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The future of the entertainment industry is without a doubt gearing towards online, all thanks to social media platforms and streaming sites like YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Twitch, and Facebook serving as avenues for aspiring content creators, filmmakers, and vloggers to showcase their craft.

As for individuals who want to dip their toes into the world of vlogging, it’s essential to know that having the right camera plays a big role in fulfilling your dreams of becoming the next PewDiePie or Nas Daily. And while your smartphones can pretty much do the job, it’s imperative to have a dedicated camera that will meet your shooting requisites and standards while ensuring the overall quality of your output.

Whether you’re a seasoned vlogger looking for a rig upgrade, or a newbie turning over a new leaf as a content creator, SM Cyberzone lists its top camera picks for shooting your next viral-worthy vlogs.

Sony ZV-1
Ideal for: Tutorials, gaming, tech reviews

One of the main traits that make the Sony ZV-1 a popular choice among vloggers is its compact form factor with key functionalities at par with Sony’s RX100 series. This camera is capable of recording 4K videos, with a built-in three-capsule microphone and Multi-Interface Shoe to accommodate external accessories for full video setup. Its Vari-Angle LCD Screen allows users to frame and roll videos in selfie mode, ideal for tutorials, gaming, tech reviews, and video diary.

Canon EOS M6 Mark II
Ideal for: BTS, short narrative (skit), video diary, travel

A significant upgrade bump from its predecessors, Canon’s M6 Mark II boasts its massive 32.5MP – a feature being shared with its big brother, the Canon 90D. This mirrorless compact camera is capable of shooting UHD 4K videos at 30p and 25p, with an EF-M mount to accommodate compatible lenses. This makes it perfect for shooting more elaborate vlogs like movie-quality skits, narratives, travel videos, and behind the scenes.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III
Ideal for: Sports, travel, adventure, food/cooking

A vintage-looking camera packed with ultra-modern features, the Olympus’ OM-D E-M5 is a firm contender among other brands in terms of delivering crisp, vibrant imagery. Vloggers who thrive on adrenaline-rushing footages and sleek camera movements can take advantage of Olympus’ weather-sealed construction for worry-free action-packed shots. Meanwhile, its Cinema (DCI) and UHD 4k capabilities are paired with 5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization provides uncompromising details in full motion.

Nikon Z50
Ideal for: Live videos + stories on IG and FB, Twitch, TikTok videos

In hindsight, Nikon’s Z50 is the mirrorless iteration of its mid-range D7500 DSLR counterpart. This makes it a two-for-one bargain for beginner vloggers who also dabble in basic photography. The camera shoots in UHD 4K at both 24 and 30fps, with 1080p slow-motion shooting capability and vertically optimized video recording that’s perfect for uploading Live videos on TikTok, IGTV, as well as FB and IG stories.

GoPro Hero 7
Ideal for: Travel, adventure sports, fitness, watersports

GoPro is no stranger to taking action shots at extreme conditions. That’s why this camera is perfect for thrill-seeking vloggers who are into travel, watersports, and outdoor videos. The camera’s unparalleled durability needs no further elaboration, whatsoever. And adding to its gimbal-esque HyperSmooth Video Stabilization to complement the 4K60 video mode is the voice-control capability, which allows users to take hands-free photos and videos on the fly. Vloggers who also have the habit of religiously broadcasting live feed on various platforms like Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook can take advantage of the camera’s Live Stream features.

DJI Osmo Action
Ideal for: Underwater sports, adventure sports, POV

Another strong contender in the action camera department is the DJI Osmo Action. Considered by many as GoPro’s formidable rival, the DJI Osmo Action shares a handful of features with its counterparts such as 4k60 and 1080p240 shooting capabilities, camera stabilization, voice control, and ruggedized form factor. On the other hand, DJI edges out GoPro’s Hero 7 by a tiny margin with its front-facing screen, which comes in handy for adventure vloggers who shoot videos in POV mode.

Catch these cameras along with other #TechAssured vlogging must-haves by visiting your nearest SM Cyberzone!

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