Top 5 Best Vlogging Cameras [All Are 4K]

Vlogging can be a great way to build a following, promote your products or services, etc.

And when you hit the big time, fame and fortune are yours to keep.

In this case, a camera that is suitable for making vlogs will play a major role.

So if you like to enjoy the benefits mentioned above, and looking for the best vlogging camera, the list below will simplify your search.

1. Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III (under $750)
Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III puts exciting capabilities from Live Streaming services* directly to YouTube, to vertical video shooting, right in the palm of your hands.

The camera allows you record uncropped 4K video at a frame rate of up to 30p for imagery that captivates your audience.

Pros:
• 4K video.
• Tilting screen.
• External microphone port.
• Direct to YouTube options.
• Manual controls and Raw format shooting.

Cons:
• No viewfinder.
• Limited zoom range.
• Screen doesn’t fully articulate.
• No hotshoe & headphone socket.
• Auto focus takes 3-5 secs to focus.

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III Video Review
Features:
• Digital Camera with Wi-Fi & NFC, LCD Screen
• 20. 1 Megapixel 1. 0” Stacked CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 8 Image Processor.
• 4. 2x Optical Zoom Lens (24-100mm f/1. 8-2. 8) with Optical Image Stabilizer.
• 4K 30p / FHD 120p Video.
• 3. 0-inch Touch Panel LCD Screen with Tilt Option of 180° for Selfies.
• Also available in assorted colors
• Dimensions: 1.6 x 4.1 x 2.4 inches; 13.1 ounces
           

2. Sony Alpha a6400 (under $999)
Sony Alpha a6400 can shoot 4K – 3840 x 2160 video resolution and has a frame rate up to 120 FPS so you can get some buttery smooth slo-mo.

Pros:
• Selfie LCD.
• 4K video performance.
• Fast burst shooting speeds.
• Built-in flash and hot shoe.
• Weather sealed and sturdy body.
• Outstanding autofocus (0.02 sec).

Cons:
• No headphone port.
• Design feels dated.
• Bad rolling shutter.
• No image stabilization.
• Interminable menu system.
• Limited external controls.

Sony Alpha a6400 Video Review
Features:
• Mirrorless Camera with Real-Time Eye Auto Focus, 4K Video, Flip Screen & 16-50mm Lens - E Mount Compatible Cameras
• Next Gen speed: experience the world’s fastest 0. 02 sec AF with real time AF and object tracking
• Enhanced subject capture: wide 425 Phase/ 425 contrast detection points over 84 percent of the sensor
• Fast & accurate: up to 11Fps continuous shooting at 24.2 MP raw with crisp, clear natural colors
• Multiple movie functions: make time lapse movies or slow/quick motion videos without post processing
• Tiltable LCD screen: customizable for vlogging, still photography or recording a professional film
• In the box: rechargeable battery (NP FW50) AC adaptor (ac uud12), shoulder strap, body cap, accessory shoe cap, eyepiece cup, micro USB cable.Metering Type:1200 zone evaluative metering
• Also available in assorted lens option
• Dimensions: 6.2 x 9.2 x 4.5 inches; 1.7 pounds
           

3. PANASONIC LUMIX G85 (under $698)
PANASONIC LUMIX G85 with 12 60mm Power O.I.S. lens delivers impressive, no compromise performance.

This 4K Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds camera is nearly half the size of most DSLRs yet delivers impressive 16 megapixel large sensor performance in the most compact camera system ever designed by Panasonic LUMIX.

Pros:
• Weather sealed.
• Flip out screen.
• Mic port included.
• Good continuous AF in video.
• Blazing fast focus acquisition.
• Stills quality is very nice and sharp.

Cons:
• Poor battery life.
• Limited ISO range.
• No headphone port.
• Some softness in full HD.
• It's only up to 16MP stills.
• 2x crop hampers wide framing.

PANASONIC LUMIX G85 Video Review
Features:
• 4K Digital Camera, 12-60mm Power O.I.S. Lens, 16 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera, 5 Axis In-Body Dual Image Stabilization, 3-Inch Tilt and Touch LCD
• FINE DETAIL PERFORMANCE: 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor with no low pass filter resulting in a near 10% boost in fine detail-resolving power over existing 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensors; Color temperature setting 2500 - 10000K in 100K
• MIRRORLESS INTERCHANGEABLE LENS CAMERA: With 12-60mm lens, shoot lighter and faster with the modern hybrid photography performance of a mirrorless camera and nearly half the bulk of most DSLRs
• CLASS-LEADING DUAL IMAGE STABILIZATION: In-body 5-axis dual image stabilization works in both photo and motion picture recording—including 4K video—to produce clear handheld shots even in low-light conditions
• LIVE VIEWFINDER AND FLIP LCD DISPLAY: Integrated eye-level OLED live viewfinder (2360K dots) and rear touch-enabled 3-inch LCD display (1040K dots) adjusts for optimal viewing angles to maximize viewing
• 4K VIDEO CAPTURE: 4K QFHD video recording (3840 x 2160), plus exclusive LUMIX 4K PHOTO and 4K Post Focus allows you to record photos up to 30fps and set your desired focus points after the photo has been taken
• Dimensions: 2.9 x 5.1 x 3.5 inches; 1.11 pounds
           

