10+ Best Vlogging Cameras for 2018

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The best vlogging cameras discussion is something we can’t skip past as vloggers. The debate over buying, using, and experiencing the vlogging cameras continues to happen and the only way to get comfortable around is having an opinion about the favorite cameras to vlog on.

Today, I sit down to choose my 11 best vlogging cameras for 2018. It’s not an in-depth review of a bunch of cameras for vloggers to get their hands on but it’s more like a list of the most popular vlogging cameras that I’ve heard a lot about.

One of the reasons I don’t call this post a review of vlogging cameras because I haven’t used most of them. So, it’s impossible for me to review. But, as time goes by, I’ll keep trying to buy new cameras and use them, which means, I would be able to review them thoroughly.

Without further  ado, let me share the best vlogging cameras for 2018, which are quite popular among YouTubers and Vloggers around the world:

Discloser: The links to the cameras are my affiliate links. This means if you buy these products, I would get a small commission and it won’t cost you any extra money. 

1) – Canon PowerShot SX610 HS

Canon PowerShot SX610 HS is a decent vlogging camera for beginners who are looking forward to starting their vlogging journey. This 20 MP camera has 18x zoom. The canon is quite popular among the photographers and vloggers for offering a wide range of variety. This camera is priced at $259. It offers 720p and 1080p full-HD video options.

2) – Sony WX350

Sony WX350 is an affordable and good-quality camera for vlogging starters. It does have many features for photography and video shooting. The number of features and modes make it no less than a good vlogging camera on the market. It shoots 18 MP photos and 1440x1080p videos. I personally export videos in 1920 x 1080p and it works fine. The price range of Sony WX350 is between $269 to $299 depending upon the packages being offered by the sellers. Read Sony WX350 full review.

3) – Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS

Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS is one of the good options for vlogging starters who could afford a camera that costs a little more than $300. This 12 MP camera has a 24mm ultra Wide-Angle lens. It shoots at 1080p Full-HD. It also comes with 5x Optical Zoom and Optical Image Stabilizer. The IS (Image Stabilizer) is kind of a big deal when it comes to vlogging because vlogging isn’t always about setting the tripod and getting the recording spot ready with lights setup and all that. Sometimes vloggers are on the go and have to shoot their experiences. This camera costs $350.

4) – Canon PowerShot S110

Canon PowerShot S110 is a mid-range high-quality vlogging camera for vlogging starters. Not everyone goes for a $1000 camera right in the beginning. Canon PowerShot S110 is quite a reasonable choice for anyone who could afford a $400 camera, to begin with. It has 5x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle Lens and 3″ capacitive touch screen. It has high-speed AF and high-speed Burst HQ for a maximum of 10 frames. You can record 1080p full-HD videos, which is incredible for vlogging. The touch-screen feature is quite a plus in this price range. The price is around $410.

5) – Canon PowerShot S120

Canon PowerShot S120 is a slightly expensive camera than the previous one. But it is worth it. This is something that differentiates vlogging starters and experienced vloggers. The experienced vloggers mean the vloggers who have spent time in vlogging and made the transition from cheap affordable cameras to mid-range priced cameras. This camera gives 5x optical zoom and 1080p full-HD video quality. It also has the Wi-Fi feature. It’s considered an advanced camera and equipped with DIGIC 6 Image Processor. There are plenty of features that have put this camera on this list. The price is around $650.

6) – Canon PowerShot G7 X

Canon PowerShot G7 X is a go-to vlogging camera for vloggers and beginners who want the highest video quality right from the beginning. More importantly, the vloggers who could afford a $600 camera or something like that immediately grab this one. Canon G7 X comes with 20.2 MP high-sensitivity CMOS sensor combined with Canon’s powerful DIGIC 6 image processor. The moveable 3.0″ touch panel LCD, Built-in Wi-Fi, and NFC help vloggers get the most out of it. This camera provides 1080p/60p Full HD video with up to 60 fps. It costs around $625.

7) – Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II was the successor of Canon PowerShot G7 X camera which was quite popular among the vloggers. In fact, the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II seems to be impressing the vloggers around the world. The successor was proved better because of the certain upgrades such as the large format 1.0-inch high-sensitivity CMOS sensor,  DIGIC 7 image processor, works fine at high ISO speeds up to 12800. The price of this camera is around $725 which is slightly more than the predecessor.

8) – Sony DSC-RX100M III

Sony DSC-RX100M III is one of the most popular vlogging cameras. Sony RX100 series rivals the Canon PowerShot G7 X series. The vloggers who want high-quality video footage for their vlogs often choose between Sony RX100 and Canon PowerShot G7 X. The quality, as well as specs, are pretty much the same. Of course, both the cameras come from the different manufacturers, so the chances are, there could be a little bit difference in the quality and features. One of the common features is moveable LCD in both the series. It gives you 1080 60p/24p HD video. It captures 20.9 MP pictures. Sony RX100 M-ll comes with 1″-type Exmor R CMOS sensor. It has 24-70mm equivalent F/1.8-2.8 lens and ISO 160-12800, expandable ISO 100, 125, and 25,600. The price of this camera is around $700.

9) – Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV is a successor of Mark III. It has 20.1 MP 1″ Exmor RS CMOS camera with high-resolution 4K movie recording feature. It shoots amazingly in super slow-motion. It comes with super-speed anti-distortion Shutter at max. 1/32000 sec. up to 16fps which provides high-quality shots. It has 3″ inch sharp LCD, connectivity through Wi-Fi and NFC. It does take your vlog shooting to the next level. The pro-grade XAVC S codec10 ensures beautiful footage with the high bitrate recording, and 4K video quality, which is always a plus in vlogging. This camera is priced around $900.

10) – Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G7HK

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G7HK is one of the most amazing choices for vlogging. This camera comes with a DSLM (Digital Single Lens Mirrorless) technology. It has fast auto-focus, 4K Ultra HD video quality, interchangeable lens, and Wi-Fi features. It’s best for vloggers who are interested in vlogging and photography because it does provide help with the photography. One of the benefits of this camera is moveable LCD which is a huge plus for vloggers and probably this is why this camera is quite acceptable for vloggers who could spend around $900 for this camera. However, it could be purchased in refurbished quality for around $750.

11) – Sony Alpha a7IIK 

Sony Alpha a7IIK is a mirrorless digital camera with 28-70mm lens in the deal. It’s one of the most popular DSLR cameras being used by the professional photographers and videographers around the world. This camera captures stunning images with full-frame, 24.3MP resolution. It has got fast hybrid AF with phase-detection, which is perhaps 30% faster than a7. The price of this DSLR camera is $1,798.

These are some of the popular vlogging cameras. There could be more vlogging cameras out there.

Feel free to share your opinions on that.

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