SLR stands for the digital single-lens reflex camera also known as DSLR or digital SLR. DSLR camera combines optics and mechanism of single lens reflex camera which accompanies digital imaging sensor. The main difference between DSLR and other digital cameras is only the reflex design scheme. In DSLR cameras, light travels through the lens and then to a mirror which will automate to send an image to the picture sensor. The main advantage of using one lens is you will get the perceptibly original result of what is captured by camera’s sensor.

The main points that will attract the user towards the DSLR cameras are the bigger image sensors which will give more control over the shot for the better image quality. Also, there are more options available for the shoot because of their ability to change lenses. DSLR provides easy to use automatic features so everyone would get their result very easily.

All the DSLR camera kit will include DSLR camera and a lens along with it. There is a versatile lens, for example, a lens with 18-55mm zoom factor. It is very easy and an additional feature of the DSLR camera to capture specific shots such as picturesque landscapes, long zooms and extreme close – ups because of its interchangeable lenses.

There is also another option of buying a DSLR camera without lenses. If you wish to own your lenses then see that they are compatible with the DSLR you select to buy.


The resolution of the digital camera is measured in megapixels. One of the significant facts is that all the megapixels are not created equal. Small pixels do not work well as that of larger pixels, which are found in DSLR cameras. The bigger pictures of the DSLR cameras absorbs the light and produces better color quality and are also not prone to color distortions and noise.


List of the best and different DSLR cameras are as under:

Here we have mentioned the list of the best DSLR cameras along with their ASIN codes and also a brief explanation for the same. This list will surely help you solve your confusion of buying the best DSLR camera.

1. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

2. Nikon D3300 Digital SLR Camera

Nikon D3300 Digital SLR Camera

3. Nikon D810

Nikon D810
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4. Nikon D7200

Nikon D7200

5. Canon EOS 7D

Canon EOS 7D

6. SONY A99


7. Pentax K-1 Full Frame DSLR Camera

Pentax K-1

8. Canon 750D Rebel T6i

Canon EOS Rebel T6i

9. Canon EOS 80D

Canon EOS 80D

10. Nikon D610

Nikon D610


Now let us have a brief introduction for each of the DSL cameras.

1. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is the camera with 50.6 megapixels with highest resolution full frame available in the market. It is bigger and thicker in size as compared to the other average consumer buying DSLR. This camera will give you 700 shots with twin DIGIC 6 processor gobbling up with a good deal. There is the trio of dual function on the top control of six key camera features. Those are the metering pattern, white balance, AF mode, drive mode, ISO and flash compensation. You can press the front dial or real dial in the either way you want to alter the settings. The front dial is on the top plate behind the release of the shutter which can easily be found by the index finger.

The rear dial is bit unusual. It is more of the large and circular disc that can be pinned by your thumb. It works brilliantly because it has no secondary functions that could be done automatically. For navigating menus and other screen options, there is little thumb stick. It is slightly vague but will work correctly. Also, in between, there is a ‘Q’ button which is to customize the display settings.

Video is showing the features and details of the DSLR camera canon EOS 5D Mark IV

2. Nikon D3300

Nikon 300 is after all the highest resolution DSLR camera in its range. It is the most affordable 24-megapixel camera in the market today. It may happen that initially, the megapixel count may be inconsequential to work but yet it works well with the option to crop into shots without quality loss. We will not get the ability to magnify the preview. You can shoot using the viewfinder or rear LCD screen set in live view mode. You can shoot using the viewfinder or rear LCD screen set in live view mode. Live view will use user-positioned focus point which can be placed on the screen from edge to edge. There are four frames per second for the burst speed.It works well in the real light, and there is an AF assist light for the things that gets too dim. The entirety of ISO 100-6400 sensitivity range can be used to some degree. ISO 1600 is the highest setting where color noise becomes noticeable. Even, ISO 3200 is softer and also color is muted.

Hyper critical eyes will notice some evidence of color noise in any gradient areas. It would get negligible until ISO 400. It will also include 1080p movie mode with 30, 25 or 24 frames per second capture which will use H.264 codec t output MOV files. There is no manual control available as there is everything automatic here.

Finally, it is all about your imaging needs. If you are a newbie and if you are in need of the high-quality images and a decent movie mode the D3200 is excellent and outperforms middleweight DSLRs on those fronts.

