Your honeymoon is bound to be the trip of a lifetime, regardless of your destination. In addition to the endless romantic memories you'll be making with your new husband, many couples wish to capture memories in quality photographs, too. From the lightest weight starter options to high-tech DSLRs, check out our favorite cameras for honeymoon travel. You'll never look at your iPhone camera the same.
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For amateur photographers looking for a great point and shoot camera, this is a great, compact option. At only 10.5 oz. and under $500, this camera model enables you to snap high-quality photos, even in the evenings. Added bonuses include an LCD view screen visible in bright sunlight, an easy to use dial, and the ability to change camera settings from the lens itself. ("DSC-RX100" 20.2 megapixel camera, $499, Sony available at Walmart)
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Canon PowerShot S100
With a long zoom lens to ensure stunning shots from afar, and fairly compact in size and weight, this point and shoot features a three-inch LCD screen, video recording options, and a mode dial to control all camera functions from zoom, to focus, light allowance, etc. With quick operation time (2.3 seconds to start and shoot) you will always be prepared for all the unforgettable moments your trip is sure to provide. ("PowerShot S100" camera, $429.99, Canon)
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For midlevel photo enthusiasts who want to opt for DSLR technology, the Nikon D5500 is a fantastic option that even features built in Wi-Fi — perfect or instantly sharing photos! With increased image and video quality, this model is a bit lighter than its competitors at a travel friendly 14.2 oz., and features a swiveling touchscreen, in-camera features, and effects, and more. ("D5500" DSLR camera, starting at $749.95, Nikon)
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Canon EOS 6D
Should you go for a fuller sized professional DSLR camera, you won't regret it — though your neck or back might on particularly long excursions. Providing stunning images, this full frame camera (with a mid-range price tag) features all the bells and whistles of a point and shoot digital camera, and beyond. Built in Wi-Fi and GPS, interchangeable lenses and the ability to use your phone to control the camera make this is a fantastic option for those looking for a quality professional camera at a reasonable price.
("EOS 6D" DSLR camera, $1,499.99, Canon available at Best Buy)
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The Big Kahuna of processional cameras, this full-frame model is considered to have a "tank-like" build and takes exceptional photos at rest, as well as action-capturing activities for adventure and sport seekers. While the average honeymooning couple should opt for lighter, more compact and budget friendly builds, this stand out camera is vetted by PC Magazine as their Editor's Choice DSLR. Promising sharp and detailed photos, energy efficiency, full high definition and beyond, this camera is a standout, having also won the Imaging Resource Camera of the Year award for Overall Achievement.
("D810" HDSLR camera, starting at $2,799.95, Nikon)
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