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Best DSLRs under Rs 30,000 in 2018

DSLRs under Rs.30,000

Nowadays, most of the people are opting for their passion as a profession. The fields like freelancer, travel blogger, DJ’s, youtuber, and photography have witnessed an exponential increase in the past few years. In the age of changing trends and more people choosing for photography as their profession, many people come with their doubts like Which are the best cameras under Rs 30,000? For all those people who have been bitten by photography bug and want to begin with a basic/beginner’s cameras under Rs 30,000, here’s our opinion.We have compiled a list of best cameras in this price range which can offer you some decent features and click some amazing photographs.

So here’s a list of best cameras which can be brought under Rs 30,000 in India for March 2018.

Nikon D3400

D3400The first camera on our list is Canon EOS 750D. It offers a wide range of features and is the best camera in this price segment. The general specs of this camera are as follows:

The camera comes with a 24 MP DX-format CMOS (23.5 x 15.6 mm) sensor. It uses EXPEED4 image processing technique. The camera roughly weighs around 395g. It comes with Fixed 3.0″ 921k-dot display and 11 points Autofocus system. It can continuously shoot at 5fps. It offers an ISO range of 100-25600. Coming to the video recording, it offers 1080p recording at 60fps. The camera allows you to take 1200 shots in full battery mode.The DSLR comes with 18-55mm Lens kit.

Pros:

  • Continuous 5fps shooting.
  • Amazing battery life.
  • Connectivity options like WiFi.
  • Impressive ISO range.

Cons:

  • No cons recorded as such.

Nikon D3300

D3300

 

The second camera on our list is Nikon D3300. It comes with some amazing features and specs. A true delight for someone looking for a budget camera in this price segment.

The general specs of this camera are as follows:

The camera comes with a 23.5 x 15.6 mm 24.2-MP CMOS sensor.It uses the latest Expeed 4 image processing technique. The camera roughly weighs around 460g. It comes with 3″ 921k-dot display and 11 points Autofocus system. It can continuously shoot at 5fps. It offers an ISO range of 100-12800. Coming to the video recording, it offers 1080p recording at 60fps. The camera allows you to take 700 shots in full battery mode.The DSLR comes with 18-55mm Lens kit.

Pros:

  • Comes with 5fps continuous shooting.
  • Great Display.
  • Better Battery Life.
  • Impressive ISO range.

Cons:

  • Comparatively, poor battery life

 

Canon EOS 1300D

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The third camera in this list is again from the house of Canon. The EOS 1300D has been the hot talk since its launch.

The general specs of this camera are as follows:

The camera comes with an 18MP 22.3 x 14.9 mm, APS-C CMOS sensor. It uses DIGIC 4+ image processing technique. The camera roughly weighs around 485g. It comes with Fixed 3″ 920k-dot display and 9 points Autofocus system. It can continuously shoot at 3fps. It offers an ISO range of 100-6400. Coming to the video recording, it offers 1080p recording at 30fps. The camera allows you to take 500 shots in full battery mode.The DSLR comes with 18-55mm Lens kit.

Pros:

  • Features like WiFi, NFC.
  • Comes with Lens kit.

Cons:

  • Comparatively, lesser AF points.
  • Poor battery.
  • 3fps continuous shooting.

 

Nikon D5200

d5200

The fourth camera on our list is again from the brand called Nikon. A beautifully crafted camera with great design. This camera is quite famous among the photography enthusiasts!

Talking about the specifications:

The camera comes with a 24.1 MP DX-format CMOS (23.5 x 15.6 mm) sensor. It uses Expeed 4 image processing technique. The camera roughly weighs around 555g. It comes with 3″ 921k-dot display and 39 points Autofocus system. It can continuously shoot at 5fps. It offers an ISO range of 100-25600. Coming to the video recording, it offers 1080p recording at 60fps. The camera allows you to take 500 shots in full battery mode.The DSLR comes with 18-55mm Lens kit.

Pros:

  • Allows 5fps continuous shooting.
  • Good interface.
  • High AF points.

Cons:

  • Some direct controls make it too basic.
  • Comparatively, poor battery.

 

So, that’s our hot picks for the month of March. Gear up shutterbugs! If you’re a photography enthusiast and looking for a budget camera under Rs. 30,000, these are the best cameras. Keep clicking and make a wise choice.

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