You can see the features and advantages of the Nikon D3200 in the video given below:

3. Nikon D810

Nikon says that D810 is the best came in the history for producing the high-quality image. It has high megapixels, and there is no anti-aliasing feature for better detail resolution. The video capability to shoot at 50p or 60p with a zebra mode that will show areas close to burning out. Videos are shot in FX or DX format with a clean HDMI out plus. When shooting video, you can also set it to ISO 64 to ISO 51200. Also, there is an auto ISO function which will allow you to specify maximum sensitivity settings. This feature is mainly used when it combines with the ability to use power aperture and set the two buttons next to the lens and then mount on the front of the camera for opening up and closing down of the aperture. For picture control options you can now change and adjust the quality and contrast of the image you want. Nikon has 51 points MULTI-CAM AF mode with usual options. When AF mode gets to activate the user will select AF point, and cameras will use it. Nikon D810 has given a new feature of shutter mechanism which is necessary for the reduction of the vibration and which will provide a steadier image with a less blackout for better auto focusing and sharper images. You can record until 12-bit raw files.The only disadvantage of Nikon D810 is it does not have capacity of the huge files and there is no in- built Wi-Fi facility. So if the used wants to transfer the files then there will be the need of the cable connection by which you can transfer the file.

Let us now have a look at the video showing the features and review of the DSLR camera Nikon D810

4. Nikon D7200

Nikon D7200 is very well balanced, with the button positioned at the correct place. It is little tricky to handle viewing it at the waist level or overhead. It is possible to shot the video using a live preview to show an image of rear 3.2-inch screen. There is a lockable dial located at the top of the camera with a secondary dial to its base to control the drive mode. The arrangements of the other buttons are also user-friendly. To the front left-hand side, there is an AF switch which will toggle between auto and manual focus, whereas the button which is encased by the same switch can be held in conjunction with the camera’s rear thumbwheel to adjust focus type. For the new model of the Nikon D7200, there is 51 point setup for the low light condition. These focus points are centralized in the arrangement with the left-right is the central part of the majority of the shoots. Also, there is the feature of the continuous auto-focus mode in which 3D tracking option works well. Burst mode in Nikon D7200 has added a fantabulous feature to this DSLR camera. The other attractive facility that used focuses is 1.3x crop mode which will trim 24- megapixel image frame down to 15.4-megapixel crop and also will condense the autofocus area to cover the majority of the frame. The best facility the user can use is the Wi-Fi and NFC. In Nikon D7200 camera there is wireless mobility utility that pairs the smart device to the camera via Wifi directly. Once the pairing is successful, the Nikon D7200 offers an easy way to view images, download them to the device and also can share the images very easily. The absence of the low pass filter means that there will be more sharpness in the pictures. The general lack of the picture noise in shots is one of the most attractive features for the shots from ISO 100 to ISO 800 reflecting the clean and bright frame.Overall the DSLR camera Nikon 7200 is an impressive DSLR.

Let us have an overview tutorial for DSLR Nikon D7200.

5. Canon EOS 7D

Canon EOS 7D has a sensor with dual Digic 6 processing engines that will make the camera faster and responsive. This feature activates a maximum continuous shooting speed of 10 frames per second until the card is full with the JPEGs file. The native sensitivity range is ISO 100-16,000 with the expansion settings taking up to ISO 51,200.  The central point of the Canon EOS 7D is a dual cross type at f/2.8, and to the down, the sensitivity is to f/8 which is helpful for the photographers who wants to use an extender with telephoto lenses. In this camera, the exposure is handled by 150,000-pixel RGB and an infrared sensor. There is also USB 3.0 port for the transfer of the images and a bracket ship with the camera to hold the cable securely in the place when the camera is tethered to a computer. On the back side of the camera, there is a 3-inch, 1,040,000-dot LCD screen which is used to capture videos or images in live view mode. There is also an electronic level at the top of the viewfinder which works independently of the AF buttons. Canon EOS 7D has given two card slots. It will accept SD/SDHC/SDXC media which are compatible with Compact Flash (CF) cards. CF cards are faster than the SD media cards. They can shoot at 10fps. Another highlighting feature includes interval meter for shooting a time-lapse sequence with a multi-exposure mode, a built-in compass, and GPS technology. The only disappointing thing is the Canon EOS 7D does not have Wi-Fi included. Those wishing to transfer the images wirelessly will need to buy the Canon WFT-E7B wireless transmitter. Canon’s automatic white balance system is the best feature for capturing the natural scene and not rendering the warm tones completely neutral.

Let us see the review and on test video for the Canon EOS 7D

6. SONY A99

The SLT concept used in Sony Alpha 99 is an interesting idea which uses translucent mirror in order to get light to the sensor for a perfect shot. This means that there can be possibility of the continuous shot without interruption as the mechanical movement is restricted to the shutter. Exposure and auto white balance gets adjusted in the real time. It gets packed in the 2.35 million dots so there is no option for denying crisp resolution. The 0.71x magnification and 0.5-inch display gives a unique look to the Sony Alpha 99 DSLR camera. There is a unique feature which includes rear LCD screen’s vari-angle bracket. At the front end side of the camera, there is an adjustment button which not only allows adjustment in the movie mode but also allows key settings for the shooting skills. Also, there is a Tele-zoom button that will magnify by 1.4x or 2x while shooting JPEG files. Sony A99 offers dual SD card slots, or there is also an option to use Memory Stick Pro.

