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If you fancy yourself as the next You Tube star, or simply want to share your experiences with family and friends, there are many considerations to make.
You can be a vlogger with an i Phone – the kit isn’t everything – but if you want the professional look of the big names, you will need a proper camera, and choosing the perfect one is the first step.
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Given the choice, we’d pick this camera over the Sony RX100 Mk IV and spend the difference on a new vlogging hairdo. Nikon D3400: £369, Currys PC World If you’re happy to make the leap into bulkier DSLR-style cameras, this would make a good choice.
The D3400 was a big surprise in our group test as it performed much better than expected.
Would you prefer a flip-up screen to check the shot?
Not all cameras give you the option to see the screen when in selfie mode.
But overall it’s a brilliant all-in-one package, and the least conspicuous when out vlogging in public. Sony RX100 Mk IV: £749, John Lewis The RX100 sits at the top end of the price range for smaller, point-and-shoot style cameras and is designed to challenge much bulkier DSLRs (bigger cameras that use mirrors and have the option of interchangeable lenses).
Other features to consider are built-in wifi, 4K recording, battery life and weight.
We’ve tested a range of options to suit multiple budgets, so here’s our verdict on the best cameras to kick-start your vlogging career. Canon G7X Mk II: £549, Jessops Compact, lightweight, fantastic build quality, crisp video and a reasonable price for this level of equipment – Canon’s second iteration of its popular G7X aced our test.
The biggest question mark over the RX100 is its price, which we feel should be slightly lower. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX15: £599, Jessops You would be forgiven for struggling to tell the difference between the LX15 and Sony RX100 Mk IV – it looks very similar with most of the same features, the addition of a touchscreen and a significantly lower price.
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