Best point-and-shoot film camera 2021
by Eguaogie Eghosa Sep 29, 2021 Views (183)
The best point-and-shoot cameras are ideal for keeping things straightforward. While all cameras are still a significant step up in quality from a smartphone, they all make shooting as simple as possible. There's no need to switch lenses, and the body is tiny enough to go about with you. The mark of an excellent point and shoot is great images paired with ease of use.

There are numerous options available. Point-and-shoot cameras are available at a wide variety of prices; if you're willing to pay a little more, you can acquire features like a longer zoom lens, a bigger sensor, and a faster burst-shooting rate. If you're thinking about taking up photography as a serious pastime, this could be a good choice, as many of these cameras have a lot of space for improvement. If you only need something for casual snapping, a less expensive device will suffice.

These are 5 of the best point-and-shoot cameras to buy if you don't want to spend a bunch and just want something simple and capable.

1. The Canon PowerShot Elph 180 / IXUS 185
For years, the Canon IXUS line of simple tiny point-and-shoot cameras has remained popular. The Canon IXUS 185 / Elph 180 lives up to its reputation as a dependable and cheap camera. This entry-level camera produces 20MP from a little 1/2.3in sensor, which isn't much of an advance over a smartphone. The zoom, on the other hand, is a different story, with an 8x optical range starting at a usefully broad setting corresponding to 24mm and going up to a decent 16x optical range.

2. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W800
Another tiny but useful point-and-shoot camera is the Sony W800 is point-and-st puts itself just far enough ahead of a smartphone to be considered. The lens, a 26-130mm f/3.2-6.4 type that allows you a reasonable bit of shooting flexibility, is once again the star of the show. The W800 doesn't have much in the way of burst shooting, but if you're not shooting fast-moving things, it'll suffice. It's also insanely cheap, regularly less expensive than the Canon IXUS 185.

3. The Fujifilm XP140
The Fujifilm FinePix XP140 can be submerged to a depth of 25 meters, dropped from 1.8 meters on the rocks, or taken into sub-zero conditions. Even without its rugged design, this is a powerful camera in its own right, capable of producing high-quality photographs in a variety of lighting circumstances and even shooting UHD 4K video, even though it would be at a middling 15p frame rate. It's incredibly simple to learn and use, with helpful scene recognition modes to help you make the most of different situations. However, it's worth noting that it lacks manual modes and RAW capability, which may irritate more serious photographers.

4. The Panasonic Lumix ZS70 / TZ90
The Lumix ZS70, also known as the TZ90, is a good choice for those looking for a fully-featured point and shoot camera for travel, and Panasonic's long-running ZS series ('TZ' in the UK) is always a capable alternative for those looking for a fully-featured point and shoot camera for travel. This Wi-Fi-enabled point-and-shoot camera provides adequate control for a wide variety of users while still providing the creative benefits of a 30x optical zoom and Raw shooting. It also performs admirably in both photo and video modes.

5. The Canon Powershot SX740 HS
The 20.3MP Canon PowerShot SX740 HS may be small, but it boasts a lens reach that exceeds what most pros can achieve with DSLRs, with a focal range equivalent to a monstrous 24-960mm in 35mm terms. An LCD that can be flipped to face the front, and therefore the desired subject, is also quite useful here. We also get a slew of selfie-friendly shooting modes, however, the camera still provides plenty of control for those occasions when you need to step in, with the standard PASM suspects selectable via the mode dial. In addition, you'll also have the opportunity to shoot 4K footage.

So, there you have it. Our top 5 selection of the best point and shoot cameras in 2021. Whether an experienced Photographer or you're an amateur seeking the thrills of Photography, these cameras will ensure that the images they capture leave you with a smile of satisfaction on your face. Always!

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