What is the best DSLR camera in the market? The answer isn’t a simple black and white. What one would consider a great camera depends largely on the photographer’s need so it may vary from person to person. In this article we will be listing what we think are the best DSLR cameras in each segment, professional, mid-tier and beginners.
For years Canon always seemed to edge out Nikon in the DSLR market but not anymore. The Nikon D850 is immensely popular its next to impossible finding them in stock despite its high price tag.
The Nikon D850 is a true professional’s camera. An update of the Nikon D810 the Nikon D850 will tick all most if not all your boxes, whether you are taking shoots at a live event, landscape or wildlife. With its 45.7 megapixels of resolution, superior autofocus, faster buffering speeds, high resolution tilting LCD screen, and significantly longer battery life. It is no wonder that the Nikon D850 is king.
Canon Eos 5D Mark IV
The Canon 5D Mark IV was king before the advent of the Nikon D850. With its terrific features, reliability and excellent image quality, Canon 5D Mark IV was truly to go to camera. Aimed at professionals and advanced enthusiasts, the 5D Mark IV with its accurate autofocus system that would allow you to take great shots, even in low light was well designed to give you the best performance of both still photography and videography, making it a well-designed, highly versatile DSLR.
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
How do you improve on a classic? By creating another classic and that is what canon has done with the Canon EOS 7D Mark II. The Canon 7D Mark II had huge shoes to fill and it hasn’t disappointed. With faster burst shooting, improved autofocus and redesigned micro lenses that offer greater ISO range, the 7D Mark II is clearly the mid-tier DSLR camera of choice for both still shots and videography.
We have looked at the professional and mid-tier but what if you’ve just gotten your feet wet in DSLR waters and a looking for an entry level DSLR camera? Look no further then the Nikon D3400. It is a no-frills beautifully designed camera. One that prioritizes small size, light weight and a simple design, all the while maintaining the benefits of an interchangeable-lens system. It has good image quality and is easy to use for beginners.
Nikon has announced the Launch of the D3500, we shall update you as soon as it hits the market
Canon EOS 200D
Want to jump from smart phone and compact camera photography into the DSLR world? The Canon EOS 200D is a good place to start. It’s small and light design is great for beginners as they learn their way around a DSLR camera’s key controls and settings. The Canon EOS 200D has an impressive set of features as a learning platform.
Yes, there are great DSLR camera from other manufactures such as Pentax, Sony and others but it is cameras from Canon and Nikon that have managed to dominate this segment of camera production. Their wide range of lenses and accessories make them the go to brands for DSLR Cameras.