Pictures are a part of everyone’s lives. From taking weird selfies to send to your friends, to taking professional photos for a new line of clothing, it is everywhere. For someone like you, who might be struggling for attention in the market but feel as if your pictures need an extra kick to them. Otherwise, you might be an aspiring entrepreneur, trying to open your own startup with not so much of a hefty budget and are trying to find the best camera to represent your company. Either way, you have come to the right place, today we are going to be discussing the best cameras for product photography under $1000.
For people looking for a cheaper alternative to start photography their products, these 7 widely fashionable and intuitive cameras are one for the taking. Let us look at the best cameras for product photography under a thousand dollars and less.
- Nikon D3500
Key features of this camera include a new APS-C sensor, which is 24mp and a good battery life that can click 1,400+ pictures per charge.. With a better grip and a lighter redesigned body, it is one of the best buys in this range.
- Evolving number of collection for lenses.
- Complimentary battery life.
- Does not have a touch sensitive screen.
- Cannot record videos in 4K.
- Sony A6000
This camera has a 24MP APS-C sensor, a fascinating hybrid autofocus and can shoot at 11fps continuously. The only drawbacks come with its age. Being released in 2014, it can only shoot 1080p Full HD video along with not having a touch screen.
- The ability to shoot at 11 frames per second continuously.
- Despite its age, still has great specifications.
- Does not have the ability to shoot 4K.
- It does not have a touch screen.
- FujiFilm X-A7
Packed with a superlative subject focus and tracking, it produces pictures in crisp quality with appropriate color reproduction. Which is essential when taking pictures of products. Also coupled with substantial white noise with ISO settings being as high as 1600.
It has a shallow grip, but in exchange is great to carry around. It is the perfect compact camera with the ability to shoot in 4K.
- Does not have a viewfinder.
- No Built-In Image Stabilization (IBIS).
- Panasonic TZ100
The Panasonic TZ100 has an one inch sensor that is more than smartphones today. Along with that it delivers jaw dropping vibrant images in a compact body. Range is adequate at best with noise not being an issue. The 10x optical zoom is great at capturing small details on apparel wear. While having the added bonus of being able to shoot 4K.
- Ability to shoot 4K.
- One-inch sensor being an amazing feature.
- The ability to shoot with 10x zoom applied.
- Fixed screen with no articulation.
- The viewfinder is quite small.
- Canon EOS Rebel SL3
This camera is more for someone who is handling their first DSLR, as its user interface is very beginner friendly. Canon integrated the Dual Pixel CMOS AF system for a silky smooth focus when viewing live. Though having limitations when shooting 4K, its wide variation of collections of lenses is complementary to this camera.
- It has a flexible LCD screen.
- Its Dual Pixel CMOS AF system is one of the key features of this camera.
- 4K recording having limitations.
- Screen does not have the articulation to face the front of the camera.
- Nikon D5600
The D5600 includes a larger LCD screen, which has incredible articulation and swivels all the way around to face the front. The screen responds to touch and has a more advanced interface for intermediates of the craft. Wi-Fi is a nice addition to this whole package of a camera.
- Full Articulating Screen.
- Image Quality is great.
- The design of the camera is very professional.
- Videos can only be shot in 1080p, not 4K.
- Very slow live focusing.
- FujiFilm XP140
This camera is more than what meets the eye. Not only being a budget friendly camera for product photography, the XP140 can capture beautiful images. With a 16.4mp sensor the camera has really good eye-detection which helps in taking amazing portrait pictures. Additionally, video recording has a 60fps smooth recording in 1080p but also can shoot in 720p at an outstanding 100fps. However, the 4K video recording is limited to 15fps.
Along with that, it is also shock proof to 1.8m, dust proof and also is waterproof up to 25 meters. This makes the FujiFilm XP140 the best compact budget friendly camera in the market today.
- Has the capability to shoot with a 5x optical zoom.
- Strongly manufactured.
- 4K video recording has limitations.
- The screen could use a little brightness when shooting in harsh sunlight.
There you have it! Some of the budget friendly cameras in the market to best suit your brand image. Having good quality pictures will only enhance your brand reputation, therefore will enhance your customer’s sights on anything in your shop! This will create an immersive experience that will only benefit you and might even help you break sales!
However, if you feel that you can afford bigger budget cameras with more quality, feel free to check our other post which checks out the best cameras for product photography above a 1000 dollars.
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