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Best DSLR in 2016 for beginners: what to look for, which to buy
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Best DSLR in 2016 for beginners: what to look for, which to buy

If you get out of your point-and-shoot dslr camera and you feel like you can bring your photography to the next step, then an beginner DSLR camera is the natural choice. You may want to wish to consider a mirrorless camera as an alternative, though you aren’t going to find one with a viewfinder at the same value as a DSLR.
In case you’re undecided what kind of camera you need at all, then you should keep reading this article.
DSLRs deliver a big step forward in image quality from a compact camera, far more natural control and the power to change lenses to tackle a huge variety of projects. Naturaly, the more capabilities you want, the more you’ll pay, but do you actually need them?

Our top camera is one of the cheapest on the market, but still offers amazing effiviency and image quality, plus enough options to handle most assignments, especially if you’re still Beginner and learning.

1. Nikon D3300

Nikon D3300 for beginners

We think is the best suitable for beginners and is not so expensive.

Sensor: APS-C CMOS | Megapixels: 24.2 | Lens mount: Nikon DX | Screen: 3-inch fixed, 921,000 dots | Continuous shooting speed: 5fps | Max video resolution: 1080p | User level: Beginner

The 24,2 megapixel sensor fix a lot of details with minimal image noise towwards ISO 3200, but also gives good results at higher sensor sensitivities. In fact this is an easy camera to live on.

Its smart Guide Mode becomes a handy learning tool and gives a very good information of the most important capabilities, whilst the collapsible 18- 55mm kit lens is awesome when you are on the road. It would be a lot better if you would get an articulated touch-screen display or wi-fi connectivity, but Nikon does has a cheap plug-in Wi0fi adaptor.

£279.99 on Amazon.co.uk $349.00 on Amazon.com
  • Guide mode
  • Great image quality

  • No built-in Wi-Fi
  • Fixed screen

 

2. Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200 for beginners

Great eficiency for a small price; do not waste your time and grab one, still you can.

Sensor: APS-C CMOS | Megapixels: 24.2 | Lens mount: Nikon DX | Screen: 3-inch fixed, 921,000 dots | Continuous shooting speed: 5fps | Max video resolution: 1080p | User level: Beginner

The D3200 is a great improvement over its predecessor and consequesntly its specifications remain competitive right now. Look around and you’ll find it selling for a steal. You’ll have to accept Nikon’s non-retractable 18-55mm kit lens, and its sensor isn’t filter-less such as the D3300’s, however that is no biggie when you have 24.2-megapixels to use. The D3200 also matches its replacement’s impressive 5 frames-per-second continuous shooting speed, which is pretty nippy for a budgetDSLR. There’s no built-in Wi-Fi but, such as the D3300, it’ll get the same inexpensive plug-in Wi-Fi adaptor.

£309.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK on Amazon.co.uk $446.95 & FREE Shippingon Amazon.com
  • Guide mode
  • High-resolution sensor

  • No built-in Wi-Fi
  • Non-collapsible lens
  • Nasty screen colours

3. Canon EOS 750D (Rebel T6i)

Canon EOS 750D for beginners

A compelling mixture of top-notch ergonomics and a very goodsensor

Sensor: APS-C CMOS | Megapixels: 24.2 | Lens mount: Canon EF-S | Screen: 3-inch articulating touch-screen, 1,040,000 dots | Continuous shooting speed:5fps | Max video resolution: 1080p | User level: Beginner/enthusiast

Nikon don’t have the very best spots in a line-up all to itself because by paying extra cash will get you a lot more camera. The Canon 750D is totally new and still rather pricey, but its new 24.2-megapixel sensor delivers wonderful image quality with impressively low noise levels at high ISO sensitivities. The 750D also receives much-improved autofocus and exposure metering systems over Canon’s older 700D, as well as built-in Wi-Fi with NFC pairing. Although outwardly similar to its 700D predecessor, that does mean you get the same articulating, touch-sensitive screen to really enjoy. Assuming the 750D’s price tag falls in line with that of the Nikon D5500, the Canon is our preferred pick as a result of more comprehensive controls and marginally superior image quality.

£430.00 on Amazon.co.uk $564.95 & FREE Shipping on Amazon.com
  • Terrific sensor
  • Wi-Fi with NFC

  • Average battery life
  • Only 95% viewfinder coverage

This list will continue as long as we find other best DSLR cameras for Beginners, or if you have any sugestion please leave an comment  below

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