Pretty much any camera is good enough for making videos. But if you are trying to make a profession out of making videos then it’s quite a different story. Well, the art of making videos and earning money through that is known as Vlogging. And to be a professional Vlogger you need to have a professional camera but as there are quite a lot of camera options out there, it becomes quite a headache to choose the right one. So, here are some of the best camera for vlogging that you can start using to make premium videos for YouTube.
Best Camera For Vlogging:
The cameras mentioned here might be a bit costly but if you compare their prices along with the features that you are getting, then you would quite understand that they are quite justified.
GoPro Hero 8:
One of the best cameras you can get for making YouTube vlogs is GoPro Hero 8. A few new modifications were planned to make the Hero 8 even more vlogging-friendly. The key Media Mod is a housing that includes a directional microphone and an external microphone jack of 3.5 mm, an HDMI output and two cold shoes. Along with that, the screen and light mods can then be slotted into the shoes to brighten up your shots and along with that it also supports live streaming but for that, you would need the help of the GoPro Mobile App.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH5:
There is saying “Dont judge a book by its cover,” so don’t judge this camera by its looks. This one will appear to be like an SLR but comes with great video recording options too. The camera has quite a lot of premium video recording built-in options and along with those, it also has a splashproof, dustproof and freezeproof body. The price of the camera is somewhere around $600 and it’s an excellent option when compared to quite a lot of other cameras that come with way fewer features and way more price.
Logitech Brio 4K:
The Brio 4 K has more features than any other camera in this list, such as the option of using facial recognition to sign it into Windows 10. The key advantage is the improved viewing output at a resolution of 1080p at up to 60 fps and the recording at 30 fps in 4 K video format. It can make up for bad lighting with HDR, too.
Well, these are our top picks when it comes to the best camera for vlogging. Hopefully, this list will be of help to you as well. For further information on these products, do leave a comment below and we will get back to as soon as possible.