Best 5 DSLRs under 30000 in 2019

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There was a time when ‘photography’ was limited to those with a professional camera. It was then followed by the rush of social media that led to the popularization of DSLRs and interest in photography saw an upswing. 

A smartphone camera nowadays, of which the Google’s Pixel is a good example, can do a fair job when it comes to good-looking or high-quality pictures. But if you want to pursue photography in detail, a DSLR is a better choice to learn the nitty gritties. 

Since DSLRs are quite an investment, we suggest you start with a budget DSLR. Polishing your skills on an entry-level DSLR and then switching to a high-end/costly DSLR is usually the preferred path.

Here is a list of 5 budget DSLRs under Rs 30,000 that you can start with. 

1. Nikon D3400

Sensor: APS-C CMOS, Megapixels: 24.2MP , Lens mount: Nikon DX  Screen type: 3-inch, 921,000 dots ,Maximum continuous shooting speed: 5fps  Max video resolution: 1080p , User level: Beginner

The Nikon D3400 succeeds the company’s other beginner-level DSLR – D3300. It is considered as one of the best choices for beginners with easy to use functions and quality results. 

It comes with a Guide Mode, which teaches the user the art of clicking great pictures. The camera also delivers accurate colours and fine details with the help of a reliable 24.2 megapixel sensor.

Nikon has added a SnapBridge feature to this camera which allows users to transfer images to their smart devices via a constant Bluetooth Low Energy connection. You can also access the images using this connection even if the camera is switched off. Nikon D3400 is a feature-rich camera worth buying if you are a first-time DSLR user.

2. Canon EOS 1300D

Sensor: APS-C CMOS, Megapixels: 18MP, Lens mount: Canon EF-S, Screen type: 3-inch, 920,000 dots,Maximum continuous shooting speed: 3fps Max video resolution: 1080p ,User level: Beginner

While Nikon offers a SnapBridge feature for transferring files to smart devices, the Canon EOS 1300D comes with built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity which sets it apart from its predecessor – the Canon EOS 1200D. 

Besides this, the camera is also equipped with an upgraded image processor-DIGIC 4+, and has a better screen resolution of 920k dots. It sticks to its promise of delivering fine image quality and captures well saturated and detailed pictures.

3. Canon EOS 1500D

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Sensor: APS-C CMOS (22.3 x 14.9 mm),Megapixels: 18MP, Lens mount: Canon EF-S, Screen type: 3-inch, 920,000 dots, Maximum continuous shooting speed: 3fps, Max video resolution: 1080p, User level: Beginner

Canon EOS 1500D comes with a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor which forms the backbone for the DIGIC 4+ image processor. There are 9 autofocus points along with 1 cross point. The EOS 1500D also supports Wi-Fi and NFC. It is compatible with Canon’s EF/EF-S lenses and EX-series speedlites.

4. Nikon D5200

Sensor: APS-C CMOS,Megapixels: 24.1MP,Lens mount: Nikon F mount  Screen type: 3-inch, 921,000 dots, Maximum continuous shooting speed: 5fps, Max video resolution: 1080p,User level: Beginner

The quality of images it clicks with its 24.1-megapixel sensor is great for the price it comes at, and the EXPEED 3 image processing engine does a good job of enhancing images. 

Its 2016-pixel RGB sensor helps scope out accurate scene brightness and colour information. Additionally, the camera has a wide ISO range of 100-6400 which can be further extended up to Hi-2 ISO 25600, thus, it allows for quality images in almost any lighting conditions.

Those who love capturing fast-moving objects will appreciate the camera as it features a continuous moving speed of 5fps. 

Overall, the Nikon D5200 is a good camera for beginners with its articulating screen combined with a simple interface.

5. Pentax K-500

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Sensor: APS-C CMOS,Megapixels: 16.3MP, Lens mount: Pentax KAF2 Screen type: 3-inch, 921,000 dots, Maximum continuous shooting speed: 6fps, Max video resolution: 1080p,User level: Beginner/enthusiast.

The K-500 shows that an entry-level DSLR doesn’t have to compromise on features or control. Excellent image quality and build further enhances the camera’s appeal, as does the viewfinder with 100%-coverage. 

The K-500 shows that an entry-level DSLR doesn’t have to compromise on features or control. Excellent image quality and build further enhances the camera’s appeal, as does the viewfinder with 100%-coverage. 

While the camera is good for the price, there’s a reason why we ranked it at number five. The lack of any focus point display in the viewfinder is a small yet a very noticeable omission. That, along with the K-500’s propensity to underexpose, makes it easy to lose faith in the camera’s autofocus and exposure metering abilities.

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