Vlogging on the go can be hard.

Some Youtubers try do it with their smartphones.

Others have a videographer "friend" film them.

And everyone else in the middle? They vlog with flip screen cameras.

Why do you need a flip screen camera?

Flip screen cameras are a great investment, if you're looking to improve the quality of video content in your vlogs. They're easy to use and most are lighter than DSLR cameras (and just as powerful).

Some have external microphone ports, so you can plug your own audio equipment in. But overall, they're a great tool to have in your filming arsenal, especially if you're looking to up your game as an influencer.

I’ve rounded up the best vlogging cameras with flip screens, for all you future Youtube sensations out there - because, let's face it, there are a lot of choices.

I have my top three pics here, and also I highlighted their stand-out (and not-so-standout) features.

Check them out below, and click the name of them if you want to check out their price or buy them and let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Panasonic LUMIX LX10

  • A "high end" compact camera

  • 1080p and 4K Ultra HD video recording 

  • Touch screen to focus feature

  • No external microphone port

  • "Average" built-in microphone

  • "Better than average" low light performance 

  • Slightly "crops" in on subject when shooting in 4K (but not in 1080p)

  • USB mobile charging friendly

Canon EOS M6 

  • Digital mirrorless camera

  • Very light in weight

  • Decent auto-focus speed

  • Built-in microphone is average

  • External microphone port

  • "Decent"stabilizer   

  • "Very good" low light performance

  • Wifi abilities (can transfer images straight to smartphone) 

Sony a5100 16-50mm

  • Digital mirrorless camera

  • 1080p60 video recording

  • No external microphone port

  • Touch screen to focus feature

  • "Excellent" autofocus feature

  • "Excellent" low light performance

What camera do you use to vlog? Let me know in the comments below.

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