Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Best Budget Friendly DSLR Cameras Which Can Take Amazing Photos | Destination Bucket

If the photography is your hobby or a passion, then you need a good camera which fits in your budget and can take a incredible photos. For this you need a good DSLR camera, currently there are many dslr cameras in the market, but it is very difficult to find which one is best for you. For beginners the cheap DSLR camera is a most affordable way to get into photography profession. In this post i am going to tell you about the best cheap dslr camera models which can takes stunning photos.

Cheap DSLR cameras for beginners
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If you want to be a expert photographer, then don't go for mirrorless camera, DSLR is the right type of camera for you, many professional photographers only use dslr cameras to take amazing photos. Here is a list of most popular budget friendly dslr cameras which can take amazing photos for you.

1. Canon EOS 1300D

Canon EOS 1300D review
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This is the best camera model from canon replaced with its previous 1200D model, which was the top selling DSLR camera on Amazon after it was launched. Canon gets tremendous success with the 1200D model and this camera is the upgraded version of 1200D model. Canon designed 1300D to compete with the Nikon D3300 model. This is a 18-megapixel best shooter camera and ISO range is a 100 to 6400. In low light photography this camera don't capture good quality images, but in daylight this camera can capture stunning photos as like you imagine in your mind. The Shutter speed range of canon 1300D is 30 second to 1/4000th of a second. There is nothing to complain about that.

Price : approximately 25000 (With EF-S 18-55 mm IS II lens)

Pros and Cons of Canon 1300D camera

  • This camera comes with built-in Wireless connectivity
  • Using NFC feature you can easily share photos to your smartphones.
  • One of the best budget friendly DSLR options from Canon in the market right now.
  • Not best option for night photography 
  • Auto-focusing is not good on this camera when it comes to capture any moving objects.

2. Nikon D3500

Nikon D3500 review
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This is a best entry-level dslr model in Nikon's camera range looks same like it's previous Nikon D3400 model, but the design is improved to make camera more light weight and comfortable to grip. It is an entry-level dslr model from nikon but it has a 24.2MP sensor which only gets in the high budget cameras and it also offers a 5fps continuous shooting speed in beginners camera. The nikon D3500 has all manual controls you need to learn about photography to improve your skills.

Pros and Cons of Nikon D3500 camera

  • It gives you a Great image quality
  • Neat retracting kit lens
  • Easy to operate for beginners
  • The screen is not movable and also not touch-sensitive.

3. Canon Eos 200D

Canon EOS 200D camera review
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This camera has been getting some positive reviews on all selling platform and I think it is a best alternative of the Nikon.The canon 200D is a 24-megapixel camera that comes with 3 inch articulated LCD touch screen. The ISO range of this camera is very impressive and best in this class 100 to 25600. The shutter speed range is also very good, it is 30 seconds to 1/4000th of a second. This camera can shoot at five frames per second. Canon EOS 200D is also capable for shooting full HD videos at 60 fps, which can provide great pictures quality on a big screen.

Pros and Cons of Canon EOS 200D

  • It has good battery life.
  • It has touch screen display which makes operation more easier.
  • Low light photography is better than other models here.
  • It has NFC and Bluetooth for photo sharing.
  • It don't have GPS function for geo-tagging.
  • less auto-focus points.

4. Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300 camera review
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Nikon is one of the most popular brand that attracts all photographers around the world. Canon and Nikon have always been the great camera manufacturer offering awesome cameras for the great photography. I think this is a best budget DSLR camera under 40000. Nikon just gave it all to its users with this model. This 24-megapixel camera has 3.2 inch articulated LCD screen. This means you can shots at different angles and you can take selfies of yourself too! The ISO range of this model is 100 to 12800. The shutter speed range is 30 seconds to 1/4000th of a second, so you can't miss to capture a memorable event again and it also perform great in low light conditions. The nikon D5300 is capable to shoot Full HD 1080p videos at 60 fps and that is the best spec in this class.

Pros and Cons of Nikon D5300 camera

  • This camera comes with a awesome features like GPS, WiFi connectivity for transferring photos directly to your smartphone and for geo-tagging.
  • The auto-focusing system of this model is best in this price range.
  • The kits that are offered with this camera make this model more budget friendly.
  • Shiny LCD screen is create glare and reflections on screen and due to this it can be hard to read in sunlight.

5. Canon EOS 4000D

Canon EOS 4000D camera review
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This is a great value for money camera from canon, which also known as the Rebel T100 . Canon EOS 4000D is a whole new model with new levels of technology. It offers an APS-C sensor with a 9 point autofocus technology, you can record Full HD video, also provide 3fps continuous shooting, ISO range is 100 to 6400 and comes with a fixed rear display screen. The specifications are basic, but great for beginners.

Unlike 24.1MP,  Canon has used 18MP APS-C sensor in this model. The rear screen on the EOS 4000D is 2.7 inch in size and has simple 230k-dot resolution. For connectivity, this camera comes with Wi-Fi and NFC features.

Pros and Cons of Canon EOS 4000D

  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to operate
  • Slow down AF system while live shooting
  • Small viewfinder
  • Small screen with low resolution
  • Screen is not touch sensitive
  • No image stabilization

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