Best DSLRs You Can Buy Under Rs 50,000

Best DSLRs You Can Buy Under Rs 50,000

Best DSLRs You Can Buy Under Rs 50,000

by January 9, 2017
Best DSLRs under 50K

1) Nikon D3400

Price: Rs.28,490

Includes: AF-P DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens Kit + 16GB Card + Camera Bag The Nikon D3400 is great for beginners, and the awesome part about it is that you can transfers photos from the camera to a smart device through the Bluetooth. SnapBridge keeps a constant connection with your smart device and the camera. All you have to do is download the SnapBridge app. It’s a 24.2-megapixel camera with a 3inch LCD screen. It has a minimum focal point of 22 Millimeters. You can capture videos in Full HD 1080/60p. There is a guide built in the camera that will help you step by step to capture amazing shots. The picture control options allow you to customize your capture with the 10 built-in effects such as Night Vision or Miniature Effect, for
unique and eye-catching photographs. The camera comes with a rechargeable Li-ion battery, battery charger, rubber eyecup, body cap and a strap with Nikon branding.

Key Features:

  • 24.2 Megapixel optical sensor resolution
  • 1x Optical Zoom
  • 3-inch LCD
  • USB/HDMI/Bluetooth connectivity
  • 1/4000 sec Max shutter speed
  • CMOS Sensor Type
  • 2yr warranty

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2)Canon EOS 1300D

Price: Rs.24,499
Includes: 18-55mm IS Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case The EOS 1300 D is a new launch by Canon in their entry-level segment. It is great for photography beginners because of its price. The Sensors of 1300D are almost the same as 1200D. However, the processor did see an upgrade from a standard DIGIC 4 to DIGIC 4+ . The 18-megapixel camera has a 9 point autofocusing system with 1.5x- 10x Zoom and a Max shutter speed of 1/4000 sec. The new feature of this camera is that it has a built-in wifi which means that it could be connected to any smart device which would make sharing of pictures online very easy and quick.

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Key Features:

  • 18 MP
  • ISO: 100 to 6400, expandable to 12800
  • 1.5x -10x Optical Zoom
  • 3-inch LCD screen
  • 1/4000 sec Max shutter speed
  • Wi-Fi/NFC/HDMI/USB connectivity
  • CMOS Sensor Type
  • 2yr Warranty

3)Nikon D5300


Price: Rs. 35,990

Includes: AF-P 18-55mm f/ 3.5-5.6g VR Kit Lens, 16GB Card and Camera Bag Nikon D5300 was introduced for “advanced beginners” the camera is somewhere between the entry level and the high-end professional cameras and has a very robust design. This 24.2-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom has a 3.2inch LCD screen and is not a great bit different from its predecessors. The D5300 is capable of capturing a full HD video which would make it acceptable by both photographers and videographers. It has a 9 cross-type autofocus system, CMOS Sensor Type with a maximum shutter speed 1/4000sec. to 30sec and EXPEED 4 image processor. It comes with a rubber eyecup, battery charger, USB cable, eyepiece cap and rechargeable Li-ion battery.

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Key Features:

  • 24.2 Megapixels
  • 3x Optical Zoom
  • 3.2-inch LCD Screen
  • Wifi- built-in
  • ISO 25600
  • 1/4000sec. to 30sec Maximum Shutter speed
  • CMOS Sensor Type
  • 2yr Warranty

4) Canon EOS 700D

Price: Rs. 47,980

Includes: 18-55mm IS, 55-250mm IS Lens, Memory card, and Carry Bag

The EOS 700D is a very versatile 18-megapixel camera which produces high-quality pictures with a 14-point Digic 5 processor has a very sturdy body. The ISO range of this camera makes it possible to shoot in wide range scenarios. It has a 9-point cross type autofocus system, max shutter speed of 1/200 seconds and a 3inch LCD touchscreen which can be rotated to view in high and low angles. The screen, however, needs to be cleaned frequently because of the fingerprint marks it retains which will obscure the image. It offers a full HD video quality making I suitable for videographers. It comes with battery, battery charger, wide strap, USB cable, software CD, manual.

