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8 Best Cameras for Photography in Ghana

Digital cameras have become the eyes through which we see the world. Our news is televised using cameras, we see updates from our friends on social media through the videos and images they share, we use cameras to take and store images and videos for future reference. It seems the importance of DSRLs or simple point-and-shoot cameras is only going to grow with the ongoing digital transformation.

With the digital transformation comes lots of different options for cameras. The biggest question when it comes to buying a camera is probably which one is best to buy. There are so many of them. Even though we are spoilt for choice, the best camera is the one that is immediately available when you need it. 

When something historic is happening and you have nothing but your phone, then your phone is the best camera at the moment. But what if you have predetermined the moment you want to capture; perhaps a birthday photoshoot. Which camera do you use?

In this post, we will delve into 8 cameras that are popularly used in photography. They are Nikon D3500, Canon EOS 80D, Canon EOS M50, Nikon d5600, Nikon d750, Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Nikon D5300, and the Nikon D7500.

5 Best Cameras for Photography in Ghana

Nikon D3500

Nikon D3500

This camera has a 24.2 Million sensor (24.2 MP) with no OLPF which is a low pass filter which means you should be able to get sharper images on the Nikon D3500. 24 megapixels is very good and should perform well. 

The D3500 is small enough to take along. Nikon says “If you can take a picture with your smartphone, you can take a great picture with the D3500”. The DSLR camera is also very fast and captures 5 frames per second which means you can shoot all those action pictures you have always wanted such as while running or performing some physical exercise. 

Canon EOS 80D

Canon-EOS-80D-DSLR-Camera-Body

Just like the Nikon D3500, The Canon EOS 80D comes with 24.1 Megapixels. The Canon 80D is a good camera for new DSLR users who aren’t too familiar with how exactly to operate cameras like Pros. It is feature-rich and is versatile enough to be used for lots of scenarios. It is handy and can be used anywhere. 

Low light? Dark Night? Or bright spaces? The Canon 80D’s impressive autofocus (AF) is going to give you the best of results. This comes with a viewfinder with 100% coverage. If you do more videos, the camera shoots Full HD at 60fps. 

The camera is built to be interconnected with other devices such as your phone to allow you to easily share media you have taken to your phone with ease. 

Canon EOS M50

Canon EOS M50

Could the Canon M50 be the king of Canon mirrorless cameras? Well, while we leave this question to the Pros, let’s see what the M50 is actually made of. 

The Canon EOS M50 is another entry-level camera from Canon. It isn’t just mirrorless, it comes with features to make the experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible for any new camera users. 

The M50 has an electronic viewfinder, a great touchscreen to select subjects and make other navigations on the device, and shoots 4k! Yes, 4k! It is perhaps the few entry-level cameras with such capabilities. However, looking at the innovation and competition, this is a good offering from canon.

In addition, the Canon M50 comes at a budget price. Starting a YouTube channel? The Canon EOS M50 might be your best choice out there!

Nikon D5600

Nikon-D5600-DSLR-Camera

The Nikon D5600 is the successor to the Nikon D5500. They do not differ much on the outside and the looks. However, the Nikon D5600 is an improvement over the D5500.

Both are entry-level cameras but the D5600 is slightly heavier than its predecessor. There isn’t much difference between the two cameras.

Nikon D750

Nikon_D750

The Nikon D750 is “For those who find inspiration everywhere…”

Just like all the previous cameras, the Nikon D750 is lightweight, ready to shoot, and good for entry into photography as a hobby or even as a professional. 

The Nikon D750 has a 24.3-megapixel sensor with a continuous shooting ability of 6.5 FPS. The ISO  ranges from 100 to 12,800 but expandable to 51,800. You can shoot up to 1080p at 60/50/30/25/24p. 

The camera is fast and responsive. Its powerful 51-point AF system comes with cross-type sensors.

It also comes with easy sharing features via Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC.

This camera is great for quite a lot of purposes including YouTubing, Photography, and general use. 

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

If you have heard of Canon, then you have probably heard of 5D. The EOS Mark IV is based on the popular 5D series. This series has some of the best but pricey offerings from canon. If you are a professional photographer or videographer, you might want to get one of these, especially the Canon EOS Mark IV.

The DSLR comes with very useful features such as its 30.4-megapixel sensor, good-looking 4k video capturing, viewfinder, dual card slots, and high-quality performance under almost any condition. 

The Mark IV is made for pros. If you are a pro, you need this camera. 

Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300 was the first in next-gen WiFi-enabled Nikon DSLRs. This innovative feature will usher in the next generation of DSLRs that connect with ease to other devices for media sharing. 

It comes with a 24.2-megapixel sensor with an LCD. You may be new to the world of photography or DSLRs but this is certainly a device you can open and start using with a not so steep learning curve to drag your enjoyment of your camera. 

Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500 was released on 2nd June 2017. That is 4 years ago. But don’t think it has nothing to offer to photographers of 2021. 

The Nikon D7500 was created as a flagship through a dedication to high-end performance and innovation. The device is compact, fast, and works surprisingly well under various conditions. Its rugged design allows you to use it for diverse and harsh shooting conditions without having issues. 

It packs a 20.9 Megapixel CMOS sensor,  shoots at 4K UHD at 30p with an ISO up to 51,000 which is expandable to 1,640,000! Be rest assured you won have to deal with noise in your shots anymore with the Nikon D7500.

Conclusion

One thing about digital cameras is that, unlike phones, you can buy one and use it for almost forever. They stay with you through the ages enabling you to capture and freeze those amazing moments. If you are into professional photography, you can start your journey with any of the above cameras. Most of them are for newbies and won’t stress with too much to learn at once. 

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