Best Digital Cameras

Anyway, we're trying to keep up with time. Therefore, time has not been spent on the study of sufficiently cheap “mass” compacts, which are indeed virtually completely depressed by the possibilities of modern smartphones.

In addition, there was no objective incident this year of any interest in the budgetless, presented in the store by the models Fujifilm X-A2, Nikon 1 J5, Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF7 and Canon EOS M10.

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Thus, our experts considered the following classes: mirror cameras valued at $1,000 and above that amount, flagship and vice-flagman skyscrapers, top compact cameras with light-powered non-replaceable optic and large matrices, and ultrasounds.

Best ultrasound

As you may recall, we have made repeated references in our articles to the topic of ultrasound cameras. In fact, the ultims are the last. digital cameras with small-scale tyrometer matrices relatively successfully resisting the entry of smartphones.

The secret of insanity is simple: a wide range of focus areas. It's what keeps it up to producers - sometimes to the detriment of the overall quality of the picture.

Based on the optical shortness achieved, the best ultimum of 2015 is to recognize Nikon Coolpix P900, a machine that has reached the highest level of shortness to date: x83. In equivalent focus ranges, the Nikon Coolpix P900 range looks like 24 to 200 millimetres. Of course, with this broad coverage, it is difficult to ensure the uniform quality of the picture - and the size of the matrix (6, 17 per 4, 55 millimetres) is not very helpful. The lighting of the Nikon Coolpix P900 facility is between F/2, 8 and F/6, 5. The last meaning doesn't seem very optimistic, given that the known formula recommends that we at the narrow end not be more than 1/2000 of the second. Fortunately, the camera developers have included an optical stabilizer in its design, whose performance is estimated at five stages (i.e., in our case, it is not possible to extract the 1/2000 instead of 1/60).

Nikon Coolpix P900 in many aspects appears to be a compromise solution. The model does not support the RAW data recording, does not have an external flash and is in the hands of a rather cumbersome. But for those who have an iPhone shot against the need for a quick shift in focus areas, Nikon Coolpix P900 is the best option in 2015.

Best mirrors worth over $1,000

The year 2015 has become a fairly " empty " for mirror cameras, especially in the price niche of over $1,000. In fact, only three and a half cells were represented, with a couple of Canon EOS 5DS/EOS 5DS R " half-way " , and Nikon D810A as a principally new apparatus.

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