Beginner’s Guide to Buy Camera

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Let’s start with the types of Camera

Generally there are Four types of camera

  1. Point-and-shoot cameras
  2. Bridge cameras
  3. DSLRs
  4. Mirrorless cameras

Point-and-shoot camera: The most beginner-friendly camera with automatic mode for easy photography. Unfortunately, lenses are built-in and non-interchangeable, though they usually cover a wide zoom range. Quality-wise, point-and-shoots run the gamut from cheap and uninspiring to pro-level compacts.

Bridge Cameras: Kind of upgraded version of Point and shoot camera. they don’t offer interchangeable lens but they do offer a lot more camera settings, improved ergonomics, and more rugged bodies.

DSLRs: Classic cameras that use a reflex mirror inside them, which bounces light up into the optical viewfinder.

Mirrorless: In mirrorless camera light goes directly into the image sensor. Viewfinders on mirrorless cameras are electronic and show the same preview of the image that you’d see on the LCD screen.


All cameras cost a lot. Some of them are really expensive but in general a camera That costs between 50,000 to 200,000 will be the best.

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