Best Cameras for Real Estate Professionals under $250

REALTORS often purchase equipment for their business, but eventually find themselves using the equipment for personal reasons. What causes this cycle? Lack of research, frustration, and unwillingness to learn how to properly use the equipment they purchased.  When you decide to purchase any new devices, commit to only using them for your business. We take pictures with our phones all the time. Buy a “real estate” specific camera. You’ll end up saving money and get your desired results. 

 

I’ve seen some terrible pictures of some very nice properties. Why do agents have such a difficult time shooting good quality images?

  1. They don’t know how to use their camera
  2. They don’t know how to shoot the property
  3. Their broker/manager can’t shoot good images either

I’ve learned it’s easier to change your systems (equipment) and allow your systems to change your behavior, than it is to change your behavior and not your systems. To begin the process of shooting better images you need to use a camera that is simple and inexpensive. I’ve selected 3 cameras all under $250 that will help you start shooting better images of your properties tomorrow. 

Fujifilm FinePix T550 Digital Camera (Black)

$139

 

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Nikon Coolpix P310 Digital Camera (Black)

$179

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Nikon COOLPIX L820 Digital Camera (Black)

$196

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Reasons I’ve selected these 3 cameras:

  1. Price
  2. Wide Angle Lens
  3. Ability to adjust ISO Settings 

One Comment on “Best Cameras for Real Estate Professionals under $250

  1. Pingback: Best Cameras for Real Estate Professionals under $250 | Waddell Realty Co.,LLC

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