Talk DSLRs to a photographer and Canon will be a word thrown around one too many times. Professionals and hobbyists prefer this brand of DSLRs for many reasons including its great sensor to its autofocus speed and lenses, among others. Even their entry-level DSLRs are a treat to own. If you’re looking to switch up to a Canon DSLR of your own, here are 5 under Rs 50,000.
Recommended usually for beginners, this Canon DSLR is a fun entry-level gadget to start out with. It has an 18-MP sensor which is recognised with respect even by professionals for its high-performance core features. It’s compatible with over 70 EF/EF-S lenses that lets you take a variety of pictures. It has several auto shooting features too. Its Wi-Fi and NFC compatibility ensures you can share all your lovely photos on social media.
If you want a touch of professionalism in your photography, this is the camera to have at hand. It has an 18MP CMOS sensor that possesses a lot of new mechanisms used by the professional Canon models to give you maximum light-gathering efficiency. Without a doubt, you can trust this one for good image quality, HD videos and amazing pictures no matter what kind of light is available.
Another great entry-level camera, this DSLR offers great image quality, various functions of Live View AF and movie shooting. It has a Vari-angle Clear View LCD II with a capacitive touchscreen that can be rotated 360 degrees. The creative filters available with this model makes taking photographs much more interesting.
Designed for the likes of casual photographers, this DSLR features a 24 MP sensor. It boasts of a simple and user-friendly interface and ensures excellent quality images. The 19-point cross-type AF, creative filters, along with the new Hybrid CMOS AF III gives the user absolute creative freedom.
Here’s another DSLR that strives to make using this device more user-friendly. This entry-level model comes with interesting filters that let you experiment with your pictures. It gives you sharp details and also let’s you run it on auto-pilot mode.