If you understand the value of video and want to harness its power to generate more sales for your business, then you’ll want to equip yourself with a camera that will help improve the quality of your videos.

Although you can use your phone camera at the start of your business, you’ll want to invest in a camera with better features to ensure that your videos are always top quality.

To help you out with that I’ve compiled a list of well-priced and good quality cameras that I think would work well for your needs. 

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1. Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm STM Lens - WiFi Enabled


The Rebel SL2 is a lightweight DSLR that provides excellent quality images and videos.

This is a perfect camera for those who will be using their camera both for indoor and outdoor use and want something that is lightweight enough to carry around.

Although a bit smaller than a standard Canon DSLR, the SL2 is still able to fit the full range of normal Canon lenses.

The APSC CMOS 24.2 MP Sensor and the upgraded Digic 7 Processor lets you capture fantastic images and video even in low-light conditions.

The high-end processor also provides fast response speed when making on-the-spot settings updates and image checks in the camera.

It comes with wifi, Bluetooth, and NFC technology enabling you to connect to various devices wirelessly.

This camera is perfect for vlogs with lots of selfie features including an LCD touchscreen that you can flip over.

You'll get 1080p video quality with this camera, which is adequate for the typical vlogger and video creator.

One downside though is it does not have 4K resolution for videos or images which can be a turnoff for some buyers.

Overall, for its price range and weight, this camera is an excellent starter camera for you to get.

  • 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APSC) Sensor
  • Fast & Accurate Dual Pixel CMOS AF with Phase-detection
  • 3.0 inch LCD - Varied-angle Touch Screen
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth Technology
  • Full HD 1080p with External Microphone Input

2. Logitech BRIO – 4K Ultra HD Webcam with 5x Digital Zoom for Recording, Streaming, and Video Calling


The Logitech Brio is the latest Ultra HD Webcam from Logitech which is a new upgrade from their C922 model. The premium glass lens of the device provides high quality videos that are perfect for streaming and video conferencing.

Its RightLight 3 Software automatically adjusts exposure and contrast to ensure the best quality look possible. The Autofocus feature also ensures that the camera settings adjust as changes happen real-time while you're capturing video.

You have a selection of options available using the standard Logitech app including Widescreen, HDR, Anti Flicker, and Field of View.

If you're looking for a great webcam to shoot YouTube videos with, the Logitech Brio is a definite contender for your money. The camera does take a significant toll on the processing power of your computer which may become an issue for older PCs and Macs.

Overall, if you're looking for an excellent webcam that you don't plan to bring outside, this is a fantastic purchase for you to consider.

  • Resolution: 4k UHD Resolution 30 FPS, 1080p 30-60 FPS, 720p 30-90 FPS
  • 5x Digital HD Zoom
  • RightLight 3 + HDR
  • 2 Omni-directional, built-in microphones
  • Field of View: 65, 78, and 90 degrees

3. Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II


Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II is a digital camera that offers a compact and portable design that's perfect for those looking for a cam they can fit in their pocket and is ready to go without much hassle.

The device features a 1.0 inch, 20.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor and a Digic 7 Image Processor that captures high-quality images and videos.

The PowerShot has excellent image quality during low-light conditions compared to other digital cameras and the AutoFocus provides improved tracking performance.

Cons of the device are that it's limited to a 60 FPS setting, it has no 4k capability, and takes lower quality images and compared to a typical DSLR in a similar price range. 

  • Digic 7 Imaging Processor + 1.0-inch type CMOS sensor
  • 4.2x Optical Zoom 24 – 100mm (35mm equivalent)
  • 3.0 inch-type touchscreen, tilt-type LCD monitor -180° upwards, 45° downwards
  • Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities

4. Sony RX100 VI 20.1 MP Premium Compact Digital Camera w/ 1-inch sensor, 24-200mm ZEISS zoom lens and pop-up OLED EVF


The Sony RX100 VI 20.1 MP Premium Compact Digital Camera is the second digital camera on this list. Like the Canon PowerShot G7, this cam is perfect for those looking for a portable and lightweight camera option and can fit in your pocket.

This is an ideal option for those who prefer a user-friendly camera to shoot images and videos without the need to do a lot of setting up that more complicated DSLR's will have.

It comes with a 20.1 Megapixel 1-inch CMOS Sensor, which lets you capture video on 4K quality and a high frame rate mode in the lower 1080p resolution.

As a smaller device, you'll have to deal with a smaller flash and batteries, meaning the images are only passable when used in low-light conditions, and you'll have to bring extra batteries if you plan to take pictures all day.

The device has the Bionz X Processor similar to older generations. As they say, if it works then don't fix it.

The camera has fast Autofocus and face tracking features and is perfect for following you as you move around. The screen comes with two tilt features, which include a 180-degree tilt for selfies and a 90-degree tilt for those who need to record videos at this angle.

Touch screen features allow you to focus with the push of a finger. The primary selling point of the cam though is the Zeiss 24 - 200mm lens. The lens captures clean and crisp images and videos.

A big drawback though is the lack of a mic input which means it won't be a good stand-alone vlogging camera.

The price is also another thing to consider, as it's the most expensive model we have so far on our list.

If you're planning to take high-quality pictures only or would like to use it as a high definition webcam, then this is a great option as long as you don't mind spending a bit more.

  • 24-200mm F2.8-F4.5 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T lens
  • Fast AutoFocus system at 0.03 seconds for contrast and phase
  • Electronic viewfinder
  • Optical Image Stabilization
  • Battery life: 165 minutes or 330 shots

5. Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Vlogging Camera Kit with EF-M 15-45mm lens, Black


The Canon EOS M50 is the second DSLR camera we have on our list. The mirrorless design comes with a 24 Megapixel sensor and the DIGIC 8 Processor which, when combined, produces some of the best-quality images and videos you'll find in this price range.

The camera comes equipped with over 143 Auto Focus points and state of the art eye-tracking software.

This is a definite must-buy for those looking to transition from their mobile phone into their first camera.

The device also comes set up with a beginner-friendly menu that provides instructions on the various features of the camera. This setting is especially helpful if you've never used a DSLR before and would like help using it at the start.

For more experienced users, they can turn this setting off so that they can delve deeper into the advanced settings of the device. 

If you're planning to use this for vlogging, the image stabilization works great for those looking to use it as a hand-held walking camera.

The tilt screen provides various usability options that work exceptionally well for vlogs and selfies.

The camera comes with a mic input, which is a godsend for vloggers who need to have audio for their videos. The camera takes both 1080p and 4K resolutions with dual pixel autofocus.

Overall this package is probably the best deal on the list, and unless you're looking specifically for a webcam, Canon EOS M50 would be the ideal purchase for you.

  • Dual Pixel CMOS with fast Autofocus
  • 24.1 Megapixel APS C CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC 8 Image Processor
  • Vari angle Touchscreen LCD
  • EF M15 45 millimeter

There you go! These are our picks for the best cameras for live streaming 

The jump from your regular laptop/ PC webcam to a professional camera is a huge one especially in terms of cost. However, the quality of your videos will have serious improvement, and will definitely help with getting more people to watch your live stream as well.