The 4 Best Cameras For YouTube Videos

Your filming equipment is by far the most important aspect of creating videos. It’s vital to have good, reliable equipment that won’t break down after only a few months and that creates good quality videos. There has been some debate as to whether phones or video cameras are better to use, but it really depends on what is easiest for you. Here are the 4 best cameras to use for filming.

Apple iPhone X

This iPhone was released in October of 2017 and is considered one of the best iPhones yet. The touch screen is 5.8” and is scratch-resistant. It is dust and water resistant with a stainless steel frame. It has 3 GB RAM and 64 GB of memory, but it does not include an SD card slot.

It has a 12 MP camera, and the camera features include geo-tagging, simultaneous 4K video and 8MP image recording, touch focus, face and smile detection, and HDR for photos and panoramas. There is no doubt that this is a good phone and camera and it would more than suffice for any of your filming needs.

Here’s a review video by Buzzfeed News about the iPhone X camera.

Samsung Galaxy S8

This Android was released in March of 2017 and is definitely a contender that should not be counted out. The screen is also 5.8” but is not scratch-resistant. This phone is dust and water proof over 1.5 meters and 30 minutes. The Samsung Galaxy S8 boasts a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of memory, and it also includes a microSD card that can hold up to 256 GB.

The camera is also 12 MP and features geo-tagging, simultaneous 4K video and 9MP image recording, touch focus, face and smile detection, Auto HDR, and panorama. This camera is just as good as the iPhone X, so check it out.

Here’s a review video by vlogger Daniel Kim.

GoPro Hero 6 Black

Near the top running of the 4 best cameras for YouTubers is the GoPro Hero 6 Black. GoPro is a popular action camera with YouTube bloggers because of its consistent ability to perform well in all types of action shots. The GoPro Hero 6 Black claims the best features yet. It includes widescreen video capture, 3840 x 2160 video resolution, and 12 MP effective video resolution. It records in JPEG and RAW video formats, and has autofocus. It also include low-light and night recording adjustments, as well as HDR image enhancement technology.

The GoPro Hero 6 Black is waterproof up to 30 feet and includes wind noise reduction on the microphone. The microphone operation mode is stereo. It is a touchscreen and has Bluetooth and Wireless LAN capabilities, which means you can upload wirelessly to your computer or straight to your YouTube channel.

Here’s a review video by RIZKNOWS that gives more details about this amazing camera.

Canon Powershot G7 X Mark ii

Out of the 4 best cameras for YouTubers, th eCanon Powershot G7 X is very popular, and for good reason. The Mark ii is an even better camera. The size is 4.2 x 2.4 x 1.7 in. and it has a 1920×1080 resolution as well as an HDMI video connection. It records in MP4 format, and also includes autofocus. It is not waterproof or water resistant, so it would not be recommended as an action camera. It includes digital zoom up to 4x.

The normal focus range is 2.0 in to Infinity and the macro focus range is 2.0 – 19.7 in. There is a rear display with a touchscreen and 345,600 px resolution. There is also a selfie screen and a playback zoom of 10.0x.

Here is a review video by Video Creators that gives you more details about this awesome camera.

Whether you use a phone or a camera, it’s important to get the necessary equipment to film your videos right. If you’re looking for quality, the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, GoPro Hero 6, and Canon Powershot G7X Mark ii are the 4 best cameras to look into. They come with tons of features that will help you set up the perfect shots. Check them out today!

Interested in getting your YouTube video discovered by masses of targeted fans? Click this link:

Alexis is currently attending school to become an elementary school teacher. When she’s not wrestling with her cat, she enjoys reading, writing, and watching YouTube. 

Leave a Comment