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First of all, I am an absolute beginner. Does not have much knowledge in photography. I was thinking to get an ILS camera for traveling due to the fact I heard from many different people, how good images it produces including blurred background etc. etc..
Here is what I think might be useful for me
- Medium sized body
- some Zoom capabilities like the focal length of at least 100/200mm ish ( I prefer not to change lenses often)
- a touch screen would be very convenient
- Reason for going for the ILS is to keep the IQ better and an option to upgradeability in future (if I have enough cash to spend after buying the first system)
- Good video capability
- I can spend upto £1500 - £1800, but obviously would like to keep it to "best bang for the buck".
An example What I thought is Sony a6500 with 18-200mm or similar package. or Going for an all in one Bridge camera like FZ2500.
Now my question is if I stick to a single lens with a6500 in the long run, would I see any difference in IQ compared to FZ2500 or similar budget cameras? Would it be wise to choose an ILS over Point & shoot/ bridge camera?
Any suggestions/thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks