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A Flip-out Screen on a Camera is so useful!
A flip-out screen is also called a Vari-Angle LCD screen or an articulating monitor screen. I just call it a flip-out or fold-out screen. It’s a feature that only some cameras have, but it’s a practical feature that should not be overlooked. It makes taking pictures easier and is great for taking candid pictures of people, interesting nature scenes, and much more. You don’t have to get down on the ground, or look people right in the eye! People tend to freeze up if they know that their picture is being taken, and having a fold-out screen sometimes means you can be sneaky!
Digital SLR Camera
Looking for a Digital SLR that has a fold-out screen? The Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a great choice for both beginners and those who have experience. The movable display is one of the things that sets this apart from the Rebel T3.
Above is another photo of my Canon EOS Rebel T3i. It is a relatively low cost digital SLR (dSLR). I highly recommend it. If you’ve never owned a dSLR before, don’t worry, the learning curve is not too great. It has auto modes built in, so you can still use it like a point and shoot. As you can see, the screen can be used to review your photos, as well as during shooting (to use the screen during shooting, you want to turn on the “live” mode).
Also, check out the Canon EOS 60D
Want to go beyond entry level? DPReview calls this a “super Rebel.”
Point and Shoot Cameras with Flip-out Screens
This tops my list for point and shoot cameras with fold-out LCD viewing screens. I owned its predecessor, the Canon PowerShot SX40, and still use it today for some situations. The 50x optical zoom gives you a lot of power in an impressively compact camera. I used the SX40 for taking photos of birds on my bird feeder and was quite impressed by it.
A Nikon Camera with a side-articulated LCD
This Nikon is a great choice as well.
What do I do with the flip-out screen?
Nature photos and people photos!
I take pictures of insects, mushrooms, flowers and other things really close to the ground. The variable angle screen allows me to take pictures at awkward angles. I don’t get quite as dirty (still a little dirty) and I don’t have to lay out on the ground to take a picture looking UP at a flower, like this one!
I use my camera all of the time to take pictures of things for Ebay, and often I put the camera way up high to look down on the item. I don’t have to stand on a chair and squint! I just turn the flip-out screen to face me!
You can also take close-up self portraits, although for regular self-portraits, a tripod and auto timer work better.
It’s also great for getting for taking candid photographs of people. Sometimes people will act differently if they know a camera is aimed at them, but for some reason if you’re looking down at the LCD flip-out screen, they don’t realize that you are about to take their picture! It’s a trick I’ve used at parties.
Photo Taken with the Canon EOS Rebel T3i – I used the flip out screen to take close-up photos of small mushrooms!
I just bought my first DSLR camera, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i, and while I wasn’t sure that I would want or need a fold-out screen on a DSLR camera, soon after buying it, I was sure glad that I had it.
These little brown mushrooms popped up in my front lawn. Of course I still had to get down on the ground to photograph them, but having the flip-out screen made it easier… I could sit and look at the LCD screen and I was able to manually focus it! The manual focus is so much easier to do on the T3i compared to the SX40HS powershot (my old camera). First, the screen has a higher resolution, and secondly, if you push the button with the magnifying glass, it enlarges the area that you’re trying to focus. (If you want to manually focus, don’t buy the SX40HS!)
So, I am very, very happy with the Canon EOS Rebel T3i and would recommend it to anyone who’s looking for an advanced camera with an articulating screen. On the Canon EOS Rebel T3i, when you look at the LCD screen it’s a little different than using a point-and-shoot because it goes into “Live View” mode. The live view mode turns the LCD monitor into a large viewfinder and it simulates the exposure.
When Don’t I use the Screen?
For taking pictures in bright sunlight!
Screens are hard to see in bright sunlight, so it is also a good idea to buy a camera with a viewfinder that you can look through. Here’s a picture that I used the viewfinder for!
If you do mostly landscapes, and regular family pictures, where you are pointing the camera directly in front of you, then you don’t need a fold-out screen. But if you are short and taking a picture of a tall person, or if you want the picture to come out from a higher viewpoint, then a fold-out screen allows you to hold the camera high above your head!
More Cameras with Articulating Screens
Canon EOS 60D Video Review – This video shows the new features, including the vari-angle LCD
Panasonic Lumix with Flip-Out Screen – and 24x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom!
