Best DSLR Reviews

Digital SLR (DSLR) cameras took photography up a notch for both novice and professional photographers. Still, DSLR cameras differ widely in the features they have to offer. Besides the basics – superb picture quality, interchangeable lens, and manual controls – buyers can now pick these cameras depending on portability, pricing and the presence of viewfinders. Here is a look at the best DSLR cameras right now. 

Here are the Best DSLRs for you to choose from

1. Canon EOS 5DS

Hands down, this is the best full-frame DSLR camera you can own. Among other features, this camera offers 50.6 megapixels, a 1080p video resolution, a 36 by 24 mm CMOS sensor, astounding resolving power, great dynamic range, and a very convincing value proposition. If you are a pro who will settle for nothing but the best DSLR camera in the market, this is the choice to make. Of course, you will need to use the best lens and prepare to deal with large raw files when using the EOS 5DS.

2. Nikon D810

Any expert photographer would appreciate this powerful 36.3 MP camera for its great handling and splendid image quality. With an optical viewfinder, a 1080p resolution for movies, a 3.2-inch monitor and ability to offer 5fps in continuous shooting, Nikon D810 will not fail you as a pro camera.

3. Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Thanks to its 10fps continuous shooting abilities, this is a camera that can stand up to professional sports, wildlife, and action photography. The camera comes with a decent 20.2 MP resolution for pictures and can take 1080p movies. The Mark II also comes with a hybrid autofocus system not typically available within this price range.

4. Nikon D7200

For photographers looking to own a great DSLR camera at a great price, the 24.2 Mp D7200 is a perfect solution. With its ability to take continuous shots at speeds of 6fps, record movies at 1080p, and record sharp images, this is an excellent camera for photography fans keen to get good results from their work.

5. Sony A77 II

This camera standsout for its impressive 12fps continuous shooting capability. A77 II also features an APS-C 24.3 MP sensor, a 3-inch articulating monitor, and an electronic viewfinder among other features. These impressive features make this one of the best professional cameras currently in the market.

6. Canon EOS 6D

The 20.2 MP full-frame sensor, an optical viewfinder, and other features make this pro camera capable of high quality photos. The simplistic design on this camera should also offer extra appeal to photographers who prefer to keep things simple.

7. Nikon D750

Due to its full-frame 24 MP sensor, ability to offer 6.5fps in continuous shooting, and an adjustable screen, this camera is great for pros looking for a great DSLR camera at a friendly price. This camera truly gives its D810 counterpart a run for its money despite its considerably lower price.

8. Nikon D3300

This compact camera, available for around 300 euros, offers a great photography experience for beginners. This camera comes with a 24.2 MP APS-C sensor, a 3-inch monitor, and 5fps in continuous shooting – features you can find on more pricier pro cameras.

9. Sony A58

Beginners have plenty to gain by owning the A58. For one, it comes with a 20.1 MP sensor, a continuous shooting speed of 8fps, a 2.7-inch tilting monitor, image stabilization technology, and lens kits that makes this great camera a steal for any photographer.

10. Pentax K-S2

The Pentax K-S2 features a 20.1 MP sensor, an articulating 3-inch monitor, and the ability to do 5.4fps in continuous shooting. The camera is also weatherproof and versatile enough to meet the needs of serious photographers and beginners in need of a simple and yet effective DSLR camera.

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