List of Top 10 Camera's of 2018

1. Nikon D850

Nikon D850

The Nikon D850 is one of the top class DSLR in the market. The camera is priced at ₹243990 and have brilliant 45.4 MP which gives high clarity images. The camera comes with full-frame CMOS sensor's. The camera have a 3.2 inch tilt angle touch screen with 2,359000 dots. It can shot up to 7 fps.

Pros:

  • performance
  • image quality
Cons:

  • Snap bridge connectivity issues.

2. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV priced in India a ₹291499 and is one of the expensive camera from the brand. The Camera comes with Full HD video capture, which is new for DSLR range and is one of the market favorites now.  The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is a most improved camera's in the Canon's EOS 5D series. The Full-frame CMOS sensor, 30.4MP camera produces high quality images. Although the price tag looks higher, it won't be a disappointment.

Pros:

  • Touch Screen
  • Excellent Sensors
  • Connectivity options
Cons:

  • Price tag
  • Limited 4K video options

3. Nikon D500

Nikon D500

The Nikon D500 is priced at ₹131490 in the Indian market. It's the product of Nikon's D5 DSLR series. But it has a smaller size than it's predecessors and filtered it's high end features. It's having a durable metal body. 20.9MP APS-C sized chip is the sub for the full frame sensor which gives rapid 10fps and good ISO performance. The 153-point AF gives class auto focus system.

Pros:

  • AF System
  • Polished Handling
  • Image Quality
Cons:

  • Limited touch screen control

4. Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500

One more budget camera from the Nikon's D series. The camera is priced at Rs.96650 and is considered as one of the best camera in the price range.It comes with 20.9 MP sensor with a decent deluxe body. The camera enhanced it's 51-point system and will be a tough challenge for the competitors. 4K video capture is rare in this range cameras. The tilt-angle touch screen display and 8fps burst shooting are it's notable features.

Pros:

  • Sensors
  • High ISO performance
  • Tilt- angle screen
Cons:

  • Single SD card slot
  • Slow Live view focusing 

5. Canon 7D Mark II

Canon 7D Mark II

Canon 7D Mark II is a budgeted version of Canon 5D Mark IV. It's priced at Rs.1,19990  in the Indian market. The EOS-1DX brings 10fps shooting and an amazing auto focus system to the camera. It is possible to shoot sports action like professionals with the device. It's having 20.2-million-pixel sensors and comes with innovative dual-pixel hybrid auto focus system with powerful video camera.

Pros:

  • Customization options
  • 10fps continuous shooting  

Cons:

  • Fixed Screen
  • Lacks Wi-Fi connectivity

6. Nikon D750

Nikon D750

The Nikon's D series budget camera comes with a market rate of ₹ 1,05,470.  As it is a economical product from Nikon, it doesn't have a 45.4-mega pixel sensor like it's elder brother D850. The 24-megapixel sensor gives high quality images from the D750. It comes with 6.5fps continuous shooting speed and have a handy tilting screen. It can catch videos up to 1080p.

Pros:

  • 24MP full frame sensor is worth the money
  • Tilt-angle screen
  • Light weight body
Cons:

  • Lacks AF- On Button

7. Nikon D3400

Nikon D3400

One of the cheapest camera's in the list with some great features. The Nikon D3400 is available at a price of Rs.32500 and has one of the sharpest  APS-C sensors. The 24 MP sensor, although looks a little weaker for this price range, it would be a bonus. The phone is having blue tooth connectivity.

Pros:

  • Perfect design and light weight body
  • Decent Battery Life
  • Easy to use.
  • Good performance
Cons:

  • Lacks touch screen
  • Less connectivity options
  • No 4 K video recording

8. Canon EOS 800D

Canon EOS 800D

Canon EOS 800D is priced at Rs.59990  in the Indian market and bit more than it's competitor, Nikon D3400. It's a great camera for the beginners. The use of the latest 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor will be a bonus at this price range. The 45-point auto focus system and fresh graphical interface will be helpful for the DSLR beginners. 

Pros:

  • Features worth the money
  • Excellent user interface
  • High quality images
Cons:

  • Plastic Finish
  • No 4K Video
  • Lacks connectivity options

9. Nikon D810

Nikon D810

Although D810 faded with D850's introduction, it is still a camera worth the money. The camera is priced at ₹ 2,38,000  and comes with 36.3MP resolution which delivers high quality pictures. The 3.2 inch camera screen is capable of capturing 1080p videos.

Pros: 

  • 5fps full resolution shooting
  • Good pixel count
Cons:

  • Generates huge file size
  • Lacks built-in Wi-Fi

10. Pentax K-1

Pentax K-1

The Pentax-K1 is coming with a price tag of ₹ 88,000. Although the price isn't the cheapest, we can have a comparison it with Nikon D810 which amounts double than this. Introduction of  Pixel Shift Technology had a good review from the users. It's have the best camera for landscapes.  As it doesn't require fast auto focus, it will have advantage in high pixel count for a detailed resolution.

Pros:

  • Features are worth the price tag
  • Full-frame 36MP sensor
Cons:

  • moderate auto focus system 

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