By Darlene Hildebrandt

4 Popular cameras compared

With so many cameras on the market now it’s hard to know which one to buy if you’re just getting into digital photography. Should you get a full on DSLR or go for the more streamlined mirrorless ones?

In this video Tony Northrup and his partner Chelsea do a comparison of four different cameras in roughly the same price range (under $1000) including:

Watch as they put all four cameras through their paces doing a portrait in studio, outdoor landscape photography, and a sports simulation (action photography).

Each camera has pros and cons, so there is no one perfect choice. It’s about knowing what your needs are and selecting the one that is right for you.

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