Whether you're a novice, or like to think of yourself as a pro when it comes to photography - you need a great camera. Now, I'm sure you already have a camera, but if you're thinking of upgrading, depending on your price-range, and if you're serious about photography. This post will help you pick your future DSLR camera.
So, here are a handful of the best DSLR cameras of 2013. From beginners on a budget, to mid-priced enthusiast-cameras, and even some more advanced models. There is something for everyone. I hope you find what you're looking for!
Entry Level DSLRs
If you’re on the hunt for a new budget or entry-level DSLR camera, keep in mind that they share the same basic features as more expensive models. That being said, they tend to skimp on the special or advanced features.
Price: $595 w/lens The Nikon D3200 has an impressive 14.2MP CMOS sensor that captures shots in brilliant detail. It also comes with a Guide Mode to help out beginners. The D3200 is capable of 1080p HD video that helps it to shine against other entry-level cameras.
If you’re willing to bounce up your budget on your DSLR, expect to see a boost in features such as a quick continuous shooting rate and a high-resolution LCD screen.
Price: $575 w/o lens The Pentax K-30 has fantastic weather sealing which makes it a popular choice for people who love to be outdoors in any weather. K-30 uses a 16.2MP sensor that never hinders to create breath-taking quality photos as well as 1080p HD video recording.
Price: $498 w/o lens If you’re a fan of sports or quick-moving action then the Sony A57 is more then ideal. The central feature of this camera is its speed, which can shoot at a continuous speed of 10fps.
Price: $647.00 w/lens The Canon EOS 650D offers great all-round performance. It has an 18MP CMOS sensor and can capture 1080p Full HD videos at 30fps. The 650D delivers brilliant image quality, vivid colour and tone.
For the Pros
If something more on the professional side is what you’re seeking, these alluring cameras have a high caliber of features and image quality in compact bodies.
Price: $1,250 w/o lens Canon EOS 7D also has a 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor as well as dual DIGIC IV image processors. With a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-6400, the setting can be extended up to 12,800. It can also capture at a handy 8fps, with HD video recording to make use of.
Price: from $1,500 w/o lens The Canon EOS 5D Mark II has a 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, and with it's DIGIC 4 processor it can capture 3.9fps of continuous shooting. It can also record video in Full HD for up to 4GB per clip.
No matter what kind of DSLR your after, there is a camera for all needs. View some comparison shots on YouTube and don’t be afraid to pop into your local camera shop or online camera store when deciding on your next, or very first, purchase.
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