Tired of taking snaps with your smartphone or the same old point-and-shoot camera? Feel like getting a new gadget for capturing outdoor activity, or recording memorable anecdotes in frames? Take a look at these Top 10 Best DSLR Cameras For Beginners and intermediates alike.
10 Canon EOS Rebel T6i
The T6i is a very good choice for beginners because of its APS-C image sensor with 24.2 MP resolutions, fully automatic shooting mode and 19-point Autofocus system. The optical view finder makes it convenient to shoot even in bright sunlight. It has touchscreen features, Burst Mode option & makes a very good choice for professionals.
9 Nikon D3300
One of Nikon’s best; it can take quality images in low light and gives fast performance with Viewfinder. Suitable for varied skill levels; work it like a simple automatic camera or regulate manual DSLR shooting modes. It gives 24.2 MP resolutions pictures by APS-C image sensor. Use a separate adapter to get wireless image transfer into other devices.
8 Nikon D5200
It is a slightly older model in the Nikon category but a great choice for starters. It lacks any touchscreen LED or Wi-Fi connectivity but has an impressive 39point Autofocus feature which is a rarity in this price range of cameras. If you are looking for a solid starter within a reasonable cost, this one is it.
7 Canon EOS Rebel SL1
This is one of the first compact DSLRs featuring full HD video recording and user-friendly guided interface. The pros include great LIVE View AF performance, polished touchscreen and easy to use interface. Given its somewhat bulky design, it has hence spawned further advanced models like the EOS Rebel T7i, EOS 800D, and EOS 77D.
6 Pentax K-70
Rugged model with weather resistant lenses packs a real punch in the Pentax K series. The new hybrid lenses utilize live view Autofocus system, an alternate for the Viewfinder-first of its kind in the Pentax brand. Enjoy best quality landscape pics with the Shake Reduction system in-built into the camera. The only catch? It has a slightly restricted lens range.
5 Nikon D5600
Choosing between Nikon & Canon can be a real drag. The recently upgraded version of its predecessor D5500 can give close competition to Canon’s EOS Rebel T7i/ EOS 800D. It sports a large 3.2” variable angle touchscreen, 24.2 MP photos by its DX-format CMOS sensor and 1080p video recording. Share and/or backup your pictures to other devices using Snapbridge app.
4 Pentax K-S2
This camera is preferable for making videos with an awesome 1080 p h.264 HD video in 4K format. It has 24 MP filterless APS-C sensor, with the toughest durability and boasts of rough outdoor usage for landscape photography. There is large High-Resolution 3” variable angle swing out LCD monitor plus Wi-Fi connect button/dedicated selfie mode.
3 Canon EOS Rebel T7i
Also called EOS 800D, it is one of the top choices for Canon devotees, especially in the beginners’ zone. The ISO level is much improved over older models and the Autofocus option got a boost by a 45-point arrangement backed up by excellent live view AF system. The absence of 4K video recording is. however disappointing.
2 Nikon D3400
The D3300 and D3400 are almost on the same level of design and performance. The only difference is in connectivity; you have to buy a compatible plug-in Wi-Fi-adapter for transferring media into your smartphone/tablets. A very good pick for amateur DSLR users.
1 Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III
Some may criticize the Micro Four Thirds Sensor format, comparing it with APS-C sensor but the picture quality has minor differences if any. Equipped with a 5-axis image stabilization, electronic viewfinder, and 4K video recording- it is evidently a very efficient photographic tool.
Let’s hope this blurb serves its purpose and helps you pick a camera from the assortment of gadgets available in the market. Cheerio!