Let us have a look a video showing the review of the Sony A99 DSLR camera.

7. Pentax K-1 Full Frame DSLR Camera

Pentax Company is considered as one of the biggest brands in the revolution of the film to digital camera manufacturing. For the beginners, the full frame 36 million pixel sensors with 14-bit PRIME IV processing engine and 33-point SAFOX autofocus system are the greatest attraction. For more feature, Pentax has included AA filter simulator for reduction of the moiré patterning when needed. There is also an Astro Tracer that used data from the GPS to guide the movement of the sensor. The system in the Pentax has now got improved that it is said that the camera is usable when it is handheld and also for the moving subjects. Pentax K1 allows maximum continuous shots of the shooting rate 4.4 frames per second. Video recording also gets limited maxing out at 60i/30p in H.264 format. The benefit of using the new processing engine is that it reduces the new noise algorithm. Metering in this DSLR camera is handled by an 86,000-pixel RGB sensor which supplies data to the real-time scene analysis and keeps an eye on subject color and brightness. On the back side of the camera, there is a 3.2 inch 1,037,000 dot that is mounted on using novel tilted mechanism. It is inbuilt Wi-Fi that allows the images to get a transfer to a Smartphone or tablet and also it allows the camera to work remotely.

You can well adjust your fingers because the front grip is very kind and profound. On the back side of the camera there is slim but ergonomic thumb ridge that is connected with the front grip and which makes the camera feel safe in your grasp.

Let us have a look at the videos for Pentax K-1 full frame DSLR camera.

8. Canon 750D Rebel T6i

Canon 750D is the logical model upgraded after 700D models, and it focuses on novices. Canon 750D Rebel T6i possess new APS-C format COS format with the active pixel count of 24.2 million and six digit processing system, an autofocus system with 19 cross type points. This hybrid system has consisted of the greater number of the focusing pixels arranged in a regular manner. There are inbuilt WI-Fi and NFC feature to connect it with other Smart Phones for remote sharing. Canon 750D can shoot continuously up to 5fps. There is also an increase in the burst depth up to 30 JPEG or 6 raw files of 700D. The main feature that attracts the user is the anti-flicker mode that alerts Flicker from the fluorescent light. The use of this DSLR camera is very simple, you just need to press quick menu or tap the icon on a screen, and you will see a quick route to the settings. Navigation buttons are used for the further selections and adjustments. Mode of exposure or expenditure depends on the type of your use and is adjusted by pressing a button on the top of the camera while you rotate the main dial near the shutter release. There are same metering options available for live mode and video mode, but the camera uses the imaging sensor for supplying the information and evaluative mode using 315 zones, partial metering covers 10% of the scene and spot 2.7%.

Let us have a look at the review and field test of Canon 750D Rebel T6i

9. Canon EOS 8D

Let us start with the key features of the Canon EOS 8D.

  • Seven fps continuous shooting with AF mode.
  • Weatherproof body.
  • Wi-Fi and NFC feature
  • 75-pixel RGB+IR metering.
  • 186p video capturing
  • 3″ 1.4M-dot touchscreen
  • 45 point AF system with all cross-type points.


Canon EOS 8D is an enthusiast DSLR camera and its successor to 7D. This camera also gains a new 45 point hybrid AF system with all the points being the cross type. The body of the 8D is made from the polycarbonate exterior and magnesium alloy chassis. It cannot shoot 4K, but it offers 186p capture and continuous auto focusing during video shooting. There is a compliment provided of headphone socket to its microphone port. There are other improvements in the form of the new mirror vibration control system which reduces the blur-reducing effects of the shutter shock. This sensor also allows tracking the viewfinder. On the left side of the camera there is a dial mode which avoids accidental bumps, and on the right aspect of the camera there you will find the access to AF mode. In the middle of the control dial and shutter, you will find the AF area selection button which is meant to be used with one’s eye to the finder. Clicking on it will allow it to jump to four different modes of the AF area.  The majority of the control points on the 8D are placed such that you can access it in a very simple manner. Control points are identical to the predecessor. There are a couple of other subtle differences. The body is well sized with the ample control points while remaining reasonable lights.

