Best DSLR camera under 50000 in India (2019) Specs Features

Best DSLR camera under 50000 in India (2019) Specs Features :- If you are one of those who are looking for the best DSLR under 50000 in India, then you are at the right place. Today, with the help of this article we are going to provide you the list of top best DSLR cameras under Rs 50,000 in India. So, without wasting any time let’s get started….

Sony ILCE-6000L/B

This particular model comes with 60fps recording, 11fps continuous shooting mode, as well as WiFi. In addition to that there are also 179 AF points. The only thing that doesn’t hold well as compared to a DSLR is the weaker battery. Furthermore, the lenses may possibly be slightly more expensive than those for Nikon or Canon.

Sensor: 23.5 x 15.6mm, APS-C CMOS sensor

Image processing: Bionz X

Autofocus points: 179

ISO: 100-25600

Video: 1080 60p

Battery: 360 shots

Included lens: 16-50mm

Weight: 344g

Maximum resolution: 24.3MP

Display: Articulated 3″ 921k-dot articulated

Continuous Shooting: 11fps

 

Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera

Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera comes with the latest image processor, WiFi/NFC, 7.4fps burst mode, and has 143 AF points and 4k video recording. The only drawback about this camera is its battery life. Also, the M50 is very much similar to its 18 months back launched M5. While there are a few differences, all-in-all, the M50 seems to be a much better camera as the image quality is perfectly amazing.

Sensor: 22.3 x 14.9 mm, APS-C CMOS sensor

Maximum resolution: 24.1MP

Display: Articulated 3″ 1040k-dot articulated touch-screen

Continuous Shooting: 7.4fps

Auto focus points: 143

ISO: 100-25600

Video: 4K/24p

Battery: 235 shots

Connectivity: WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth

 

Nikon D3400

If you are looking for a quality DSLR, then Nikon D3400 is a great choice for you. The DSLR is easy to hold as well as use. It has an accessible along with convenient button layout. It has user-friendly UI and menu system. It comprises of solid ISO performance as well as quick focusing speed. In addition to that the videos and images clicked showed supreme quality. It also supports SnapBridge application.

Image Sensor & Resolution: 24.2 Megapixel CMOS

Included lenses: 18-55 mm Lens + 70-300 Lens

Auto-focus Points: 11

Optical Zoom: 1x

ISO: 100 – 25600

Weight: 395 g

Screen: 3.0″ LCD

Video Capture Resolution: 1920 x 1080p, 60p

Continuous Shooting Speed: 5 FPS

Canon EOS 200D II DSLR Camera

There a number of improvements done over the original 200D, comprising a much better battery life, a new image processor, as well as 4K recording capabilities. It also maintains the large ISO rang as well as the excellent display together with touchscreen functionality. The AF points on the camera continue to disappoint though.

Sensor: 22.3 x 14.9 mm, APS-C CMOS sensor

Maximum resolution: 24.2MP

Display: Articulated 3″ 1040k-dot articulated touch-screen

Continuous Shooting: 5fps

ISO: 100-25600

Video: 4K 25p

Battery: 1070 shots

Included lens: 18-55mm

 

Panasonic G7

First introduced in May 2015 , Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 is basically a 16.0MP Semi-Pro Mirrorless camera with a Four Thirds (17.3 x 13 mm ) sized CMOS sensor. With this model, Panasonic replaced the older G6 model. The best part is that it offers WiFi, 4K video, 7FPS burst, and ample autofocus points. Even though the sensor on the G85 doesn’t come with an anti-aliasing filter such as the G7.

Sensor: 17.3 x 13.0 mm, Four Thirds CMOS sensor

Image processing: N/A

Maximum resolution: 16.84MP

Weight: 410g

ISO: 100-25600

Display: Articulated 3″ 1040k-dot articulated touch-screen

Continuous Shooting: 6fps

Auto focus points: 49

Video: 4K/30p

Battery: 360 shots

Included lens: 14-42mm