It should give good image quality
This is one of the first requirements when it comes to buying camera for any purpose, isn’t it? However, the amount of focus on good image quality differs from person to person. For example, land photographers would want good image quality with a wide dynamic range to cover the finer details. On the other hand wildlife photography does not focuses more on the subject than the details present in the surroundings. Even higher ISO settings are useful in wildlife photography.
Auto Focus ability
This kind of photography is often about animals in motion. When in motion, animals rarely give the photographers any chance to adjust the focus of their camera prior to capturing the picture, isn’t it? In such situations, it is important to have a camera with good auto focus ability that helps you capture even the smallest detail of the subject to perfection.
You can either opt for a camera with longer lens or simply buy the lens separately. Having a long lens with a good zooming ability makes it easier for you to capture the subject accurately particularly in situations when you can’t afford to get too close to the animal.
Wildlife photography is not about shooting from a tripod. On the contrary, a large part of wildlife photography talks about clicking the animals in the most unfriendly conditions. Therefore, wisdom lies in investing in a camera that comes with a high rating for durability and system ruggedness. You can always refer to the internet for suggestions on such models prior to purchasing anything.