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Key Features:

  • 18 Megapixel
  • ISO 100-12800
  • 3-inch LCD Touch Screen
  • full HD movie mode
  • Optical Zoom :3
  • CMOS Sensor type
  • 1/200 seconds Max Shutter Speed
  • 2yr Warranty

5)Nikon D3300

Price: Rs. 31,245

Includes: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens

The Nikon D3300 is an entry-level DSLR with great value and high-quality pictures. The resolution of this camera might be the same as its predecessor, but some new features have been added like the auto flash modes. The images can be saved in JPEG and raw format and can be stored on SD, SDHC or SDXC memory cards. It comes with Battery, battery charger. It has a minimum focal length of 18mm, 11 AF points with 3D tracking, 3-inch fixed LCD screen with 3x optical zoom. D3300 sports the EXPEED 4 image processor which enables you to shoot 5 frames per second and full HD video capture of 50p-60p. The optical viewfinder offers 95% field view.

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Key Features:

  • 24.2 megapixels
  • 3 inch LCD Screen
  • 3x Optical Zoom
  • 1/1400 sec Shutter speed
  • CMOS Optical Sensor Type
  • Full HD video quality
  • ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600)
  • 1yr Warranty

6)Canon EOS 200D

Price: Rs. 41,545

Includes: EF-S 18-55mm f4 IS STM Lens, Free Camera case and 16GB card inside

The Canon EOS 200D has a very lightweight and compact design. Is a 24.2-megapixel camera with a 3 inch vari-angle LCD Liquid crystal monitor. 9-point auto focal system. Has a very friendly user interface with really good image quality. The camera has the latest DIGIC 7 image processor. The optical view finder has 95% field view. It has a new graphical interface which at any time can be turned off and can be replaced by the Canon’s traditional interface in the menu settings. The EOS 200D comes with a built-in WiFi which makes the connectivity with other smart devices easier enabling you to share pictures on social media instantly. This camera also has a lot of features that are present in the high-end versions of Canon.

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Key Features:

  • 24.2 Megapixels
  • 3-inch LCD Screen
  • CMOS Sensor Type
  • Wi-Fi/NFC/Bluetooth
  • Full HD
  • ISO 100 – 25600
  • 3x – 10x Zoom
  • 2yrs Warranty

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Passionate about photography? Looking for a DSLR without burning a hole in your pocket?

Well, we have you covered with this list of best entry-level DSLR cameras for the budding photographers. These DSLRs can take professional quality photographs while being budget-friendly. DSLRs allow for excellent control and precision over the minutest details and let you tinker with a myriad of settings. These cameras have much bigger and superior sensors along with faster image processors as compared to the humble point and shoot cameras. Supplementing it are the better focusing points, faster capture speeds, and superior low-light performance. You also get the flexibility to swap the standard 18-55mm lens kit with a telephoto one for wildlife photography or a prime lens kit for indoor event photography. Some DSLRs even come with GPS for geotagging photographs and Wi-Fi to transfer data.

We have done all the research for you to come up with this list, so you can just focus via the lens rather than focusing on searching for a camera.

1. Canon EOS 700D

best dslr cameras under 50k canon eos 700d

Price: Rs. 36,395

Includes- (18-55mm IS II Lens + 55-250mm IS II Lens + 8GB card + carry case)

The Canon 700D is an 18-megapixel CMOS sensor camera with an STM (Stepper Motor) lens with optical image stabilisation. STM lens provides faster-capturing speeds while keeping the noise in check. It features a Hybrid CMOS autofocus system which is a 9-point all cross-type system to ensure swift and accurately focused still images or videos. Ergonomically, the camera is similar to the Canon 650D. It comes with a 3-inch swivel touchscreen display. The touchscreen on this one is a bit more responsive though and is a breeze to change settings and to view and edit pictures. It is powered with the newer 14-bit DIGIC 5 processor which is faster and efficient than the DIGIC 4 and DIGIC 4+ processors we get to see in the lower variants from canon. It is a value-for-money product at this price point with the bundled telephoto 55-250mm lens but does miss out on some features like GPS and Wi-Fi.

Key features:

  • 18-megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor

  • 14-bit DIGIC 5 processor

  • ISO 100-12800

  • 9-Point all cross-type Autofocus system

  • 3 inch Vari-Angle articulating Touchscreen LCD Monitor

  • 360-degree rotatable mode dial

  • Full HD video at 30fps

2. Pentax K-50

best dslr cameras under 50k pentax k-50

Price: Rs 40,000

Includes- (18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL Weather-Resistant WR Lens)

The Pentax K-50 features a 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor and is powered by the PRIME M image processor. It gets a relatively high ISO range of 100-51200 and makes use of the in-camera Shake Resistant (SR) feature. It gets 11-Point Autofocus system with 9 cross-type sensors in the middle for accurate and consistent focusing. The glass pentaprism viewfinder helps you achieve excellent accuracy in framing. Moreover, it gets a full weather shielded body for use in harsh conditions. The Pentax K-50 also ditches the external mic support, which is quite a downer.

