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Blog > February 2018 > Best Digital Cameras for Every Budget
2/8/2018 2:54:29 PM | with 0 comments
Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, photography is more than a simple act. It’s a calling, it’s a vocation, it’s something that means something. That’s why we at Techscheme have banged our heads together and made a list of some of the best digital cameras available at our partners Currys PC World for you to peruse. Remember, buying through Techscheme lets you save up to 12% on the listed price while spreading the cost over up to three years.

Nikon D7500 DSLR Camera
The Nikon D7500 is a beast of a machine. It has a 20.9 Megapixel DX-format for crisp, detailed images with rich tonal gradations. The EXPEED 5 processing engine dramatically reduces fine noise in the ISO range, which is impressive in itself at 1640000 – allowing for some stunning low-light image and video capturing.

It shoots video in 4K Ultra HD at 30fps (or 60fps at Full HS 1080p), has 51-point autofocus system that easily tracks moving subjects at low-light and the Advanced Scene Recognition working with 180k-pixel RGB metering sensors mean you’re able to capture images at precise exposure. It’s a supremely impressive camera for serious photographers.

Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Camera with 16-50 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens
Next is Fujifilm’s X-T20, the perfect camera for serious hobbyists. It’s got a great reliable zoom lens that you can get into straight away, whether you want to snap a quick pic on the street, capture the beautiful countryside or take a portrait. The 24 Megapixel sensor lets you take professional quality images with a large phase detection auto-focus area so that you won’t miss any of those little details.

The lightweight design with LCD vari-angle touchscreen means that’s it’s easy to use in every situation, even at tight angles. The X-T20 shoot video at 4K UltraHD and Full HD and the camera also includes great time-lapse features for those perfect arty shots.

Canon EOS 200D DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-f/5.6 DC & 50 mm f/1.8 STM Lens
Next up is the Canon EOS 200D with its 24.2 Megapixel sensor with great low-light capabilities that let you capture not just quality images, but preserve the atmosphere of the environment with them. It comes with two lenses; there’s a 50mm prime lens that’s perfect for portraiture and capturing compelling closer-range shots of the world around you.

Then there’s the 18-55mm zoom lens that lets you run the whole gamut - getting you closer to those inaccessible objects, setting you up for great close-up portraits or widening the field for excellent wide-angle landscape pictures.

Panasonic Lumix DC-GX800 Mirrorless Camera with 12-32 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens
We’ll finish on the Panasonic Lumix a more affordable camera those non-professionals who just love photography. The 16 Megapixel sensor lets you take great pictures and capture video at 4K or Full HD with a fold out flash and low-light autofocus for those darker situations. There’s optical image stabilisation built right into the lens which will compensate for not-so-steady hands letting you take sharp, blur-free pictures.

It’s a great camera to whip out for either a dynamic landscape shot or a fun selfie, in fact, the camera comes with some great selfie features like Beauty Retouch and Panorama Selfie to help you take the best pictures of your face possible.
Model Listed Price Savings Techscheme Price
Nikon D7500 £1299.00 £155.88 £1143.12
Fujifilm X-T20 £899.00 £107.88 £791.12
Canon EOS 200D £699.00 £83.88 £615.12
Panasonic Lumix £379.00 £45.48 £333.52
*Based on listed price at Currys PC World at the time of writing.

Whether you’re after something professional, or just a high-quality camera to feed your artistic impulses, you’ll find something on this list. These are our picks, but, of course, you’ll find more online with our partners at Currys PC World. Remember buying through Techscheme will save you up to 12% on all those prices at Currys, including those on sale, and we’ll even help you spread the cost over up to three years.
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