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Why is the Canon PowerShot G7X Often Used for YouTube Vlogging?

Camera Overview Sensor1″ BSI-CMOSImage Quality1080p60Weight10.7oz / 304gFlip Screen External Mic Port ​Stabilization Our Rating buy on amazon There’s a new version of this camera available: Canon Powershot G7X Mark II The is a vlogging camera used by many successful YouTubers. Since its price range is quite high, this camera is aimed at more serious vloggers that […]

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Review: Is the Nikon COOLPIX L840 the Right Choice for Vlogging?

Camera Overview Sensor1/2.3″ CMOSImage Quality1080p30Weight (No lens)1.18lb / 538gFlip Screen External Mic Port ​Stabilization Our Rating buy on amazon EDIT: This camera was replaced by the . It’s basically the same camera, but with ISO limited to 3200 and adds manual exposure mode and Bluetooth. It’s for good reasons that this camera has turned into one of the […]

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Review: Why the Fujifilm FinePix S8600 is a Good Cheap Camera for Vlogging

Max. Recording Quality: 720p30| MP: 16 | ISO: 100 – 6400 |Flip Screen: No | Touchscreen: No| WiFi: No | External Mic. Port: No | Video File Format: .AVI | Sensor: 1/2.3″ CCD Sensor| Internal Memory: No | Battery: 250 shots | Focal Length: 25 – 900mm | Max Aperture: f2.9 (wide) – f6.5 (tele) The is a camera near the $100 mark. Even though it lacks some useful features for vlogging, its […]

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Review: Why the Canon PowerShot G5 X is Good for Vlogging

Max. Recording Quality: 1080p60| MP: 20.2 | ISO: 125 – 12800 |Flip Screen: Yes | Touchscreen: Yes| WiFi: Yes | External Mic. Port: No | Video File Format: MP4, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 | Sensor: 1″ BSI-CMOS Sensor| Internal Memory: No | Battery: 210 shots | Focal Length: 24 – 100mm | Max Aperture: f1.8 (wide) – f2.8 (tele) The is a fairly new camera. There are various reasons why I recommend this camera if you’re […]

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