Top DSLR cameras in India || Under budget

We are here to help you choose the Top DSLR cameras in India in your budget. We have prepared the list after using these cameras ourselves. 

1. Canon 1500D:

All camera users, even beginners, are going to be ready to capture amazing images and films with this DSLR camera, which is provided with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor and an optical viewfinder for an authentic DSLR shooting experience. Capturing sharp images is straightforward because of the fast, accurate AF and therefore the large grip that gives a firm, steady hold on the camera. Built-in Wi-Fi / NFC connectivity enables the seamless upload of photos and videos to social media.

Sensor Size 24.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor
Weightweight of 475 gm
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
DetailsDIGIC 4+ image processor, 9-point AF with 1 centre cross-type AF point, Standard ISO 100 – 6400 (expandable to 12800), Wi-Fi / NFC supported, Wi-Fi / NFC-Easy pairing with smartphones, printers and other devices, 63-zone TTL open-aperture metering, Compatible with EX-series Speedlites, Canon EF lenses (including EF-S lenses) compaitable
Burst and Buffer3fps continuous shooting and buffer size 7 RAW
Low light performance862
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC
Price35,000 INR

Pros:

  • Camera is very easy to use.
  •  Battery backup is decent. It is of 500 shots.
  •  Live mode operation is not lagging.
  •  WiFi connectivity for sharing.
  •  Light weight body.
  •  Easy to use.
  •  cannon best lenses support with best blur with 55-250 lens.
  •  Various modes of Camera is great
  •  Natural Colour.
  •  Fast autofocus.
  •  Best fit for beginners and students.

Cons:

  • Focus motor sound is a little annoying.
  •  In low light autofocus is poor.
  •  Very less autofocus points.
  •  During focussing a subject, unnecessary flash blinking.
  •  Due to the autofocus problem, it is not recommended for videos.
  •  Plastic build all around.
  •  Bluetooth is not available.

2. Canon 200D:

This is considered to be worlds lightest APS-C sensor entry level DSLR Camera. Currently this is one of the Top DSLR cameras in India.

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Features:

Sensor Size24.2-million-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor
Weightweight of 453 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
Details9 autofocus points, DIGIC 7 image processor, Dual Pixel Autofocus for excellent video experience , ISO 100-25,600 (expandable to ISO 100-51,200) , 3-inch screen size , 1,040k-dot vari-angle touchscreen
Burst and Buffer5fps continuous shooting and buffer size 22 JPEG
Low light performance1041
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth
Price46,900 INR

Pros:

  • Vari-angle touchscreen
  • New 18-55mm STM lens
  • Vari-angle touch LCD
  • Wi-Fi, NFC support
  • Dual Pixel autofocus
  • Compact size, good for vlogging

Cons:

  • Only 9 AF points for viewfinder shooting
  • Video limited to 1080p
  • Less Buffer

3. Sony Alpha A6000L:

This is mirrorless 24.3 Mega Pixel camera.

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Features:

Sensor Size24.3-million-pixel Mirrorless
Weightweight of 344 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
DetailsHas a fixed low pass filter, focus point of 179 (phase)  
25 (contrast) , ISO 100-25,600 , 3-inch Articulated 921 600 dot LCD , 1
Burst and Buffer11 fps, 47 JPEG shots
22 RAW shots
Low light performance1347
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth
Price40,500 INR

Pros:

  • Incredibly fast autofocus
  • 11 fps burst shooting with tracking focus
  • Amazing high ISO image quality
  • Wi-Fi, NFC support
  • 1080p60 video capture
  • Good high ISO performance

Cons:

  • Overly sensitive eye sensor
  • Slow start up
  • Lacks analog mic input
  • No 3.5mm microphone jack

4. Nikon D5300

This is 24.2 Mega Pixel APS-C sensor DSLR camera.

Features:

Sensor Size24.2-million-pixel Mirrorless
Weightweight of 530 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
DetailsISO Auto, 100 – 12800
(can be extended to ISO 25600), Articulated 1 036 800 dot 3.2 inch LCD Display, 39 focus points, 9 cross type focus,
Burst and Buffer5 fps , 100 JPEG shots
6 RAW shots
Low light performance1338
ConnectivityWi-Fi, GPS
Price46,500 INR

Pros:

  • Built-in Wi-fi addition
  • Good build quality
  • Good low light performance

Cons:

  • Built-in 2.5mm mic socket
  • App performance is disappointing with Wi-Fi
  • Disappointing kit lens

5. Nikon D5600

This is a 24.2 Mega Pixel APS-C Sensor DSLR camera.

Features:

Sensor Size24.2-million-pixel Mirrorless
Weightweight of 465 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
DetailsISO Auto, 100 – 25600 , Articulated 1 036 800 dot 3.2 inch LCD Display, 39 focus points, 9 cross type focus,
Burst and Buffer5 fps , 100 JPEG shots
11 RAW shots
Low light performance1306
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth
Price47,500 INR

Pros:

  • Excellent image quality
  • Superior battery life

Cons:

  • Only 1080p video
  • Contrast-detection-only live view AF
  • Too small in size

6. Canon 750D

This is 24.2 Mega Pixel APS-C sensor DSLR camera.

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Features:

Sensor Size24.2-million-pixel Mirrorless
Weightweight of 465 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
Details3 inch touchscreen display, ISO Auto, 100 – 25600 , Articulated 1 036 800 dot , 19 focus points, 19 cross type focus, 1080p @ 30 fps (Full HD)
Burst and Buffer5 fps , 100 JPEG shots
11 RAW shots
Low light performance919
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC
Price50000 INR

Pros:

  • Fast AF system
  • Superb touchscreen
  • 5EV Exposure Compensation
  • Builtin Wifi/NFC

Cons:

  • Limited, low density AF point coverage across the frame
  • Very poor battery life
  • Dynamic range still not as good as class leaders

 

7. Canon EOS M50

This is 24.1 Mega Pixel APS-C sensor DSLR camera.

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Features:

Sensor Size24.1-million-pixel Mirrorless
Weightweight of 387 grams
ResolutionResolution of 6000 x 4000 pixels
Details143 Focus points, 3 inch touchscreen display, Digital IS only in video mode, 2160p @ 25 fps (4K), DIGIC *processor, ISO Auto, 100 – 25600
(can be extended to ISO 51200) , Articulated 1 036 800 dot , 19 focus points, 19 cross type focus, 1080p @ 30 fps (Full HD)
Burst and Buffer10 fps , 33 JPEG shots
10 RAW shots
Low light performance1007
ConnectivityWi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth
Price45000 INR (Body Only)

Pros:

  • Good battery life
  • 4K support
  • There’s a silent shutter mode
  • Builtin Wifi/NFC

Cons:

  • Exposure control
  • High ISO is barely usable above ISO 3200

 

 

Low light results followed from:
https://camspex.com

 


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