Vlogging is seen as the trend today, and more people do video blogging than write off an article that sells. Travel vloggers are besetting up hits and followers on YouTube and take in fantastic revenues from individuals who view their videos.

And that's why it's ever more important to invest in high-def cams so that people can appreciate the pixels and resolutions a vlogger can have on their Tubes. Here are five cameras to snag if one wants to do video travel logs.

GoPro Hero 5 Black. GoPro establishes itself as the ultimate travel camera, and we can see why. Vloggers should expect a more high-quality res videos with its latest product model. The Hero 5 offers 4K video and provides stabilization if you happen to be on foot all the time. The camera is also water proof. So, if you're planning on featuring underwater sites, you can opt for this GoPro model.

Panasonic HC-V10 Digital Video Camera. Are you just starting to vlog and on a tight budget? Panasonic HC-V10 provides a high quality definition for a low price. It's no problem to operate a camera with 720p HD at 25 fps specifications. You don't have to spend so much moolah over a camera that you don't know how to use. Start with this one.

Canon EOS 80D. Often called as the 'King of vlogging cameras,' Canon whips up at the camera scene with its 80D. But to tell you honestly, it's the biggest and most expensive camera in the market so far. If you have the money and are serious with vlogging, you can choose Canon 80D. Or maybe just some of its older models. They're quite excellent too.

Nikon Cool-Pix S9500. What can we say that Wonder Share hasn't told anyone of this equipment yet? The camera offers a startling "18MP sensor, WiFi capability, 22x optical zoom, SD card slot, replaceable battery and optical image stabilization." Enough said. It's a camera for vloggers who wanted so much more than just video shooting.

Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera. It is considered as the world's smallest digital film cameras. However, the cam gives the vlogger the power of having cinematic images and choices for editing and finishing a 4K digital film in a high-quality definition.