The best cam­eras from top man­u­fac­tur­ers

Com­pact cam­era:

Fuji X70

Great for those who appre­ci­ate advanced fea­tures in a com­pact cam­era

Matrix: APS‑C, 16.3MP; Lens: 28mm, f/2.8; Dis­play: 3.0 inch touch­screen, 1,040,000 dots; Num­ber of frames per sec­ond: 10fps Video: 1080p Lev­el: average/expert.

Fuji’s X series of com­pact cam­eras has been an incred­i­ble suc­cess, and the X70 has become a pop­u­lar choice among those look­ing for a small cam­era with high image qual­i­ty. The qual­i­ty in the X70 is pro­vid­ed by the APS‑C matrix. The swiv­el touch­screen makes the X70 easy to use and, despite the fact that the 28mm f/2.8 lens is not remov­able, it does a great job with all the tasks that a com­pact cam­era has to offer. For begin­ners, the X70 has auto­mat­ic set­tings, while pro­fes­sion­als can choose the most suit­able set­tings for them­selves. This is what makes the Fuji X70 the com­pact choice of many pro­fes­sion­als. And the price with­in $500 is attrac­tive in itself.

Light L16

16 cam­eras in one

Dis­play: 5 inch FHD touch­screen; Lens­es: 16 indi­vid­ual (5x28mm, 5x70mm, 6x150mm), Matrix: 16 sep­a­rate 13MP; Min­i­mum focal length: 10cm by 28mm, 40cm by 70mm, 1m by 150mm; Built-in mem­o­ry: 256GB; CPU: Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 820 + Light ASIC; OC: android; Video: 4K.

Amer­i­can start­up Light has launched a fundrais­ing cam­paign for the Light L16 cam­era, which offers superb low-light per­for­mance and DSLR-like pho­tog­ra­phy.

One small cam­era L16 con­tains 16 dif­fer­ent cam­eras, ten of which simul­ta­ne­ous­ly shoot an image at dif­fer­ent focal lengths. The result is a com­pos­ite image with up to 52MP res­o­lu­tion.

The cam­era is equipped with a 5‑inch touch­screen dis­play. The focal length varies from 35mm to 150mm. The L16 shoots 4K video, is dust and water resis­tant, is tri­pod com­pat­i­ble, and has a host of oth­er fea­tures. In short, there is some­thing to see in L16, how­ev­er, so far it is only avail­able in the US and orders are made only for the next year. But in the pho­tog­ra­phy indus­try, it is undoubt­ed­ly a nov­el­ty that is worth pay­ing atten­tion to.

bridge cam­era

Nikon Coolpix B700

The largest zoom among bridge cam­eras

Matrix: 1/2.3″ CMOS, 16MP; Lens: 24–2000mm, f/2.8–6.5; Dis­play: 3 inch­es, 921,000 dots; Num­ber of frames per sec­ond: 7fps Video: 1080p Lev­el: ama­teur.

If you were sure that Canon’s 65x was the zoom lim­it, you were wrong. Nikon rewrote the game with the 83x zoom B700, which is cur­rent­ly con­sid­ered the largest on a bridge cam­era. The B700 is an improved ver­sion of the Nikon P610. The nov­el­ty is slight­ly heav­ier and larg­er, but many fea­tures remain unchanged — Wi-Fi, NFC, dis­play and oth­ers. Images from this cam­era are of excel­lent qual­i­ty and vivid, sat­u­rat­ed col­ors. The ful­ly man­u­al con­trol fea­ture is also always wel­come.

Trav­el Cam­era

Panasonic Lumix TZ100

Pre­mi­um Cam­era

Matrix: 1 inch, 20.1MP; Lens: 25–250mm, f/2.8–5.9; Dis­play: 3.0 inch­es, 1,040K dots; Viewfind­er: EVF; Num­ber of frames per sec­ond: 10fps Video: 4K; Lev­el: Beginner/Intermediate.

Com­pact cam­eras are get­ting more and more fea­tures, detract­ing from the clas­sic trav­el cam­eras, but Pana­son­ic is respond­ing with the larg­er sen­sor TZ100. Thanks to this, the pho­tos tak­en with this cam­era are of high qual­i­ty. With this cam­era mod­el, Pana­son­ic com­petes with Sony and Canon in its class.

