Essential guide : Bridge cameras and pocket travel zooms

If you’re looking for something with plenty of zoom power, then a bridge camera or a travel compact could be ideal. Here’s everything you need to know to make an informed choice…

Bridge cameras were originally designed as a kind of halfway house between compacts and DSLRs. With their large handgrips and electronic viewfinders, they offer a handling experience that’s similar to DSLRs, which is often accompanied by full manual control and the ability to capture lossless raw image files. In addition, bridge cameras also come with the safety net of being able to be used in fully automatic point-and-shoot mode, as well as the ability to fill the frame with faraway subjects thanks to their extended telephoto zooms.

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