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It may seem like photography is a niche hobby, but it’s actually much more popular than you might think. 

As one of the most popular hobbies in America, there’s something for everyone in this field. From wildlife and macro shots to sports and portraits, there are endless possibilities in this arena.

Here are some best camera for blogging are discussed-

1. Nikon D7500

If you’re just getting into wildlife photography, then this camera is a solid fit. It’s even light enough to carry around for longer periods of time. 

If you’re willing to spend a little more and don’t want to limit yourself to DSLRs (and we don’t blame you if you do), the Sony A7 III is an excellent option as well.

2. Sony RX100 V

The RX100 line has always been known as superb pocket companion cameras for those who want something with a smaller footprint than your typical DSLR or mirrorless camera. 

However, while the RX100 line has always had excellent image quality, Sony has taken this camera to the next level with the new RX100 V.

3. Panasonic Lumix DC-G9

The Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 is a very capable camera for new photographers. It’s easy to use, so it’ll be ideal for those who are just getting started in photography or want something simple to carry around when they want. It’s great at tracking moving subjects and will produce excellent images without too much hassle on your part.

4. Sony a6500

If you’re looking for something a little more rugged and bulkier, the Sony a6500 is a great option. 

It’s magnesium alloy body makes it much more durable than your typical camera, but it’s still light enough to be comfortable to carry around day in and day out without too much effort.

5. Canon EOS 5DS/R

If you’re looking for something with a longer range, then the Canon EOS 5DS/R is a great option. 

The 35mm full-frame sensor gives you incredible image quality that you won’t find in any other camera on this list without needing to go up any higher in price tag. 

If you want something even more durable, it’s also available in other configurations as well, including 4K Super 35mm.

6. Panasonic Lumix GH5

Panasonic’s Lumix GH5 is one of the best cameras for videographers on the market. 

It’s also much easier to use than most video-centric cameras out there, so it will be a good choice for any photographer who wants to expand their horizons to include video. 

It has much in common with Panasonic’s mirrorless camera, but it’s larger and heavier. The tradeoff is worth it in this case, though.

7. Sony A7R III

The Sony A7R III is another excellent option for videographers who want something that will give them top-of-the-line image quality in both photos and videos alike. 

This camera has incredible dynamic range and is capable of shooting 1080p at 240fps. It’s also one of the only full-frame cameras on this list, making it ideal for those who want something larger without sacrificing any photographic capabilities.

8. Canon EOS M50

Finally, the Canon EOS M50 is an excellent camera for those who want something with a little more of an edge, but still want to retain the typical “entry-level” camera quality. 

It has relatively small size and weight for this type of system, making it ideal for those who want to take it on-the-go. 

It also has impressive resolution (24 megapixels) and stabilization, making it a great option for travel use.

9. Sony A7R II

The Sony A7R II is an excellent option for those who want something with a bit more to offer in terms of video features. 

It’s smaller than the N III, but it’s still big enough to allow for some impressive video capabilities. If you’re willing to spend a little less, the Nikon D750 has some nice features for videographers, though its sensor isn’t quite up to par with what you’ll get in the Sony or Canon solutions.

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