Guest Post by Jessica Simmons
For a photographer, choosing the best camera for them is like finding a pageant winner. They primarily set a checklist of criteria. When one candidate fails to deliver, it is automatically out of the game.
Basically, a photographer assesses the screen size, resolution, zooming capabilities, video options, weight, and battery life. Among the hordes of cameras in the market, eight made it on the list as the best ones so far:
1. Nikon D800
Most Nikon D800 users reviewed it to be a bit expensive but definitely worth every penny. It is a full-frame model perfect for professional photographers of wedding scenes or panoramic views. It also has stellar video options that offer minimal to no noise at all.
2. Canon EOS 5D MarkIII
For sports photographers, Canon EOS 5D has been rated as one of the best. It has improved configurability and performance, which makes it useful for shooting objects in motion. It captures good details. However, it is not that efficient in reducing noise for dark settings, which is typical of cameras nevertheless.