSLR , Canon's T3i , which still suits me perfectly. The quality of the photos is amazing (if you know how to use it, obviously)! If you don't know and don't want to learn how to use camera settings, I don't think it's worth it.

Action camera

Action cameras, sports cameras or waterproof cameras. These are some of the names these little ones get. The famous GoPro and other more affordable brands are becoming increasingly popular, and there are several reasons for this.
They are small and light, you can even carry it in your pocket if you don't have a bag or backpack. The wide-angle lens makes it take up a very large part of the landscape, which is perfect for travel photos. Also, just put a plastic case for it, that they turn into waterproof cameras. It is also perfect for those who play sports because its accessories allow it to be fixed to the head, bike, board and many other places.

The downside, in my opinion, is the price. The GoPro is better than any other brand of existing share camera, but it costs a little expensive. The most affordable options have quality commensurate with their price.

Superzoom camera

Superzoom cameras are also known as "semi-professional", although this is a minor misconception. They are similar to compact cameras, but their lenses are a bit better and have a lot of zoom. They are not as light and practical as compact ones, but they are smaller and easier to carry than DSLR. They often have very good image quality, and even some manual adjustments. In addition, because of the fact that the images can be very close, are great options for travel.
I think these are great options for those who want something not as basic as a compact camera, but not ready (or unwilling to carry the weight) for a DSLR. The only downside is that I can't change the lens, but I still think it's worth it. I started with one of these and it was amazing!

Cellphone camera

The main advantage of the camera phone is the practicality. He will be with you for the entire trip, so no other equipment is required. What's more, it's much easier to share photos on your phone on social networks. I see that a lot of people are betting on cameras with better quality cameras, precisely for this purpose. However, I think that to get close to the quality of photos from a “real” camera, only the most expensive phones.

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