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A Compact Camera for Every Adventure

The market for mirrorless cameras is booming right now. Full-frame DSLRs are making a strong comeback thanks to the release of the Canon 5D Mk. IV and Nikon’s D850 flagship. Despite all of the exciting developments, the hottest buzz still comes from the pocket camera market.

Pocket cameras are not only convenient to use and easy to carry around, but are also more capable thanks to new sensors and features. You get a capable camera that fits in your jacket pocket, which is why pocket cameras are perfect for holidays and adventure. Before you begin shopping for one, here are the top picks for every occasion.

Street Photography King

If you love exploring cities and taking pictures of the urban environment, then there is no better pocket camera to grab than the Fujifilm X100F. The camera comes with a fixed lens, a 23mm f/2 lens to be exact, and Fuji’s infamous X-Trans CMOS sensor. The combination promises superb image quality in every situation.

The Fujifilm X100F also uses an APS-C sized sensor, so the sensor in this camera is much bigger than those of other pocket cameras on the market. APS-C is the sensor size of most mirrorless cameras and some DSLRs. The bigger sensor – and of course the X-Processor Pro image processor from Fuji – promises better low light performance and the ability to capture details.

The only downside to this camera is its price. Fujifilm X100F is priced well beyond the $500-$1,000 price bracket of pocket cameras. Look out for holiday season deals and special discounts if you want to pick up this camera for less.

The All-Rounder

If you’re looking for a good pocket camera to take on your next holiday and you want one that can handle most situations with ease, then the Panasonic Lumix LX100 is a good option to look into. The Lumix LX100 is considered the superior camera compared to another popular advanced compact camera, the Sony RX100 Mark V, due to its Micro Four Thirds sensor.

The LX100 also comes equipped with a 24-75mm f/1.7-2.8 lens, which means you can get stunning images with shallow depth of field when using this camera. According to bestcamerasforthemoney.com, Panasonic Lumix LX100 also produces stunning 4K videos and has the best controls of any pocket camera on the market.

As Simple as It Gets

We really can’t talk about pocket cameras without mentioning the Canon Powershot G7 X II. It is a compact camera for enthusiasts, but one that meets the specific needs of travelers, vloggers, and even beginners.

The 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor is paired with Canon’s color science, so you get gorgeous skin tones and amazing colors when taking pictures of people and landscapes. The G7 X II is also much lighter and smaller than the previous two options.

The highlight of this camera, however, is how easy it is to use. Set it to Auto and let the camera do all the hard work while you enjoy the best holiday experience. It is also very affordable at around $600.

Pocket cameras are great for trips and adventures. They are easier to use than mirrorless cameras or DSLRs, plus you don’t have to carry around a big bag of camera gear just to shoot great holiday pictures. The options we reviewed in this article are definitely worth checking out.

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