A DSLR, or Digital Single Lens Reflex, camera can help one achieve so much more when it comes to picture-taking but the features of a DSLR can get pretty confusing for those who aren’t very familiar with it. So here are ten very easy-to-use DSLRs for newbies in the scene of professional photography or those who simply want more than what a point-and-shoot compact camera can provide.
10. Canon EOS 600D
One of the best for beginners, the EOS 600D is loaded with features that will really come in handy when it comes to developing your photography skills. Featuring an 18-megapixel, 3-inch LCD screen, in-camera guides, and basic as well as creative filters, it’s no wonder why it’s capable of producing excellent photos.
Ranging between $476 to $1,050
9. Nikon D3200
Inexperienced DSLR users, here’s one camera designed specially for you. The D3200 comes with a guide mode option which will be useful for those who aren’t so confident of capturing great shots on their own. Also Wi-Fi compatible, you’ll be able to send images directly to a tablet or smartphone without the hassle of wires.
8. Canon EOS 1100D
Another one with handy in-camera guides, the EOS 1100D proves to be an asset with those new to DSLRs. With it’s DIGIC 4 image processing technology, the camera also makes for a great investment for great photos.
7. Nikon D3100
Most of us are well aware that a DSLR comes with more buttons than a compact due to its many features but sometimes, especially in the case of newbies, we’re not quite sure what button does what. The D3100, with its chunky and self-explanatory buttons, will help ensure that such a scenario will not happen and just like the D3200, it also incorporates a guide mode option.
6. Pentax K-30
This DSLR is perfect for the outdoorsy person. The K-30 has been designed with a body that will weather almost any harsh outdoor elements. In addition to that, it has a very useful shake-reduction system for any bumps you might encounter along the way.
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