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Planning to Buy a DSLR Camera? — Choose the Best Among the Rest

DSLR Camera buying guide

Owning a DSLR has become a trend these days. It is no longer a luxury rather it has turned out as a necessity to many.

If you are planning to buy a DSLR of your own for the very first time, then you better check some points out to get guided towards the right choice.

The very first thing to put light upon would be the brand of the DSLR. Which one to go for? Nikon or Canon? Very tough decision, isn’t it?

Brand is important when you are planning to buy a DSLR compared to a compact camera, as once you start purchasing lenses and accessories, it becomes rather expensive to switch. But that doesn’t mean one brand is better than the other. Nikon and Canon both make great DSLRs. May be, one year it will be like one brand would be beating out the competition with every camera they release—but the next year, the story might be completely different depending on the demand of course!

Before buying a DSLR you must check the speed and megapixels of the DSLR as per your choice.

Speed

Choosing a camera with good speed is essential for photographers as it is required to capture the very moment in your picture.

Megapixels

Mostly people buy cameras depending on megapixels — and that is a horrible way to proceed towards buying a new camera. But, that does not mean that they are not that essential. Megapixels determine how much resolution your camera has. Cameras with more megapixels produce higher resolution images, so you can print bigger photos or crop without ruining the condition of the photo. Megapixels are not as important as sensor size in determining image quality. More megapixels mean bigger image files.

List of some basic cameras for beginners:

Nikon D3300

It is not the most expensive entry-level DSLR, but it’s one of the best. It comes with a clever Guide Mode which is a useful learning tool that gives real-time explanations of important features, whilst the collapsible 18-55mm kit lens is great when you are on the go.

It has APS-C CMOS sensor, 24.2 Megapixels along with 3-inch, 921,000 dots screen and 1080p video resolution. It is a very friendly camera for beginners to deal with.Nikon D3300 can be purchased from Startech at Tk 33,500.

Canon EOS 750D

It is a compelling combination of top-notch ergonomics and a superb sensor along with 24.2 Megapixels and video resolution of 1080p. It is suitable for both beginner and enthusiast user. Canon EOS 750D is available at Startech for Tk 54,000.

Nikon D5500

It has APS-C CMOS sensor along with 24.2 Megapixels and video resolution of 1080p. It is suitable for both beginner and enthusiast user.
The Nikon D5500 sports a touchscreen control and there’s also built-in Wi-Fi and is available at Tk 53,500.

Nikon D5300

The D5300 shares 24.2 Megapixels sensor with an identical maximum ISO25,600 sensitivity along with EXPEED 4 image processor and 39-point auto-focus system. It may not be the latest entry-level DSLR, but the Nikon D5300 is still a smart buy and is available for Tk 41,500.

Canon EOS 700D

Canon EOS 700D comes with 18 Megapixels along with 3-inch articulating touchscreen and video resolution of 1080p. It is pretty much user friendly for both beginners and enthusiasts. You can purchase Canon EOS 700D for Tk 41,500 from Startech.

There are loads of options to choose from and Startech has brought a vast collection of DSLRs only for you. You just need to check the specifications out to match with your desire and get served with the best product.

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