Digital Marketing is still unarguably one of the best prospects in 2019. In this Digital Era, many people start to jump into the digital marketing ecosystem as one of the most profitable fields. Youtube is one of the biggest media to provide promotional services by creating video contents and ads.

What does it need to create a vlog? Yes, a camera. Having a camera for capturing smooth eye-catching pictures and videos is a good investment for your project than doing it with a smartphone camera. There are many kinds of cameras stored in the market right now, varying from any specs and prices. As a starter, don’t ever imagine having a setup like PewDiePie have unless you want to dry that bank account empty.

For starting your project, we have listed some budget cameras for you. We have plugged together some entry-level DSLR, mirrorless camera, and even action camera for capturing more challenging video content of yours. Not all of the cameras are the newest ones from the market, but these cameras are still doing good and compatible for most of the devices for editing your projects.

1. Xiaomi Yi Action

    Despite its release date started in 2015 for China, Xiaomi Yi Action is still doing great for saving your budget and having a good action camera. It comes with Sony IMX206 image sensor built in and 16MP camera resolution. For capturing wide outdoor angle, Xiaomi Yi Action uses 155° ultra wide-angle glass lens / F2.8 Aperture. The video resolution for this action camera is surprisingly incredible, recording up to 1080p/60fps video resolution. For supporting underwater recording, Yi Action has waterproof housing (sold separately) up to 40m deep. Unfortunately, this camera doesn’t support 4K video recording. But for such specs, Xiaomi Yi action is available at Amazon for $54.99. Pretty affordable, isn’t it?

2. Olympus stylus VG- 180

    For some people who want a compact pocket camera, Olympus Stylus VG – 180 is a good choice. It offers 5x optical zoom (26-130 mm), 16MP resolution with CCD sensor, 20x digital zoom. This camera has auto and manual ISO adjust from 100 to 1600, Magic Filter, Digital Image Stabilization, Advanced Face Detection, and Shadow Adjustment. Olympus Stylus VG – 180 LCD is quite satisfying with a 2.7-inch display. The minus point is, this pocket camera doesn’t support 60fps recording. The maximum frame rate for this camera is 30fps and costs $299.99 on Amazon.

3. Canon PowerShot G9 X

    Canon, one of the biggest company running in camera tech, released Canon PowerShot G9 X with 1-inch sensor camera. When it was first unveiled, Canon PowerShot G9 X is the smallest 1-inch sensor camera to date. Thanks to the in-camera Wi-Fi wireless networking, getting images onto your phone couldn’t be easier. With 20.2MP camera resolution, backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor, DIGIC 6 image processor, the image captured by Canon PowerShot G9 X is incredible. This camera can record a video up to 1080/60fps. Unfortunately, this camera has a limited 3x optical zoom and doesn’t support 4K image capturing. For this specs, it costs $509.09.

4. Nikon D3300

    With 24.2 effective-megapixel camera resolution, EXPEED 4 image processing system, and CMOS DX-format, the image captured by this entry-level DSLR is excellent. EXPEED 4 engine allows Nikon D3300 to shoot continuously at a maximum rate 5fps and record full HD movie at frame rates up to 50p/60p. The native sensitivity range is from ISO 100 to 12800, the additional expansion allows Nikon 3300 to make it up to ISO 25600 which is pretty flexible for more lighting situation. However, there is a limitation for connectivity. If you want to wirelessly transfer some images from the camera to other devices, you’ll have to invest in the additional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter. Nikon 3300 is really easy to use and there is even a Guide Mode reserved for a beginner, so you don’t need to worry about adjusting the camera for the best situation. This entry-level DSLR costs $409.00

5. Canon EOS 70D

    Canon EOS 70D is a digital single-lens reflex camera announced in 2013. It is the launch platform for Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus, providing great improvement in focusing speed while Live View, both pictures and videos. Due to its age, this camera doesn’t support 4K and the frame rate is limited to 30fps. Why do we suggest this camera? Surprisingly, this camera has an external 3.5mm stereo microphone jack which is very convenient to record a video with high-quality sound from an external microphone. This camera can record 1080p/60fps. Its native sensitivity is from ISO 100 to 12800 and expandable up to 25600. Canon EOS 70D costs $750.47 for body only. Prepare some more bucks if you need some lens.

So, what are you waiting for?