What camera is best for your holiday?
A vital part of packing for your travels is picking the right camera. When journeying across the world, you will encounter many different environs that require a different type of device.
Here are our top picks:
Olympus SP-100EE Bridge Camera
Going animal spotting but don't want to get too close? The Olympus SP is perfect for safari as it has a superior zoom lens combined with a 'Dot Sight Framing Assist', which helps track your subject. So if you want to snap a moving tiger you can do so from the comfort of your vehicle.
Available from Currys for £209.99 here.
NIKON D3200 DSLR Camera
For the traveller with an eye for capturing attractive scenes, the Nikon D3200 DSLR is perfect. With many modes for every occasion (Portrait, Night Portrait, Landscape and Close Up), there is no excuse not to produce an image of beauty. It also has the capability to store a large amount of memory, so you never have to worry about videoing a special moment.
Available from PC World for £279.99 here.
SAMSUNG NX Mini Compact System Camera
For those looking to get their images online as quick as possible this Samsung camera is great due to its inbuilt Wi-Fi facility. It is also smaller and lighter than other cameras of its quality, which works well for someone not looking carry much when they are on their trek.
Available from Currys for £259.00 here.
PANASONIC Lumix DMC-G6KEB-K Compact System Camera
Have you ever missed an amazing moment because your camera took too long to load up? Well, this is not an issue for the PANASONIC Lumix DMC-G6KEB-K as its Quick Start feature means it can turn on in 0.498 seconds. Those night owls, who wish to take pictures on an evening out, will be also happy to know that its LowLight AF system means that dimly lit settings won't be an issue.
Available from Currys for £399.00 here.