Key features:

  • 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor

  • PRIME M image processor

  • 3-inch LCD

  • Full HD 1080p Video at 30fps

  • SAFOX IXi+ 11-Point Autofocus system

  • ISO 100-51200, 6fps shooting

  • In-camera Shake Reduction

  • Eye-Fi SD card support with Wi-Fi capabilities

3. Nikon D5300

best dslr cameras under 50k nikon d5300

Price- Rs. 43,500 (18-55mm lens kit)

Stepping up from the Nikon D5200, we have this bad boy here. The Nikon D5300 comes with by far the best sensor and image processor combination at this price point. Nikon ditched the anti-aliasing filter on this one which in turn results in sharper image quality. Ergonomically, it is a bit more compact than the D5200 which is quite apparent as you get a firmer hold of the camera. It sports a 24.1-megapixel DX CMOS sensor and gets a 39-point autofocus system with a capability of burst speed shots of up to 5 frames per second. It has an improved battery to support the bigger 3.2-inch swivel display, GPS, and Wi-Fi features.

Key features

  • 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor

  • Expeed 4 image processor which offers consistent burst shots

  • 39 autofocus points

  • ISO range of 100 to 12,800

  • 3.2-inch swivel display

  • Full-HD video recording at 60 fps

  • GPS and Wi-Fi

  • Built-in microphone and external mic support

4. Canon EOS 750D

best dslr cameras under 50k canon eos 750d

Price: Rs 46,799

Includes- (18-55mm IS STM Lens + 8GB memory card + carry bag)

The successor to the Canon 700D, the Canon EOS 750D is not a mere update. It features an all-new 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor as compared to the 18-megapixel ones and is powered by a new and more efficient DIGIC 6 image processor. It gets an STM lens and Hybrid Autofocus system. For capturing those fast moving objects, it takes help of its 19-Point all cross type Autofocus points. The articulating 270 degrees 3-inch touchscreen is carried over from its predecessor. Also, it features connectivity features like GPS, Wi-Fi and NFC which were absent in the Canon 700D. The letdown, however, is the video recording aspect in which it fails to capture FullHD at 60fps which its rival the Nikon D5300 happily obliges. Also, the low light video performance is quite mediocre, and if this is your priority, then you should look at other prospects.

Key features:

  • 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor

  • Hybrid autofocus with 19-Point all cross-type AF

  • DIGIC 6 image processor

  • ISO 100-12800

  • 3-inch articulating touchscreen LCD

  • FullHD video at 30fps

  • GPS, Wi-Fi and NFC

5. Nikon D7000

best dslr cameras under 50k canon eos 700d

Price: Rs 49,000

Includes- (18-105mm VR II Lens + 8GB memory card + camera bag)

Released back in 2010, this powerhouse of a DSLR is still a hot seller and puts to shame some of the DSLRs of today. It is made of a magnesium alloy body and feels premium and ergonomically correct with the rubberized parts at the right places. To increase its ruggedness factor, it gets a full weather shielded body to ensure it keeps clicking even in harsh environments. The Nikon D7000 gets a bump in the resolution as it features a 16.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor and is powered by an EXPEED 2 image processor. It features a plethora of 39-Point autofocus point system with continuous autofocus mode. The 3-inch LCD gets a polysilicon treatment and a secondary monochromatic display which provides an overview before proceeding. It can shoot Full HD videos at 24fps. It takes in two SD card inputs which work in tandem for additional storage, or the secondary card could act as a backup in case the primary card fails. The Nikon D7000 may be an old bloke, but it has the ‘Swag’ and inherits some features from the higher full frame cameras, and only cons though are the weight factor and lack of connectivity features like Wi-Fi and GPS.

Key Features:

  • 16.2-megapixels DX CMOS sensor

  • EXPEED 2 image processor

  • ISO 100-6400 (Expandable up to 25,600)

  • 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor

  • View-finder with 100 percent accuracy

  • 3-inch LCD

  • Full HD 1080p recording at 24fps, Continuous of up to 100 shots at 6fps

  • Weather sealed magnesium alloy body