This full featured point-and-shoot camera seems pretty amazing! Check out the reviews 🙂
5 Good Reasons to Choose a Mirrorless Camera with a Flip Screen
A month or so ago, I was hiking through Nant Gwernol forest with the Panasonic LX100, taking pictures of the trees, shrubs and running water from every imaginable angle. At one point, I decided to lie down on the damp rock bed to capture the following shot:
While I’m not convinced that the shot was worth the mud on my jeans and jacket, what I do know for certain is that if the LX100 had a flip screen, I probably would have saved myself a load of laundry!
Flip screens are a great invention, and quite a common feature on today’s mirrorless cameras and premium compacts. They make it possible to take shots that would otherwise be very challenging to compose.
Of course, this isn’t to say that everyone advocates flip screens. Before the announcement of the Fujifilm X100T, for example, fans of the series were divided into two groups: those wanting a tilting LCD and those adamantly against one. Some believed that a flip screen would ruin the design or unnecessarily increase the dimensions of the X100 series cameras, while others were open to change.
It is true that a flip screen can increase the bulk and weight of a camera and can also be more fragile than a regular screen, but in our personal experience, we’ve found that the positives outweigh the negatives. Below you’ll discover just why we’d go for a mirrorless camera with a flip screen over one without.
Easier to take shots at very low or high angles
The first point relates back to my experience in Nant Gwernol. The shot I had visualised had to be taken from a very low angle to fit in the canopy of ancient trees and their web of branches against the sky.
Had I used a camera with a flip screen, I could have simply knelt down, held the camera down near the ground, and tilted the screen up to get a good view of the scene. Since I didn’t have a tilting screen, my only options were to kneel down and blindly guess at my composition, or lie on the ground and compose.
You could similarly imagine being at a concert, surrounded by people much taller than you. (Something that happens to me all too often!) A person without a flip screen would have to raise their camera in the air, snap a random picture and cross their fingers for a decent composition. In a scenario like this, nothing beats tilting the screen down to see exactly what you’re shooting.
Of course, a second option could be to set your camera up on a tripod, tether it to your smartphone and use your mobile device as a second screen but the process of setting up the camera and connecting the two devices wirelessly can’t be done instantaneously and it isn’t always practical.
Good for selfies
Now here’s a point that’s bound to stir up some controversy! Love them or hate them, selfies have become part of mainstream photography, so to have a camera that makes them easier to take can only be a good thing.
There are a number of mirrorless cameras out there that have screen which, when flipped up 180 degrees, automatically activates a selfie mode. This mode will usually trigger a 2-second timer so you can prepare yourself for the shot, as well as a face or eye detection mode to keep your features in focus. Our favourite “selfie” cameras include the Olympus Pen E-PL7, Panasonic Lumix GF7 and Samsung NX Mini.
Discretion on the streets
When out shooting candid street photography, there is no questioning the benefits of a flip screen. So as not to attract the attention of people on the streets, I tend to flip the screen up 90 degrees, hold the camera at waist level, look down at the screen, and pretend to be reviewing my images whereas in actual fact, I am snapping pictures.
This method is anything but new. Street photographers have been holding their cameras at waist level and looking down into the finder ever since twin-reflex cameras like the Rolleiflex came onto the scene. It is probably in this way that prolific photographers such as Vivian Maier managed to get so close to their subjects without drawing too much attention to themselves.
Avoid reflections on LCD
Having a flip screen isn’t just about overcoming awkward angles but also about avoiding reflections on the screen. When the sun’s rays hit your LCD screen at a certain angle, the reflections are often so intense that you can’t even see the image on your screen. An alternative could be to use a viewfinder, but if your camera doesn’t have one, a flip screen is your next best bet. You can adjust its position until the reflections disappear, or at the very least, cease to interfere with your view of the screen.
More flexibility for video
Prosumers/entry level camcorders and certain mirrorless cameras designed partly for video use (the Lumix GH4 or OM-D E-M5 II for example) have an articulating LCD screen that flips to the left and can often rotate up by 180°. As Mathieu learned during his professional filmmaking years in Italy, having a screen like this is more useful for videomakers than a monitor that only tilts up or down or doesn’t move at all.
There are various reasons this helps the user experience. A rotating display can help the filmmaker check his footage from multiple angles especially when the camera is positioned in a confined space and the rear is not easy to access. Flipping the display to the side can be useful when you need to check accessories or buttons while filming or preparing the composition. If you are shooting with an assistant, flipping the LCD around and rotating it by 180° can help him check the focus and various other settings. During an interview, such as the one we held with artist Deborah Rushton using the Lumix GH3, you can quickly rotate it to show the other person the composition, or when prepping the camera, you can orientate the screen in such a way that you don’t have to check the back of the camera every two seconds.
