The capture of bokeh is mostly dependent on the lens you’re using. However, it is worth noting that to set yourself up for success, you should use a Mirrorless or DSLR camera. These are the best cameras for bokeh as they feature interchangeable lenses, meaning that you can select the best one for your camera and your shooting style.
Bokeh is produced by shooting with your lens at its maximum aperture, or “wide open”, as this is sometimes called. This itself is quite easy to achieve: you only need to change one setting! The trick is balancing this change in conjunction with your other key settings in the exposure triangle, ISO and shutter speed.
Shooting with your lens wide open means it is capturing plenty of light, which is good in low-light conditions, but can cause some over-exposure in bright conditions, such as shooting in broad daylight. To avoid capturing over-exposed photos, you will need to set your ISO to as low as possible, and use a faster shutter speed. If your photos are still over-exposed, or if you are wanting to use a slower shutter speed for creative effect, you will need to invest in a Neutral Density filter for your lens.