The review video for this product is:

10. Nikon D610

The primary key features of the DSLR Camera D610 can be listed as follows:

  • 24.3-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor.
  • 39 point AF system
  • Refined auto white balance system
  • Dual SD memory card slots
  • 1080p30 full HD video


D610 DSLR camera is the updated version with basically three new features as compared to D600. It produces excellent JPEG image quality, and it performs very well at the high sensitives. It has solid, weather-sealed magnesium alloy body with high-end video specs. The only drawback for the DSLR camera D610 that one can complain is reported oil issue seems to be fixed. On looking to the position of the keys in D610 there is a lockable exposure mode dial with lockable drive mode dial under it. The only difference between the D600 and D610 is the position of the magnification button that got shifted one position in downward side. D610 offers eight way controllers that point the AF mode in manual selection mode. This is used in the used of 39 point AF system and it can also be used to prevent accidents in case of the emergency.


How will you find the Best DSLR Cameras?

There is an increasing array of the DSLR, so it is important to consider all the important factors and select a DSLR camera.

The factors you need to consider are:

1. Price
Price is an essential element while thinking about buying a camera. The price of the DSLR ranges from quite affordable at lower ends to extremely high prices at the professional end. So, you need to set your budget and also consider the other extra costs before owning a DSLR camera. Those costs include:

The cost of the lens, battery costs, memory cards, camera bags, filters, extended warranties. These are the extra costs that you will need to pay after buying a camera.

2. What is your use?
When you enter the store for purchasing the camera, the first question that would be asked to you would be what your purpose for buying the camera is? But, in the real sense, this is the question that you must ask yourself which will help you think the features of buying the camera.

3. Size
DSLR are the most sizeable camera than the comapct point and shoot cameras, but there is a variation of size in between them also. Some photographers do not mind in carrying the camera of heavyweight. But, if you are interested in go photography then you can choose to buy small and light models that can be very handy.

4. Resolution
How many megapixels does it have? Is the often question that is asked about a new camera. But, it is an issue when you consider how you will use your images. If you are choosing to look for the enlargements, then looking to megapixels is good, but if you are going to print it in the small sizes, then megapixels is not so crucial.

5. Sensor size
The term ‘crop factor’ is the when you talk about the sensor of the size. A larger sensor has bigger advantages over a smaller one.

Most DSLRs have a huge list of the features that overwhelm and confuse you on comparison with the other cameras. The essential features are the ability to use aperture and shutter priority, auto or manual focus. Here is the list of some standard features.

1. Burst mode
Capacity to shoot the burst of the images and the entire DSLR camera vary in both the number of frames that they can shoot per second. The second one is the how many images they can capture in one burst.

2. Maximum shutter speed
All the DSLRs have a decent range of the rates available, but some have impressive top speeds which can be useful if you are in sports or action photography?

3. ISO ratings
In the same manner, all the DSLRs offers a great range of the ISO settings, but some take it to the next level which is used in low light photography.

4. Flash
Professional cameras do not offer the built-in flash, but DSLR has a hot shoe at the entry level which includes in-built flash.

5. Connectivity
Getting the photos from DSLR into a computer happens by using USB cable, but some people prefer to transfer it using FireWire or wireless.


Best 3 DSLR Camera for the range $300 – $3000

1. Best DSLR Camera for the range $300 – $800

Nikon D810

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The key feature that makes the Nikon D810 the best buying DSLR camera are:

Nikon Company says that the Nikon D810 is the best image producing DSLR camera in its history. It possesses high pixel count and there is no anti-aliasing filter for the better resolution. You can choose this camera as the best DSLR camera because it has the best price range that beginners can afford for owing the DSLR camera with the best resolution.

2. Best DSLR Camera for the range $800 – $1500

Nikon D7200

Nikon D7200

Nikon D7200 is the best camera in the range of $785 with the striking feature of the vari-angle screen that highly competes with the Canon product. There is a lack of Wi-Fi and NFC for transferring images via Smartphone but the sensor that is included is paired with latest expeed 4 processing engine. So for the beginners especially for capturing the memories Nikon D7200 can be the best owing DSLR camera.

3. Best DSLR Camera for $1500 – $3000

Nikon D610

Nikon D610

This camera ranges for $1496, and the essential features that attract the user towards it are 24.3-megapixel full frame CMOS camera sensor with maximum 6fps continuous shooting. There is also a wireless flash control which increases the quality of the image. You can get also get the best video quality of 1080p30 full HD.  There is a dual SD memory card storage which stores the maximum images in it.



Selecting the appropriate DSLR camera helps you capture your memories in a proper manner. As discussed earlier there are many things that you need to look at while choosing the best DSLR camera. The primary purpose is to decide the reason for which you want to owe a camera. We have tried to review the best products with their significant features and characteristics. So you can quickly seek out the best DSLR camera for yourself.

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