Living Large: The Biggest And Best Cameras

Living Large: The Biggest And Best Cameras

Image You can be on the cutting edge of fashion, the very definition of style and the king or queen of cool, but if you can’t take crisp, sharp photos of your adventures, why are you even having them? Here are the best cameras for living large. ImageIt pays to think big! This week Gizmodo is rounding up the biggest and best products in a range of categories where bigger is better!

Canon 6D

What if you had everything that was amazing about the 5D Mark II in a lighter, cheaper and more featured body? You got it. It’s called the 6D.

It’s designed for those who want to live large with their photos but don’t want to lash out on the rather pricey 5D Mark III. That lower price doesn’t come with fewer features, though. For the money you lay down you get a great camera with on-board Wi-Fi connectivity and a built-in GPS module.


Canon 5D Mark III

The best full-frame camera just got better with the 5D Mark III.

With a new Digic 5+ processor, a maximum ISO of 25,600 and 22.3 megapixels, it’s no wonder the 5D is a solid-choice for Hollywood.


Go Pro Hero 3 Black

Go anywhere, shoot anything in any scenario? That’s a Go Pro. The Hero 3 Black Edition is as cool as the name makes it sound. It shoots video unlike any other action camera on the market.

It’s still tiny but packed inside is the best video capabilities Go Pro has ever made. You can shoot up to 4K at 15fps, but for those not into the sexiest format on Earth, you can still shoot 1080p video in the glory of 60fps instead.

It has a 170° field of view, supports up to 64GB worth of microSD storage and it’s an action camera you can’t pass up.


Sony RX-100

The RX-100 is the thing of dreams: a fixed-lens, 20.2-megapixel, full-frame, sub-$1000 camera from Sony.

It’s not going to win any awards in the zoom department, but this camera is nuclear power in a cheap, tiny package. What could be bad about that?


Nikon D800

Nikon’s latest DSLR offering sports a massive 36.2-megapixel sensor with a lower price than its predecessor.

It’s the perfect DSLR, not just for taking stills, but also for taking high-resolution, 1080p video.