Everybody’s a shutterbug these days and to be a good one, all you need is a keen sense of visuals and, most importantly, a good camera.
Here are some of the best high end DSLR cameras that you can find between $1500 and $2000.
#6) Olympus E-5 12.3MP Digital SLR with 3-inch LCD – Price: $1,699
This nifty camera has a great 12.3 MP Live MOS Sensor. This is also equipped with a super handy TruPic V+ image processor. This means that it allows you to take fantastic shots that are internally processed to look their best. Moreover, it has an Image Stabilization system that ensures that all the pictures you click are completely clear no matter how shaky your hands actually are.
For those who prefer using videos over stills to express their creativity, this camera also allows you to shoot great videos at 30 frames per second with a resolution of 720p. With such a great system, practically nothing can stop you from being the next Scorsese.
The 3 inch LCD screen is apt for viewing all your images and videos in a way that really shows off their high definition and sharpness.
#5) Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4K Mirrorless Camera – Price: $1,697
Not only is the Lumix jam packed with a bunch of fantastic features, it is also great to look at. With a sleek body that’s designed to fit your hands perfectly, this is the ideal camera for those who love to shoot everything they see as and when they see it. Forget about the hassles of fumbling in your bag to pull out a camera; the Panasonic Lumix was built to fit and stay in the palm of your hands. The body is highly durable and sturdy and is made of an alloy of alluminium.
With a 4K 24p cinematic video (4096×2160) feature, you can shoot great films or documentaries easily. The HD quality of the videos may just be the thing that sets your videos apart from those shot by others using an inferior camera.
If you are someone who enjoys zoos or wild life safaris or even nature treks, you’ll be pleased to know that this camera has a high speed 49 area auto focusing feature that allows you to pursue any subject or multiple subjects easily without losing focus of the same.
#4) Sony A77II with 16-50mm and 55-300mm Lenses – Price: $1,649
Got a shaky hand? Can’t capture that perfect image because of trembling fingers? Well, the Sony A77ii is perfect for you. This fantastic camera has a 5 axis stabilizer which essentially ensures that any shakiness on the outside does not get translated into the images on the inside. This means that no matter how unsteady your hand is, you can easily have a picture that free from unsightly blurs here and there.
Furthermore, the 24.3 MP resolution allows you to capture amazing shots. Zoom in on every detail the next time you visit a wild life safari or a carnival and let no small detail escape the final shot. With such a great resolution, this camera gives you a fantastic shot every single time. The Sony A77ii is also equipped with a state of the art BIONZ® X image processor. This processor lets you capture up to 5 fps when it comes to high speed continuous shooting, making it ideal for outdoor photography and unpredictable events.
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Now, there’s no need to crane your neck every time you want to get a high angle or low angle shot. The crystal clear 3 inch LCD screen can be pulled out and tilted upwards or downwards in order to facilitate these shots easily. As a result, all you have to do is point, aim and shoot and your picture’s as good as ready. It’s little details like these that really add to the overall experience of the user and this is why this particular camera certainly deserves to be mentioned here. Add to this the fact that it has WiFi connectivity enabled and you can shot and upload pictures and videos on the go (instead of waiting to get home) and it just doesn’t get much cooler than this.
#3) Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera – Price: $1,699
If you are looking for a whole host of artistic options that can allow you to really express yourself as clearly as possible, then the Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera is absolutely perfect for you. One of the things that really set it apart is the fact that it comes with an ergonomic design. Ergonomics is the science of combining physical comfort as well as utility in order to create a product that brings together both worlds, ensuring high efficiency and comfort. With an ergonomic camera, one can take as many shots as one likes without having to deal with tiring or aching hands or arms. This, however, is just one facet of this camera.
With a 20.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the Canon EOS 7D captures stunning shots. Ideal for those who like to shoot on the go, this camera can also capture fast moving targets with its high speed continuous shooting that goes over 10 fps. It also allows for a ton of flexibility while shooting with an ISO range between 100 -16000.
This camera has a sturdy built and a compact body, making it ideal for those who like to shoot as they roam around and prefer smaller bodies to large, bulkier ones. Tag different locations in your photographs with the GPS and show off every city you’ve been to. This camera also has a 3.0 USB connectivity which really brings a lot of convenience with it.
#2) Nikon D750 FX-format Digital SLR – Price: $1,996
If you look for inspiration everywhere you go, then the Nikon D750 is perfect for you. It allows you to easily switch between videos and stills, letting you capture exactly what you see in a heartbeat. With a 24.3 MP FX-format CMOS image sensor and the additional benefits of EXPEED, bring all the add ons of fast rate frames, enhanced definition and low noise to your photographs. Say hello to total flexibility with an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 (which is also expandable up to ISO 51,200).
Moreover, you can shoot HD videos and make then cinematically stunning because of the kind of features this camera provides. Now, you’re not just limited to expressing yourself through photographs or stills; create movies, mocumentaries, a web series and much more.
If that’s all you think you to need to be the next big YouTube star, think again. The Nikon D750 is a step ahead and provides you with the option to connect to any nearby source of WiFi. This means that you can upload your photographs or videos on the go and even post a few responses to comments in the form of images while you’re at it. Staying connected while following your passions does not get any easier.
#1) Canon EOS 6D Digital SLR Camera with 70-300mm Lens – Price: $1,999
With an awesome 20.2 MP full frame CMSO Sensor, you can bet that this camera can catch every detail in sight. Zoom in on every speck clearly and marvel at how easy it is to create photographs that speak volumes. With an ISO range of 100 – 25600 (plus 50, 51200, 102400 expanded), say goodbye to graininess and hello to crystal clear shots.
The DIGIC 5+ Image Processor ensures the best possible noise reduction and a processing speed that’s faster than Wile. E. Coyote. Speaking of which, you can even capture fast action with the continuous shooting feature that goes up to 4.5 fps. Once you’re done clicking, check out your artistic vision on a 3 inch LCD screen with 1,040,000 dots per inches.
And, why you should you wait to show off your pictures? This high end DLSR camera can connect to WiFi as well and you can upload your images as you take them!
Therefore, as you can see, these are some of the best cameras available in the market between $1500 and $2000. You can now realize your photographic and/or videographic dreams easily with the help of any one of these superior camera models.
These are the best possible cameras that are sourced from the leading brands in the industry and this makes all of them fantastic options to choose from when you are considering buying your very own DSLR. The best way to find one that suits your needs the most is to actually test as many as you can in proper stores so that you can get an accurate feel of how they all work and which ones really suit your style and needs the most.
So, what do you think? Are these sets of features good enough to let you progress from amateur photography to pro photography?
[Featured Image Source: Teddy Kwok]