4. DJI Osmo Pocket (under $320)
DJI Osmo Pocket is small, light and ready to grab video at any given moment.

It can record 4K at up to 60fps, or Full HD up to 120p. It includes gimbals for nicely stabilized images, and you can use it standalone, or plug it into your phone and control it via an app.

Pros:
• Small size.
• Strong battery life.
• Shoots brilliant 4K.
• Gimbals for stabilization.
• Very good tracking and follow mode.
• Crisp video and good detection range.
• Time-lapse and panoramic stitching options.

Cons:
• Sound not great.
• No digital zoom.
• Can’t live stream.
• Auto-focus issues.
• Requires phone or add-on control wheel for best experience.

DJI Osmo Pocket Video Review
Features:
• 3-Axis Mechanical Gimbal: The Osmo Pocket camera is equipped with a remarkable 3-axis stabilized gimbal and a new algorithm that ensures a control accuracy of ±0.005° and maximum control speed of 120°/s.
• Amazingly Powerful Performance: Osmo Pocket snaps photos in stunning detail, thanks to a 1/2.3-inch sensor, 80° FOV, and f/2.0 aperture. It can also shoot 4K/60fps video at 100Mbps and photos at 12 MP with a pixel size of 1.55 μm for footage worth sharing every time.
• DJI Mimo: Osmo Pocket is meant for anyone with a story to tell, which is why we developed DJI Mimo. This dedicated app expands your imagination with editing tools and opens the door to a community that inspires your own visual storytelling.
• What you get: DJI Osmo Pocket, Carrying Case, Smartphone Adapter (USB-C), Smartphone Adapter (Lightning), Power Cable.
• Also available in assorted colors
• Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.1 x 4.8 inches; 4.2 ounces
           

5. GoPro HERO 7 (under $310)
GoPro HERO 7 is a perfect camera for adventures big and small. It’s built tough and totally waterproof—just grab it and go for it.

With HyperSmooth stabilization, you’ll get gimbals like video— without the gimbals.

Pros:
• 4K video.
• Great noise reduction.
• Live streaming and GPS.
• Fantastic stabilization.
• Great range of accessories.
• Waterproof without needing a case.

Cons:
• Zoom in linear FOV.
• Can get very hot when recording 4K.
• Not always responsive to voice commands.
• Social Streaming to YouTube and Instagram is limited to 720p resolution.

GoPro HERO 7 Video Review
Features:
• HyperSmooth Video Stabilization Get gimbal like stabilization without the gimbal. HERO7 Black predicts your movements and corrects for camera shake to deliver insanely smooth footage
• Time Warp Video Capture super stabilized time lapse videos while you move about a scene. Increase the speed up to 30x to turn longer activities into shareable moments
• Super Photo: Get the best photos automatically. With Super Photo, HERO7 Black intelligently applies HDR, local tone mapping or noise reduction to optimize your shots
• Rugged + Waterproof: Share experiences you can’t capture with your phone. HERO7 Black is rugged, waterproof without a housing to 33 feet (10 meter) and up for any adventure
• Voice Control: Stay in the moment. Control your HERO7 Black hands free with voice commands like “GoPro, take a photo” and “GoPro, start recording
• Live Streaming: Share your story as you live it with video streaming to Facebook Live. You can save your streamed videos to your SD card in high resolution
• 4K60 Video + 12MP Photos: HERO7 Black shoots stunning 4K60 video and 12MP photos that are as awesome as the moments themselves
• 8x Sol Mo Video: With ultra high frame rate 1080p240 video, you can slow things down by up to 8x to relive funny, interesting or epic moments in all their glory
• Intuitive Touch Screen: If you have a smartphone, using HERO7 Black will feel familiar. Three main capture modes with streamlined settings make navigating easy
• Dimensions: 1.8 x 2.4 x 1.3 inches; 4.2 ounces
           

Top 5 Best Vlogging Cameras [All Are 4K] Top 5 Best Vlogging Cameras [All Are 4K] Reviewed by TechCinema on 9/06/2019 Rating: 5