The Big Picture

No matter where you travel this season, you’ll want one of these sharp-looking shooters by your side.

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best cameras for travel

Photograph by Bruce Peterson

1. “PowerShot SX410 IS” camera, $280, Canon.

2. Leica “M-P 240” camera, $7,950, “Summilux-M” 50mm f/1.4 lens, $3,995, and multi-functional handgrip, $895, all Hunt’s Photo & Video.

3. Hasselblad “Stellar” mahogany-wood camera, $2,195, EP Levine.

4. Nikon “Df” DSLR camera with “AF-S Nikkor” 50mm f/1.8G lens, $3,000, Newtonville Camera.

5. Sony “Alpha a6000” mirrorless camera with E-Mount 16–50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, $800, Newtonville Camera.

6. Fujifilm “X-T1” DSLR camera, $1,399, and “XF” 18–55mm f/2.8-4 lens, $599, both B & H.

7. Canon “EOS Rebel SL1” DSLR camera, $700, Newtonville Camera.

8. Hasselblad “Lunar” olive-wood camera, $7,695, Willoughby’s Camera.

9. Leica “T” mirrorless camera, $1,850, and “Vario-Elmar-T” 18–56mm f/3.5–5.6 lens, $1,750, both Hunt’s Photo & Video.

10. Olympus “OM-D E-M5 Mark II” mirrorless camera, $1,100, and “M. Zuiko” 12-40mm f/2.8 lens, $999, both Newtonville Camera.