By: David Wilkinson | Last Updated: July 31, 2017 |
For landscapes and the outdoors, we break down the top camera models from point-and-shoots and mirrorless to DSLRs
Buying a camera for landscape photography can be overwhelming, but the process should be fun and not just a leap of faith. First, choose among the three main tiers of cameras: point-and-shoots, mirrorless cameras, and digital SLRs. Then do some research based on your price range and specifications. The good news is that you can find reasonably priced cameras in all categories that capture quality images, and many are light enough that they won’t be much of a burden to carry. Below is what you need to know, and all of the information is current for 2017.
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