4 Beginner Cameras To Grab Right Now

The Canon EOS Rebel G SLR

This one is a fantastic camera for beginners. It’s actually one that is popular with photography students, and it’s easy to see why, as the ease of functionality is a relief to have when you are just starting out in this artform. You have the option to focus manually or automatically, which is a blessing, because you can start off letting the camera do the job, and then as you can manually control the lens as you get more get comfortable.

Canon Sure Shot 60 Zoom AF

This camera gives you an elegant, sleek way to point and shoot. Just pop a roll in and go! This Canon camera gives you the opportunity to manipulate the lens from 38mm to 60mm, and you can shoot from day to night as this bad boy is blessed with flash capabilities.

Lomography Optimistic Ox

If you are looking for a beginner camera with a bit a of flair, the Optimisitic Ox from Lomography is definitely one to grab. It’s eco friendly, so that you can continually reuse it with any 35mm film of your choice. This camera also gives you the opportunity to experiment with lighting with colored gels, as you can adjust the colored slides in front of your flash!

Holga 120N Medium Format Camera

Want to try your hand at medium format? Holga created the 120N camera that is perfect for the beginner, as its plastic body is super lightweight which makes its incredibly easy to take anywhere you go. Everything on the camera is self automated, yet its simple design allowes you to shoot without many frills and functions. At $59.99, this is an afforable chance to get comfortable with is great opportunity to get comfortable with 120 format before taking the plunge and buying an expensive baby.

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