The elec­tron­ic viewfind­er makes it much eas­i­er to shoot in bright con­di­tions. It is easy and quick to con­trol this cam­era, the touch­screen responds instant­ly to com­mands, and a lot of use­ful func­tions make the TZ100 indis­pens­able. Cam­era from Pana­son­ic 4K video and even 4K pho­tos, allow­ing you to cap­ture the mem­o­ry of fast-mov­ing moments.

SLR cam­era

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Flag­ship from Canon

Type of: DSLR Matrix size: Full frame CMOS; Per­mis­sion: 30.4MP; Lens: Canon EF mount Viewfind­er: Optic; Dis­play: 3.2‑inch touch­screen, 1,620,000 dots; Max frames per sec­ond: 7fps Video: 4K; Lev­el: Expert.

Excel­lent per­for­mance, advanced aut­o­fo­cus sys­tem, first Full HD video, pho­to, full for­mat. The most advanced DSLR on the mar­ket today is the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. Almost every­thing that could be improved over pre­vi­ous mod­els has been improved in the new Canon.

It is not sur­pris­ing that she imme­di­ate­ly fell in love with pro­fes­sion­als and became prac­ti­cal­ly the mar­ket leader. The new sen­sor deliv­ers the most accu­rate results, pro­duc­ing the high­est qual­i­ty images. Among the DSLRs of 2016, the Canon 5D Mark IV is with­out a doubt the num­ber one spot.

Nikon D5

Flag­ship from Nikon

Type of: DSLR Matrix size: 35.9 x 23.9mm CMOS; Per­mis­sion: 20.8MP; Dis­play: 2359k-dot (XGA) TFT touch-sen­si­tive LCD with 170°; Max frames per sec­ond: 14fps Video: 4K; Lev­el: Expert.

New from Nikon was announced at the end of 2015 as a suc­ces­sor to the D4S, aimed main­ly at pho­to­jour­nal­ists.

The Nikon D5 is a pro­fes­sion­al cam­era capa­ble of cap­tur­ing qual­i­ty images even in low light. 20.8 megapix­els, high sen­si­tiv­i­ty, advanced aut­o­fo­cus sys­tem with 153 focus points and 12 frames per sec­ond. These are the fea­tures that make the Nikon D5 the per­fect cam­era for pro­fes­sion­als. The D5 is fast, respon­sive and unpre­ten­tious in harsh weath­er con­di­tions. A sep­a­rate plus is that it will be easy for D4S own­ers to switch to a new mod­el.

The only neg­a­tive in it is an imper­fect video shoot­ing sys­tem, but for pho­tog­ra­phers this is not a prob­lem. Well, for those who are look­ing for a more com­pact ana­logue of this new prod­uct, the Nikon D500 is ide­al.

instant cam­era

Polaroid Snap Touch

Max­i­mum fea­tures in an instant cam­era

Matrix: 13.0 MP; Max­i­mum video res­o­lu­tion: 1920x1080; Lens: 3.4mm — f/2.0; Func­tions: USB charg­ing, built-in speak­ers, micro­phone, mir­ror, built-in LED flash.

Instant cam­eras are gain­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty and remain an oppor­tu­ni­ty to cap­ture pleas­ant moments and get instant results. And Polaroid has long been asso­ci­at­ed with instant cam­eras.

In ear­ly 2016, the com­pa­ny announced the Polaroid Snap Touch, the lat­est instant cam­era that is light­weight and easy to han­dle. The Snap Touch cap­tures images at 13 megapix­els, which is high­er than its pre­de­ces­sor Polaroid Snap. In addi­tion, the cam­era is equipped with a 3.5‑inch dis­play and is capa­ble of cre­at­ing 1080 full HD video. In a word, this is almost a com­pact cam­era with the abil­i­ty to instant­ly print. With the appli­ca­tion for iOS and Android, you can edit pho­tos and man­age the print­er.

Like Snap, Snap Touch prints with ZINK (ink­less print­ing). Up to 10 pic­tures can be queued for print­ing, and any pic­ture is print­ed imme­di­ate­ly at the touch of a but­ton.

This instant cam­era will bring a lot of fun to all pho­to lovers.


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