3 BEST BRIDGE CAMERAS

Firstly, a definition: Bridge Cameras are the cameras that fill the gap between single lens reflex cameras (also known as SLRs) and standard point-and-shoot cameras. Basically, if you find yourself in the grey area between not just wanting to take holiday snaps or pictures at birthday parties, but also don’t consider yourself a professional photographer. If photography is a hobby you enjoy and want to get better at, then Bridge Cameras are for you, and here’s three we suggest you check out.

NIKON COOLPIX P520

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This Is The One For You Because:
– the zoom lens on this one is friggin’ HUGE.
– it comes equipped with a really rather lovely LCD screen.
– its pretty decent value for money.
This Is Not The One For You Because:
– if you’re planning on getting rough and ready, it’s not the sturdiest of builds.
– the GPS positioner on board is only so so.

FUJIFILM FINEPIX HS50EXR

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This Is The One For You Because:
– the on-board viewfinder is top notch.
– the focusing capabilities are amazing.
– there’s a nice amount of physical controls, which makes you feel more involved.
This Is Not The One For You Because:
– the quality of the video isn’t fantastic.
– the menu options can sometimes be a little slow to react

CANON POWERSHOT SX50 HS

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This Is The One For You Because:
– the 50x optical zoom is to die for.
– the lovely articulated screen can be moved to your heart’s content.
– loads and loads of potential accessories to choose from.
This Is Not The One For You Because:
– the quality of the EVF (electronic viewfinder) isn’t the best.
– the camera itself feels quite bulky and not the most comfortable to use.

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