Cameras are a part and parcel of a professional photographer’s life. One of the best ways of cherishing one’s memories is by photographs and videos. So cameras have become a daily used gadget at many homes. DSLR cameras with its ease of using features and techniques have made even a beginner in photography gain confidence. A few of the best selling DSLR cameras in India are briefly described here. They are not written in any particular order of ranking.
1. Pentax K-50: It is weather sealed mid level camera giving protection from rain, snow and dust. It comes with a more polished 16.3 APS-C sensors and PRIME M processor which help in reducing noise and suppresses jagged lines. It shoots up to 6 frames per second in high speed continuous mode. It has the capability of catching the Wi-Fi with its Eye-Fi SD card compatibility ensuring you could transfer photos to you smart devices or PC wirelessly. The Eye-Fi can trim and re size the images before transferring. The shooter has the fabulous optical viewfinder that offers 100% view and full 1080p HD video recording up to 30 frames per second. It has dimensions of 5.1 x 3.8 x 2.8 inches and weighs 20.8 ounces without battery and 22.9 ounces with battery.
2. Canon SL1: It is rated amongst the smallest and lightest DSLR cameras. The SL1 has an 18MP APS-C size sensor and DIGIC 5 image processor that captures images in perfect clarity and is prefect for enlarging or cropping images. It shoots up to 4 frames per second for up to 7 continuous RAW files or 28 full resolution JPEGs. Any image however fast can be captured thanks to the amazing auto- focus that is consistent to capture the moving objects. It offers a ISO range of 100 to 12800 that can be expanded to 25.600 in H mode. It has dimensions of 4.6 x 3.6 x 2.7 inches and weighs about 407 grams with the battery and SD memory card.
3. Nikon D5300: The gadget is a remarkable upgrade of the previously launched D5200. The most noticeable improvement has been the built in Wi-Fi functionality which is seen in a Nikon device for the first time and so does not require a dongle for transferring images wirelessly. It also is the first Nikon to have built in GPS. The D5300 comes with 24MP APS-C type CMOS sensor and the latest EXPEED 4 processor. The sensitivity offers an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 expandable to 25,600. The continuous shooting can clock 5 frames per second. It has dimensions of 5.1 x 3.9 x 3.1 inches and weighs 480 grams alone and with 53 grams with the battery and memory SD card.
4. Olympus OM-D E-M1: The 16MP Live MOS sensor is a filter free anti aliasing camera capable of shooting detailed images. Olympus has combined a mirror less interchangeable lens camera with the manually controlled high image quality found in DSLR cameras. The O M DE M1 has an ISO...