I had the Sony A6000, too. An excellent mirrorless for both stills and video.
Its successor the A6300 is even better.
This seems to be a decent set:...
The image quality of the fierst three camera's will not be very different.
The GF7 is better than all this superzooms.
You could also take a look...
Here you find some macro shots with the SX720 HS.
An good camera for video is de Panasonic FZ200. It has a fast zoomlens and a microphone port.
It's not recent, but still worth its price.
The Sony A6000 is a good mirrorless camera, with low noise in
It has a good auto mode, so it's easy to use.
I have no experience with the SX720, but if you want a good camera for
macro, take a look at the Panasonic FZ200.
Here you find some macro pics...
There are many cameras that take good pics in natural light. You speak of your budget, but what is the amount?
f.i. A mirrorless like the Sony...
The Panasonic ZS40 (TZ60) is a compact travelzoom with decent video.
You can do this with the free VLC media player on a PC.
On this page look for Snapshot, to see how to do it....
Compacts are faster now, compared to 2010, when de FX700 came out.
So, the camera I mentioned, the Panasonic ZS40/TZ60, will be at least
To have a really fast camera, you will need a larger budget.
The Panasonic ZS40/TZ60 is faster than the W35F, but it also depends on the situation...
The Fuji Pro 1, is also a mirrorless but it's larger the the Sony
A5100 and A6000.
If you don't want a mirrorless , you could take a look at the...
If you want to use third party lenses, you must have the possibility te attach different ones,
wich can not be done with a compact. Also the IQ...
With the features you want, you'll need a mirrorless system camera.
Good ones are, depending on your budget, the Sony A5100, A6000 and A6300.
Good choice. The P7000 is a better camera, than the ones in your list. Hope it works good.
This Opteka lenses won't work on your FZ300. They are lenses for the
Panasonic MFT cameras. This cameras can change lenses and the
FZ300 has a...
The Fujifilm Finepix S1 has a flash hot shoe and a 50X zoom.
Another choice is the Panasonic TZ57/ZS45. It has a 20x zoom and a tilting screen (for selfies)
You don't need a DSLR for learning. Mirrorless or bridge camera's are also good, as they have all de necessary settings.
The Nikon D3200 is a...
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