Flip screens have become a ubiquitous feature on most modern cameras. My personal feeling is that it is better to have one than not, even if they do add some slight extra bulk your camera. After all, if you don’t want to use it, all you have to do is leave it in position and pretend it isn’t there. But if you do encounter a situation where the muddy ground is the only thing standing between you and a great shot, you’ll know exactly what to do … and it doesn’t involve dirtying your best attire!
Filed Under: In Depth, Mirrorless MusingsSours: https://www.mirrorlessons.com/2015/10/08/mirrorless-digital-cameras-with-flip-screen/
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That said, one of the biggest requirements for Youtubers and daily vloggers when selecting a new video camera, is the ability to have a front facing screen to make sure you’re in the shot when recording. You often don’t realize how much you move around, move your hands, etc… Having autofocus and image tracking is a HUGE plus, that way the camera automatically locks on to your face, and creates those cool depth of field shots when you move around. The two best rated point and shoots for this are the Canon G7x Mark II, and the Sony RX 100 Mark IV.
Below we’ll cover the cheapest vlog cameras with a flip out screen, all the way to the high end models from Sony and Canon. By the end of this article, you’ll be able to decide which vlog camera is right for you and your budget.
Top 3 Vlogging Cameras With A Flip Out Viewfinder
The Cheapest Vlogging Cameras With A Flip Screen
Sony a5100 16-50mm Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3-Inch Flip Up LCD (Black)
- Ultra-fast auto focus with 179 AF points and 6Fps
- Capture life in high resolution with 24MP APS-C sensor
- Instant sharing via smartphone with Wi-Fi® and NFC1
- Record Full HD 1080/24/60P video3 up to 50MB/s
- Contains- Rechargeable Battery (NP-FW50) AC Charger (AC-UB10) Lens cap Shoulder strap Micro USB cable
Panasonic DMC-ZS45 LUMIX 20X Zoom Camera with Wink-Activated Selfie Feature (Black)
- Long 20X zoom [24-480mm] brings the scene in close
- Wide-angle lens, flip-up LCD and wink-activated shutter make selfies a snap
- Built-in Wi-Fi links to a smartphone for remote control and on-the-spot mobile sharing
Samsung NX Mini 20.5MP CMOS Smart WiFi & NFC Mirrorless Digital Camera with 9mm Lens and 3″ Flip Up LCD Touch Screen (Black)
- 20.5MP BSI CMOS Sensor for high-quality images and life like colors with crystal clear resolution
- Stylishly slim (22.5mm), & impressively light (158g)
- Share your best photos instantly with Family and Friends with Built-in Wi-Fi with NFC
- SMART features – Social Media Upload, E-mail, Photo beam, DirectLink, MobileLink, PC Auto-backup, Remote Viewfinder PRO, AllShare, Baby Monitoring
- 1080p HD Video
Nikon COOLPIX S6900 16MP Full HD 1080p Digital Ultimate Selfie Camera w/ 12X Zoom Flip-Out Screen Wi-Fi (Black)(Certified Refurbished)
- This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished it shows limited or no wear, Includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty
- 12x optical zoom/24x Dynamic Fine Zoom NIKKOR lens
- Flip out screen, built-in kickstand and front shutter button for taking great selfies
- Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC (Near Field Communication) for wirelessly sharing photos to a compatible smartphone or tablet
- Gesture Control lets you take photos or videos with hand movements
The Most Popular Point And Shoot Vlogging Camera Youtubers Use
Canon PowerShot G7X
The G7X is the perfect balance of portability and image quality you can take with you anywhere! Throw it in your purse or shorts pocket, and off you go to capture your awesome travel destinations or shoot your daily vlog video out and about!
The PowerShot G7 X is a premium high-performance camera that puts exciting and impressive capabilities in a sophisticated, compact package. It starts with the sensor: a large and light-grabbing 1.0-inch, 20.2 Megapixel* High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor powered by Canon’s latest generation DIGIC 6 Image Processor for beautifully rendered low-light photography up to ISO 12800.
