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Published On: Fri, May 18th, 2018

Best 7 DSLR Cameras You Should Buy in 2018

Have you been looking for an opportunity to get the best DSLR cameras? Your search in nearly coming to an end. This article presents to you the top seven digital cameras in the global market. One thing you need to understand is that what is good for me may not be ideal for you. It’s advisable to match the features of the camera with your unique needs. You will be able to get a gadget that meets your needs with a high level of precision.

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  • Nikon D810

 

This is a hefty and impressive full-frame DSLR that has been around for more than two years now. It is still one of the best DSLR cameras on the market. It has a megapixel sensor of 36.3 which is precise, detailed, ad delivers an outstanding quality of images. It only shoots 1080 and not 4K video and some people don’t like its continuous shooting. This is a highly impressive camera if you will not be using the above features. The gadget is ideal for shooting experts and hobbyists.

 

  • Canon EOS 800D

 

This is a reasonably compact, attractive and solid camera that comes at a fair price. It does not have the 4K video recording but you can use it with a lot of ease. It has a fast and effective autofocus and you can easily use it with the touchscreen to pick your desired focus point. Even fist time users will confirm that this camera has an inviting interface. The 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor is a true performer even during low lights.  

 

  • Canon EOS 5D Mk IV

 

This is a versatile, powerful, responsive and fast 5D real jewel and the latest edition is the most powerful one. It is a 30.4-megapixel camera that has an amazing performance in all ways. It has a super precise auto focus whether you are framing the shot or using the viewer on the 3.2in LCD rear screen. This camera comes with a full-frame sensor meaning that the sensor has the same size with the frame of 35mm film. This gadget can also shoot videos like other DSLRs at a high resolution of 4K. Having the GPS feature implies that you can tag your images with a lot of ease. It’s one of the best DSLR cameras on the market.

 

  • Sony Alpha99

 

This is a full-frame camera that comes with a high resolution sensor of 42.4 megapixels. The rear screen of this camera folds out and this makes the low shots or overheads much easier. Looking at it critically, Sony Alpha99 is not 100% DSLR because it has a translucent mirror that allows light through its sensor without moving.  The implication is that you can shoot faster and this camera can make 12 frames per second.

 

  • Canon EOS 77D

 

The camera has a 24.2-megapixel sensor that is similar to the one found in EOS 800D. However, this camera has additional features like the top-mounted LCD panel for handily showing exposure settings. The camera also has more comprehensive controls on its rear. These features are highly useful to those experienced photographers.

 

  • Nikon D3300

 

This camera is an excellent for beginners with its 24.2-megapixel sensor. The device is fast and effective and has a design that supports easy picking and using. The only challenge is that it tends to have several controls whenever you feel like going beyond automatic. Video recording is restricted to full HD resolution even though it still looks great. Its LCD camera is not touch sensitive and it does not fold outside. The camera is highly affordable and has additional connectivity features. It’s one of the best DSLR cameras in the market.

 

  • Pentax K-1

 

This full-frame DSLR from Pentax is a bit expensive but gives you value for your money. It comes with a 36-megapixel sensor that works with an efficient engine processor to deliver detailed and rich images. It has an inbuilt shake reduction system that moves its sensor so as to compensate for any accidental movements. Its video recording is full HD and not 4K. its optical viewfinder can match full 100% of what the sensor can see even though it also has a tilting LCD screen for framing your shot on. You can use the GPS sensor to tag your photos and the wi-fi feature will allow you to transfer them quickly to a tablet or phone.

Conclusion

With all this information, you have all it takes to choose one of the best DSLR cameras. You need to choose a gadget that will give you the value for your money. Go through the description of each device and choose the one that will offer you the best service.

Author: Ariana Smith

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