Best DSLR Cameras Released in 2016


Mitzi Ilagan |

This year, a lot of camera models have been released, may it be the professional, instant, or the action types of cameras. DSLR (digital single lens reflex) cameras. These cameras are sold from the most affordable to the most expensive. With this, more people have been using them, even when it’s just for personal use. But because technology has its ways to make things more interesting and convenient, some couldn’t choose between brands and units which have been released, especially in 2016. Here are the top 8 brands which you could choose from:


Canon EOS Rebel T6i


If you’re a beginner and you can’t choose among hundreds of available camera models, then choose Canon EOS Rebel T6i. With 24.2 MP for $749.00 (or less), it’s a great choice for something with above average image quality. Versus older Rebels, T6i has an improved sensor, image processor, and autofocus system for a flawless and more convenient shoot, especially for beginners. It also has a built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for an easier exchange of images or videos.


Canon EOS 5D Mark IV



Known for the reliable 5D series, Mark IV keeps up with the high standard as it boasts a 30.4 MP full-frame CMOS. This means, you could shoot a highly detailed 4K video with ease. It has an excellent high-resolution quality perfect for photographers working on magazines, portraits, nature and wedding coverages. It is quite expensive unlike others but the quality is just as worth as the price.


Nikon D3300


When talking about entry level cameras, Nikon D3300 is one of the bests that one could use. It’s cheaper than other DSLR camera models, but sure its quality isn’t compromised. If you want basic features, Nikon D3300 is the one for you. For the basics, it is a 24 MP DSLR camera  and has the APS-C image sensor size. It is also light and small, perfect for those who would like to travel with a handy but powerful camera. This one also has the Expeed 4 branded processor, which means, it lets you get an extra frame per second in burst mode, higher ISO range up to 12800, and high-resolution panoramas.


Canon EOS 5Ds


For professional photographers, this 50.6 MP Canon camera is made for you. It features a full-frame CMOS sensor, the highest resolution sensor for EOS. It has a 61-point High Density Reticular AF system and an anti-flicker function. These control the exposure and color when shooting under certain lighting conditions. This camera is perfect for photographers who covers wedding shoots, and who does landscape and studio photo shoots.


Nikon D500


Being the flagship of the DX series, the 20.9MP D500 features high-end attributes perfect for travellers. It is generally lighter and smaller, but the great quality remains with its APS-C CMOS sensor and maximum continuous shooting speed of 10 fps. It also is good for night shoots with its native ISO range of 100-51,200 and is expandable to Lo 1 and Hi 5. For low-light conditions, it can be leveled down to -4 EV.


Pentax K70


For the adventurer, the Pentax K70 surely fits the conditions of your destination for photography. It is compact and weather-resistant, even at -10°C. It also has a dustproof feature especially made for outdoor photography.

Its newly developed noise-reduction technology also provides clear photos at ISO 102400. The camera uses a hybrid AF system which makes it convenient to use the Live View shooting using the LCD monitor.

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