1. Saxen Van Coller- The Perfect Camera For Wildlife Photography Intoday'stimemakingadecisionastowhichcamera isbestforwildlifephotographyisalittlecritical. Therearetonsofcamerasthatgivespectacular resultsyettherearetwonamesthatleadtheway owingtotheirtechnologicalimprovementsnamely NikonandCanon.Whenweseeacamerawelook forautofocus,lowlightperformanceandeaseofuse andNikoniswhatwewillbediscussingtodayowing tosomeofitsfeatures.
3. Below are the list of a few cameras that can add on to your photography: NikonD4sthisisprobablytherulerwhenwetalkaboutwildlife photography.Itsnewunbelievablefastgroupareasautofocusmode, 1080pvideoatfpsandexposuresmoothingfortimelapse photographyhelpstogivecleancrispshots. NikonD810anotherrefreshingreplacementforyouroldNikon D800.ItoffersahighresolutionintheNikonDSLRline.A36.3MPFX formatCMOSsensorwithoutanOpticalLowPassFilterfor particularlysharpanddetailedimaging.TheadditionoftheEXPEED4 ImageProcessor,heretheperformancespeedhasnoticeablyincreased andthenoisehadreducedthroughouttheISOrange.
4. 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.