There are tons of cameras that give spectacular results yet there are two names that lead the way owing to their technological improvements namely Nikon and Canon.
Saxen Van Coller- The Perfect Camera For Wildlife PhotographyIn today's time making a decision as to which camera is best for wildlife photography is a little critical. There are tons of cameras that give spectacular results yet there are two names that lead the way owing to their technological improvements namely Nikon and Canon. When we see a camera we look for autofocus, low light performance and ease of use and Nikon is what we will be discussing today owing to some of its features.
When we are talking about cameras, Nikon is probably the obvious winner in the game. It offers the Nikon D4s, Nikon D180 if you shoot with a Nikon then the D4s is amazing for autofocus and extreme low light capabilities. The D810 is perfect for its video ability i.e. to make enlargements and landscapes. For serious pro photographers this is the perfect choice if you have an unlimited budget. When you are travelling make sure you carry two bodies as this gives you the ability to mount a different lens on, for quick shooting and serves as a backup in case the camera is lost.
Below are the list of a few cameras that can add on to your photography:Nikon D4s- this is probably the ruler when we talk about wildlife photography. Its new unbelievable fast group areas autofocus mode, 1080p video at fps and exposure smoothing for time-lapse photography helps to give clean crisp shots. Nikon D810- another refreshing replacement for your old Nikon D800. It offers a high resolution in the Nikon DSLR line. A 36.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor without an Optical Low Pass Filter for particularly sharp and detailed imaging. The addition of the EXPEED 4 Image Processor, here the performance speed has noticeably increased and the noise had reduced throughout the ISO range.
Nikon D750 - this is somewhat similar to the Nikon D810. Its buffer and MP is smaller but it comes with a faster fps and is less expensive. This FX-format camera is well suited for both still imaging and video recording. Its best feature, according to Saxen Van Coller is the 24.3MP CMOS sensor along with the EXPEED 4 Image processor, that helps to capture high resolution imagery with smooth color gradations. It also has low noise and sensitivity to an expandable ISO 51200 at a continuous shooting rate of up to 6.5 fps. This is designed for the contemporary image maker and is poised to benefit still photographers and videographers alike. Nikon D7200- a camera that is poised to deliver perfect shots in the most challenging situations. It has a versatile DX-format, a DSLR that caters to both still photography and video users. Featuring a 24.2MP Cmos sensor which lacks an optical low-pass filter and an EXPEED 4 image processor. It records up to 6fps at full resolution, or 7fps at a 1.4x crop with a 100 frame buffer for extended high speed shooting. An all rounder performing both still and video realms with an all around shooter that blends with sophisticated imaging technologies with a refined handling and design.
These are a few of Saxen Van Coller's favorites. She suggests that if you are on a budget or can spend an unlimited amount then its best to pick a Nikon camera owing to variation in the features and pricing that suits everyone.