Top 5 DSLR for Beginners

To choose a DSLR is a big thing, as after you buy it, it will become an extension of yourself. So getting the right one it is important, we have searched far and wide to find the perfect DSLRs for you to choose from:

DSLR Number 1: NIKON D3300

     Street price: £296 with 18-55mm lens
    The D3300 makes it fun and easy to preserve those moments in the lifelike beauty they deserve: stunning 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos with tack-sharp details, vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds. With its included zoom lens, the new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II, the D3300 is a small and light HDSLR and easy to use, too.


     Street price: £1459 body only
    Canon launched the EOS 7D Mark II, a camera that brings 10fps shooting and a professional autofocus system to the amateur market. Now you can shoot action and sports like the pros, but at a price within the reach of enthusiasts. The 7D Mark II isn’t just a high-speed specialists, it’s a terrific all-round camera. It’s tough, with an alloy body and weather-sealed controls, it has a great sensor with an advanced dual-pixel hybrid autofocus system, and it’s powerful video camera too.
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DSLR Number 3: NIKON D610 

     Street price: £1400 body only
     The Nikon D610 replaces the popular Nikon D600 and does so with great success.
     While the Nikon D600 impressed in a host of areas, although unfortunately there were widely reported issues with dust spots on the sensor after a certain amount of shutter actuations.
     Not only does the D610 do away with these issues, but it also features an improvement in continuous shooting speed as well as improved AF performance.
     Best of all, the D610 still features the impressive image quality for which its predecessor was renowned.
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DSLR Number 4: NIKON D7200

     Street price: £812 body only 
     Take a look at the Nikon D7200. It’s a lot cheaper than Canon EOS 7D Mark II and uses Nikon’s latest 24-megapixel APS-C format sensor with no anti-aliasing filter to produce some of the sharpest images you’ll see outside of professional full-frame cameras. The D7200 doesn’t match the Canon’s sheer speed, but it can still shoot at 6 frames per second for up to 100 JPEG photos or 27 raw files, and it uses a 51-point autofocus system taken straight from Nikon’s pro DSLR range.
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DSLR Number 5: Pentax K-S1

     Street price: £439 (body-only)
     While Pentax no longer has the market share that it once enjoyed, it continues to produce high-quality, well-priced DSLR cameras that are a match for any of their competitors. A case in point is the surprisingly capable K-S1.
     It may come in a range of quirky colours and incorporate flashing LEDs, but the K-S1 also boasts an excellent viewfinder, a 20-million-pixel sensor and an in-body stabilisation that doubles up as an anti-aliasing filter.
     It’s easy to use and non-threatening for beginners, but also offers plenty of creative control for those who want it.
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