Top 10 Low Budget DSLR Cameras

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There is no way to deny the popularity that photography has gained in the modern world and beginners want to be able to find the best digital single lens reflex camera that they can afford. In this article, we are going to be talking about some of the best low budget cameras for beginners in 2016.

Keep in mind that even the most affordable DSLR camera is going to set you back at least $400 to $600, with that said, we will give you the best options in that price range, but we recommend that you check the model you choose in order to see if you can find any special deals.

The Samsung NX1000

Samsung NX1000

This is an incredibly powerful camera that Samsung has made with the purpose of making sure that even amateur photographers can have the kind of quality that will make it easier for them to get things done. It’s a 20.3 Megapixel Camera with a 3 inch TFT LCD and a CMOS Image Sensor. It offers full HD recording features and it will provide an ideal first camera for someone who is getting started.

The Sony SLT-A58K

Sony SLT-A58K

Sony has creates an extremely modern looking camera that is also affordable. The SLT-A58K SLR camera has everything that a beginner could ever need in their photography. It’s equipped with full HD recording, 2.7 inch Clear Photo TFT LCD, 20.1 megapixels and an Exmor APS HD CMOS Image Sensor.

The Sony ILCE-3000K

Sony ILCE-3000K

This is yet another excellent camera that offers features that are quite similar to the SLT. There are many people who choose between these models based on personal taste, but their prices might also be different, so it could be a good idea to check them both out and see which ne feels better for you.

The Sony Alpha A37K SLT

Sony Alpha A37K SLT

This is yet another camera that has a similar price range in the line of Sony cameras. The main difference and the lower price range comes from the 16.1 megapixel camera, when the other Sony models listed have 20.1, but this is still a very good camera that is definitely worth the purchase.

The Nikon D3100

Nikon D3100

This camera offers a 3 inch low-temperature polysilicon screen. It also offers full HD recording and a 14.2 megapixel camera. It’s a very affordable camera that feature a CMOS Image Sensor and the results are truly outstanding for its price range.

The Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200

Nikon is without a doubt one of the most respected and popular manufacturers of top quality cameras and the D3200 offers and excellent option for anyone who wants quality. It has a 24.2 megapixel camera and a CMOS Image Sensor.

The Nikon D5100

Nikon D5100

This is another powerful and affordable option that can make for a perfect purchase. Anyone who is getting started with photography and is serious about it, should find this to be a perfect option. It has a 16.2 megapixel camera and full HD recording features with a CMOS Image Sensor.

The Nikon D5200

Nikon D5200

This is basically the enhanced version of the D5100. It’s basically the same, with the main difference being the higher resolution in the optical sensor being at 24.1. Definitely worth the upgrade for a slightly higher cost.

The Canon 600D

 Canon 600D

This is another camera that has been recommended in many lists as a very good beginners cameras. This is a very powerful DSLR camera for the price range that it has and it comes with an 18 megapixel resolution and CMOS Image Sensor.

10 The Cannon 110D

Cannon 110D

This is an excellent camera that has been recommended by a large number of photographers as a great camera to start with. It has a 2-7 TFT LCD screen and a 12-2 Megapixel Camera with HD recording and a CMOS Image Sensor.

Conclussion

If you are planning to get a camera, you need to make sure that you can get something with decent quality and this is going to make it easier for you to get a good feel on how high quality photography works. There are many options available out there, but we believe these are the ones that provide the best results for your investment.

 

 

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