The IS lens is a f/1.8 (W) – f/2.8 (T) that puts more in your frame while staying bright to the maximum 4.2x Optical Zoom (24mm–100mm), with a 9-blade circular aperture diaphragm for artistic background blur, and a minimum focus range of just 5cm for precise macro shooting. Wi-Fi®**- and NFC-enabled***, the PowerShot G7 X is selfie-ready with a high-resolution multi-angle capacitive 3.0-inch touch panel LCD. Shooting is a joy with High-Speed AF (0.14 sec.), 31 AF points, full-resolution continuous shooting up to 6.5 fps and 1080p/60p HD video. Designed to provide stellar images, the PowerShot G7 X is a compact digital camera powered to inspire your most impressive photography. And it delivers.
Similar to the sensors in many EOS digital SLR cameras, including a 3:2 aspect ratio, the PowerShot G7 X’s sensor has bigger individual cells, capturing more light at the pixel level. This sensor helps produce more dramatic images with better detail, even at higher ISOs, utilizing an improved dynamic range while reducing noise and distortion.
The Two Best Point And Shoot Cameras For Vlogging
Sony RX 100 Mark IV
The Sony RX 100 Mark IV is one of the most popular cameras among Youtubers. It shoots slightly more crisp that the Canon G7X, and the audio is a little better in my opinion. Is it worth the extra $200 dollars though? We’ll leave that up for you to decide… Personally I don’t think so.
Canon G7X Mark II
If you’re looking for the best value vlog camera for the money, and that’s DSLR quality in a point and shoot chassis, the G7X Mark II is it. At $600 dollars, you get a lot of bang for your buck. If I were to upgrade my camera today, this is the model I would by.
Check out these popular comparison reviews of the RX 100 VS G7X
For a more comprehensive review of vlogging cameras that come with flip out screens in wider price ranges, see these 4 vlogging cameras with a flip screen for sale on Amazon.
The Best Entry Level Dslr For Vlogging With A Flip Screen
I really like the comparison review above, and out of those selections, here are the most affordable ways to emulate those different production levels. (note – I personally use my iphone 6 with these photography lights and it works great)
Canon T6i Creators Kit With External Rode Mic
The Canon T6i isn’t much different than the T5i, but the significant upgrades include the 19 point auto-focus system, and the 24 megapixel system.
The only con with this kit, is the lack of continuous auto-focus for shooting moving objects. The t6s however fixes this, and is closer to the professional DSLR lineup, like the Canon 70d in terms of operating specs.
The Rode mic is a considerable upgrade in quadio quality however, no point and shoot built in mic is going to come close!
Iphone / Samsung Smartphone With Lighting Kit
When I first started making videos, I didn’t know you could boost the quality of your smartphone camera enough to make HD quality youtube videos with a simple set of softbox photography lights.
A set of these $100 dollar lights, and a cheap tripod, and you’re in business!
Check my setup page to see exactly which iphone mount and softbox lighting kit I use for my youtube videos.
#1 Best Rated Vlogging Camera With A Flip Out Screen
Canon PowerShot G7X WiFi Enabled
This is by far my favorite point and shoot style camera for vlogging. But don’t let the manufacturers fool you… This camera is too heavy to toss in your shorts pocket, though it will fit size wise.
At $600 the quality of video you get is nothing short of amazing. It performs very well in low light, has one of the best auto-focus in the industry, and comes standard with a flip up screen. The only con is the auto focus ring making a clicking sound that your audio sometimes picks up. I haven’t personally found it to be a problem however, and other than that, this is the best mid end vlogging camera out there.
With touch screen auto focus to lock in on an object, those cool depth of field shots you normally only see on DSLR’s are now easy to create with little no to no photography skills. The flip out screen also makes this a breeze! If this camera is within your budget, this is the best compact camera for vloggers on the market, and will last you for many years to come without needing to upgrade.
Check Price & Amazon Reviews
- New 1.0-inch, 20.2 MP High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor combined with Canon’s powerful DIGIC 6 Image Processor
- f/1.8(W)-f/2.8(T), 4.2x optical Zoom (24mm-100mm), 9-blade iris diaphragm and IS equipped lens
- Selfie-ready multi-angle capacitive 3.0″ touch panel LCD
- Capture stunning 1080p/60p Full HD video with up to 60 fps
- IMPORTANT NOTE: Please refer to the Product Description section for troubleshooting information. Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC
Canon 70D Creators Kit
One of Youtube’s most popular daily vloggers uses and recommends the Canon 70D. With the creators kit bundle, you get almost everything mentioned in the video above minus the hand held mount. If you want the best in video production for your daily vlogs, this is the setup for you that you won’t outgrow anytime soon! The audio and video quality will be on par with all the top youtubers, and there’s really nothing else you need in your arsenal to produce high end HD videos.
