If you’re starting out as a photographer, a point and shoot will not do the job for you. Even great phone cameras will not replicate the feel and image quality of a true DSLR camera. Some of these DSLR might be a little too expensive for some but if you are planning on jumping into the field of photography, then these 4 DSLR cameras are right up your alley.
The Canon EOS 1500D comes with an APS-C CMOS sensor with 24.2MP for high resolution prints and image cropping. It also possesses a sensitivity range of ISO: 100-25600 which is helpful in giving you grain-free images, especially in low light. It also has precise HD video controls for a flexible shooting style.
The Lumix G7 from Panasonic is one of the first mirrorless cameras. It looks like a miniature DSLR and offers all the controls that you would want on a DSLR. However, because it is a mirrorless camera, it can make good use of its fully articulated, touch-sensitive screen. It has a 16MP sensor that records 4K video and offers focus peaking and zebra highlight warnings. It is a good video camera just in case you are also interested in making videos.
The Fujifilm X Series X-T100 comes with a Large APS-C image sensor. It also has an advanced SR auto mode that recognizes the scene and the subject you are looking at and automatically optimizes camera setting and focus giving you the best image possible. The camera also has 26 lenses which range from wide focal length from 15mm to 1200mm (35mm format equivalent) both with zoom lenses.
The Nikon D3500 W/AF-P DX comes with an APS-C CMOS sensor with 24.2 MP for high resolution images. It is also ideal for low-light situations because of an ISO: 100-25600 sensitivity range. The features available on this camera make it an ideal beginners’ tool.