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Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie. Part II

By Hanna Welch | December 23, 2018 |

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Did you like our article on Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie. Part I? Today we are going to offer some more tips on choosing the best DSLR for beginners that will help to improve your photography skills without making a big hole in your monthly budget.

Are you planning to have more practice in photography soon? You may find these articles useful then:

Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie: Nikon D5300

The D5300 has a DX-Format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor. Unfortunately, there is no optical low-pass filter. With D5300 you will be able to get full HD 1080p video recording at 60 fps. You also get GPS and 600-shot battery life. Of course, this is not the latest entry-level DSLR, but Nikon D5300 is still a smart buy.

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Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie: Canon EOS 200D

Canon EOS 200D is a very cheerful option for a camera for beginners. It has built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and Bluetooth. A very nice feature is the 3″ 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle touch screen LCD and full HD 1080p video recording at 60 fps. You will also find a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 7 Image Processor. If that’s not enough, you also get microphone input!

Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie: Canon EOS 2000D

The Canon EOS 2000D is an inexpensive and cheerful entry-level camera. You will get a pretty solid set of features for the beginner, including built-in Wi-Fi technology and NFC. Transfer photos to your smartphone super-quick! Images from the 24.1MP sensor have good quality. The 9-point autofocus system and the Live View AF system could be better tough. And, unfortunately, there is no touchscreen.

Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie: Nikon D3300

Canon EOS D3300 is still one of the best beginner DSLRs. But there is one little disadvantage – the lack of connectivity. For transfering images to smartphone or tablet, you’ll need to get Nikon’s (inexpensive) plug-in Wi-Fi adapter that could be plugged into one of the D3300 ports. The Canon EOS D3300 is becoming hard to find on the market, but you should know that it is a great beginner DSLR.

Best Budget DSLRs Perfect for Newbie: Canon EOS 1300D

Canon EOS D1300 is an ageing budget DSLR. This model is very similar to the newer camera, but some features are starting to give away its age. You will get 22 megapixel resolution with a full-format CMOS sensor. You will be able to shoot full HD videos with manual control. It is 8,11 cm (3,2 inches) with LCD screen resolution of 1,040,000 pixels.

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