3 Affordable Cameras To Take on Your Next Trip

3 Affordable Cameras To Take on Your Next TripIn order to remember your travels, you must either possess a steel trap of a mind or a nice camera. Some travelers lug around bulky and large DSLR cameras to take the very best photographs of their travels. Others merely pull out their smartphones and concede their phone takes “good enough” photographs for travel. However, if you fall somewhere in the middle in that you want to take high quality photographs on your worldly adventures but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg to do so, there are a number of cameras on the market that can capture those travel memories without costing the price of a small vacation.

Sony Cyber-Shot Digital Camera W730:
For the traveler who doesn’t want to add any bulk to their bag in the camera department, but still seeks high quality photographs, the Sony Cyber-Shot Digital Camera W730 checks all of the boxes. Its slim and sleek design makes it easy to stash in a pocket as you tour around the globe. With 16.1 megapixels, the camera produces clear and crisp photographs of your travels. Its image stabilization feature also is useful for those quick snapshots you might make while traveling. In addition, the camera boasts a number of effects you can use to transform your snapshots into little works of art. The Sony Cyber-Shot Digital Camera W730 comes in a number of colors with its 8x optical zoom. It runs from $99.99 to $139.99.

Canon PowerShot SX280 HS:
For travelers who seek a better image quality than their smartphones but at an affordable price, the Canon PowerShot SX280 fits the bill. The camera features a 20x optical zoom, one of the longest for a compact camera. Many travelers find the Canon PowerShot SX280 HS ideal for its zoom to take those landscape and city shots on the road. It boasts 12.1 megapixels and GPS recording of location and local time. For the traveler that likes to be dialed into their social networks, the Canon PowerShot SX280 HS also has built in Wi-Fi technology so you can easily share photos with comments across your social media sites. The camera retails from $199.99 to $279.99.

Panasonic LUMIX TS25 Active Lifestyle Tough Camera
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For the traveler into adventure sports and activities while on the road, the Panasonic LUMIX TS25 Active Lifestyle Tough Camera makes for an affordable option to bring with you. Retailing anywhere from $139.99 to $179.99, the camera boasts of being waterproof and shockproof. It can capture photos and video in the water up to 23 feet deep. It is shockproof from 5 feet and freeze-proof from 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Available in several different colors, the Panasonic LUMIX TS25 is a 16.1 megapixel camera. You can also buy another version of the camera with Wi-Fi capabilities in order to share photos and videos straight to your smartphone. The LUMIX TS25 Wi-Fi enabled version generally costs about $100-$200 more.

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