What type of camera is the best?

What type of camera is the best? Topic: Branding company business plan
June 26, 2019 / By Darby
Question: Its almost my birthday and I am planning on getting a camera, thats small but can take picture and video. It's between nikon and sony. Which ones the best?
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Azaniah Azaniah | 9 days ago
It is not this easy. There are good and bad cameras in both Nikon and Sony's line up, so it's hard to just say if Nikon or Sony is better as an entire brand. However, there are some interesting things, such as, most Nikon camera uses a Sony sensor, so there is a little bit of Sony in every Nikon you buy (for dslr at least, and probably a lot of other brands uses Sony sensor as well. Not panasonic, since they make their own sensor). But let me say one thing: Nikon is a company who's business is all about specialized in making optical glass and camera(because their other divisions aren't doing very well), while Sony make just about everything that runs on electric... so which one would you go to?
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Azaniah Originally Answered: Getting a cheap film camera. does the type of film matter more or the camera?
As long as the camera is working properly and the lens or lenses are decent quality it is the film that matters most. Try some Kodak Ektar 100 color print film - I love the stuff and so do a lot of other people! I have some thrift store cameras - if you are serious email me and I'll give you some more information. It is always "iffy" to get a thrift store camera so if you can thoroughly try out the camera before you buy it or go to a thrift store that has a return policy. Sometimes you can get lucky and find a decent camera and sometimes you get a broken camera or a lens with fungus or a ton of dust in it so be careful. You are better off to buy a used camera from a dealer if the dealer is honest. You also have to be careful about which brand and model of camera and lenses to seek so be sure and research whether or not the gear you are looking at is worth getting because some of it isn't worth it unless you just want a camera to sit on your shelf as a decoration and that doesn't seem to be what you want. Email me and I will try and give you some further suggestions and tell you which thrift shop cameras I have and which ones I would like to go for if I continued to go that route. BTW: avoid the Lomography and Holga cameras unless you enjoy not knowing what you are going to get - they are cheap cameras meant for experimentation, not serious photography, because they are notorious for light leaks.

Wenda Wenda
I would go with Nikon as I do not personally care for Sony cameras or video recorders. However when it comes to televisions or DVD players nothing beats a Sony.
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Shantelle Shantelle
I would suggest Canon PowerShot SD1200IS 10 MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch LCD
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Orla Orla
canon sd1200 my suggestion go to the links below for help http://www.adorama.com/alc/ http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/compare.... http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-camera-b... http://www.dynamicgraphics.com/dgm/Article/28819 http://www.pcworld.com/article/125645/how_to_buy_a_digital_camera.html
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