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Freezing the action

For sports photography, it's all about speed. Burst shooting has totally changed the game, giving photographers a fighting chance at getting that perfect shot, even if it means sifting through hundreds of near-identical images to find it! With the arrival of mirrorless bodies, that frames-per-second count has gone through the roof, with some cameras capable of taking north of 30 pictures in a single second. It might not be 'blink and you'll miss it' anymore, but you'll still need to be well and truly switched on to capture those key moments - especially as modern sport has never been nippier.

 

High-octane footage

For sports videography, choice has never been more wide-ranging. The traditional option of taking a fixed-lens camcorder is still extremely popular, due to the simplicity of shooting using a camera specifically designed for that purpose, often featuring extra audio channels and an impressive zoom. Having said that, the latest mirrorless cameras offer shooting options that often surpass those old-school offerings, and provide additional benefits like being able to choose a suite of lenses and accessories to really tailor your setup to the sport you're filming.

Freezing the action

For sports photography, it's all about speed. Burst shooting has totally changed the game, giving photographers a fighting chance at getting that perfect shot, even if it means sifting through hundreds of near-identical images to find it! Some cameras are capable of taking north of 30 pictures in a single second.

High-octane footage

The traditional option of taking a fixed-lens camcorder is still extremely popular, due to the simplicity of shooting using a camera specifically designed for that purpose, often featuring extra audio channels and an impressive zoom. Having said that, the latest mirrorless cameras offer shooting options that often surpass those old-school offerings, and provide additional benefits like being able to choose a suite of lenses and accessories to really tailor your setup to the sport you're filming.