The Top 7 Best Vlogging Cameras For YouTubers
The Best Cheap Photography & Video Lighting For The Money (perfect for YouTubers & daily vloggers)
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EOS 6DCamera Journal Press Award, Camera Grand Prix1Good Design Award2Best DSLR Expert, TIPA Awards4European Advanced SLR Camera, EISA Awards6
The EOS 6D won three prestigious photo and imaging awards: an EISA award, which is influential in Europe, a TIPA award, which is globally influential, and a Camera Grand Prix award, which is influential in Japan.
Camera Grand Prix1
Reason for selection :
Winner of the 2013 “Editors Award,” the Canon EOS 6D was launched in 2012, a year that the CJPC calls the “first year of the full-frame-sensor era.” According to the CJPC jury, the EOS 6D opened the door for photography enthusiasts to 35 mm full-frame sensor cameras at an affordable price. In addition, the camera was commended for its lightweight, compact body, and for incorporating such cutting-edge technologies as built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.
1 The Camera Grand Prix awards are considered the most influential camera and lens awards in Japan.
Good Design Award2
Evaluation by the jury committee3 :
The design of the EOS 6D represents a huge step forward in numerous areas, as Canon designed the world’s smallest and lightest digital SLR camera containing a 35mm full-frame image sensor. Magnesium alloy is used for the front and rear body panels. The side grip uses rubber materials and is shaped to give users a firm hold when a full-frame-compatible lens is attached. Because the camera does not have a built-in flash, the design of the pentaprism section has been kept simple. The 6D’s impression is characterized by the combination of its materials and form. It appears that the engineers and designers struck a perfect balance for the design of the rear panel buttons, which are small and primarily positioned on the right side for easy operation. The user interface clearly reflects the new attempts at integrated wireless LAN connectivity and GPS functionality.
2 Good Design Award is a comprehensive and annual program for the evaluation and commendation of design, organized by Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP). By 2013, Canon had won Good Design Awards for many products, including cameras, camcorders, and copying machines, and had amassed one Good Design Grand Award, 14 Gold Awards, and one Long Life Design Award.
3 Taken from the Japan Institute of Design Promotion’s website.
Named “Best DSLR Expert in 2013,” the Canon EOS 6D was recognized by the TIPA jury for “melding consumer-oriented features with a very advanced set of options.” Employing a 20.2-megapixel 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor, the 6D not only achieves the world’s smallest, lightest body among DSLR cameras equipped with a 35 mm full-frame sensor,5 but also delivers “excellent quality at its highest ‘native’ ISO of 25,600 and beyond.” Realizing superior ease of use, the 6D includes such functions as a “Q button” that, once pushed, opens a screen menu displaying often used controls, making for a “very pleasing and fast shooting experience.”
4 2013 marked the 23rd edition of the TIPA awards, which began in 1991. As of 2013, Canon had picked up a TIPA award for 19 consecutive years, starting from the EOS 100 SLR camera in 1992. Overall, Canon has won awards in 21 years for 65 different products and technologies.
5 As of May 1, 2013. Based on a Canon survey.
The approximately 20.2-megapixel EOS 6D, featuring the world’s smallest and lightest,7 body among digital SLR cameras equipped with a 35 mm full-frame image sensor, is the first EOS-series camera to feature built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and GPS functionality. The EISA panel noted that the camera offers many of the features and benefits found in Canon’s professional-model full-frame lineup, but at a more accessible price. In particular, the judges were impressed by the EOS 6D’s fast and effective AF performance in low-light conditions. Other features that earned praise included the model’s low-noise imaging performance, expanded exposure latitude, high dynamic range, and continuous shooting speed of up to 4.5 frames per second. In summing up their assessment, the panel declared that the EOS 6D “makes a great choice for enthusiast photographers.”
6 2013 was the 32nd edition of the EISA awards, which were first presented in 1982. As of 2013, Canon had picked up an EISA award for 25 straight years. Overall, Canon has won awards in 28 years for 59 different products and technologies.
7 Among digital SLR cameras equipped with a 35 mm full-frame-equivalent image sensor. As of August 1, 2013, based on a Canon survey.
More detailsSours: https://global.canon/en/c-museum/history/award05.html
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