5 Budget DSLR/Mirrorless Cameras to buy in 2015

The Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera or the DSLR Camera is basically a digital camera which uses mirrors and directs the light from the camera’s lens to the view finder of the camera and help in taking really good images of high quality. To buy such a professional camera, the budget has also been a big problem. But don’t worry, to solve this problem we came up with an article describing the best 5 budget DSLR or Mirrorless cameras!

Nikon D3300

Nikon released D3300 as the entry-level camera which came up with a simple yet effective device for beginners. It also comes with an inbuilt guide mode to make everything easy for an amateur. It has an excellent battery life and with a good image quality at a low price, the camera is worth to buy. It is easy to control because every manual controls are scaled with reference.

Nikon D3300

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Nikon took more care on making the camera more portable so they came up with a new collapsible kit lens which makes it easy for users to carry it. It has a 24 MP lens along with an APS-C sensor and it lets you record videos of 1080p at 60p and even supports different types of filter effects. The cons of this camera are too minor even to consider like the lack of inbuilt Wi-Fi or no AE bracketing.

Read the rumors about the Nikon D5500 which will be unveiled at CES 2015.

 

Sony Alpha A5000

Sony has always been a choice for smart people. Sony Alpha A5000 comes for the same price as the Nikon D3300 and has all the features that the D3300 lacks like the inbuilt  Wi-Fi, mirror less camera (basic-level) and tilting screen. The camera has a lens of 20 MP with APS-C sensor only.

Sony Alpha A5000

Sony Alpha A5000 has smart features like the smart phone remote control systems and allows you to download apps to make the work easier. It comes with smaller dimensions and is lighter too like all the other mirror less cameras. It also has some electronic composition which helps you in face and scene detections.

Canon EOS Rebel SL1

Canon is in the game for a long time with its Canon EOS Rebel SL1 which is a slimmer, thinner and an entry level version of the T5 or the 1200D. It cames along with an APS-C sensor and is still available in the market. It is really hard to imagine that the present model is even 1 cm less than the previous model.

Canon EOS Rebel SL1

The camera comes with 18 MP and has a video recording size of 1080p. Canon made this camera even hotter with a touch screen interface in it. A new lens named EF-S 18-55 mm STM comes along the kit of the canon Rebel SL1 and it helps the user to increase the quality of pictures and videos.

Panasonic Lumix XS3

Panasonic is one of the oldest companies in the camera manufacturing race. The Panasonic Lumix XS3 comes with a stylish digital design and an ultra compact body and that makes it easier for you to carry it anywhere.

Panasonic Lumix XS3

The camera comes with an inbuilt 14 MP MOS sensor, 5X optical zoom lens with an optical image stabilization same as the Nikon D3300 that enables user to record full HD video. It has an inbuilt Xenon flash that helps in capturing images at night time.

Samsung WB30F

Samsung WB30F

The Samsung WB30F comes with an optical zoom of 10X and an inbuilt Wi-Fi sharing system to share the photos and videos instantly on the social networking sites. It also allows you to capture impressive panoramic pictures and has a 15 MP sensor with a detailed capturing technology. The camera comes for an affordable price according to its features.





  1. AsadAsad12-26-2014

    I have been looking for the digital camer’s since last month.
    Finally got one useful . must say this is a very helpful post .
    Thnx for the post admin

  2. LagondaLagonda12-26-2014

    Thank you for this awesome post, waiting for your next post, and I have a Canon 600D, Can you give me your opinion about it? Please 🙂

  3. Dylann AndreDylann Andre12-28-2014

    I’m glad to read this article about these 5 Budget DSLR/Mirrorless Cameras to buy in 2015. It’s very great tips. Thanks for sharing this article. It’s such a great post.

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