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Best travel cameras

Here are our tips to help you buy the best camera to suit your travel style.

Compacts

Best travel cameras

(Credit: Panasonic)

For the ultimate in portability while travelling, a compact camera will be the ideal companion, as it will take up hardly any space. Lots of cameras have lengthy zooms in small packages, like the Sony HX50V with a 30x optical zoom. Most compacts on this list also have wide-angle lenses at 28mm or less; ideal for capturing landscapes and group shots.

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