Top 5 Best DSLR Cameras In India

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Top 5 Best DSLR Cameras And Mirrorless Cameras Under 1,00,000


We will discuss between Rs.50,000 and Rs. 1,00,000 whatever are the best available DSLR Cameras or mirrorless cameras and also try to clear the confusions between 2 variants in a series.

Before we start with the comparison, we will talk about the crop sensor bodies only mid-range cameras which come above entry level cameras. I am familiar with Canon, Nikon and Sony brands So, the comparisons will be between the cameras of these brands only.

The cameras which were great 4-5 years back. whether DSLR Cameras or mirrorless Cameras they were probably good those days. but buying those same cameras in today’s date may not be a great option in my perspective So we will talk about more recent cameras which are released in last 3-4 years.

There was a time when photography was given a lot of value. people did not have patience to make videos Ever since people started sharing videos on YouTube, cinematography came, hand held gimbals came into the market, the short film came.

People started showing interest in such videos Also, we started making amazing quality videos including in 4K in our mobile there were a lot of people who started making videos and saving their amazing memories. This has made camera manufacturers think about video and vlogging while making a camera.


Canon 70D (Canon 77D) and Canon 80D

Firstly, let us talk about Canon’s 70D this is an exceptional camera that was released in 2013 Canon in this camera, for the first time included dual pixel autofocus technology which was revolutionary those days

This camera somehow became a default camera for video in mid-range DSLRs Its a lo many days since 2013 it does not make sense that we consider the same camera We will be considering through the upgraded versions of the camera Canon77D and Canon 80D and we will try to see what’s the difference between these two.

The specifications of these both cameras Canon 77D and Canon 80D

battery lifeThe specifications of these cameras are pretty different. Canon 80D is a bigger camera heavy and robust. If you plan to use a big lens and do professional photography and videos there is a possibility that Canon 80D is good for you. Canon 80D’s battery is very powerful that is used in high-end cameras as well.

Imagine you are making a short film the one sitting behind the camera the person would want to hear the conversation happening between the actors using a headphone So, a headphone jack has been provided in Canon 80D we are becoming clearer why Canon 80D has been used.

It’s a professional type. Coming to 77D, it’s a small camera, lightweight good for vlogging, cheaper than Canon 80D there is a difference of 10-15 K there is a digital image stabilizer, inbuilt Obviously digital image stabilizer will not be as good as the optical image stabilizer in order to stabilize, it may crop your video while doing editing, the time consumed by trying to stabilize the video can be reduced by the camera by doing the same for you. But definitely, this is also an important feature for sure.

If you are a traveler, want to take photos, make videos and if you want a lightweight camera which is easy for transportation also, then, definitely it is Canon 77D. I used to get a lot of questions. whether the choice has to be Canon 77D or Canon 80D I think you should be clear by now. This is about Canon

1. Canon 77D Digital SLR Cameras

Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 24.2 MP | ISO: 100-25600 | Video Resolution: Full HD video (1920 x 1080) with fully manual control and Selectable frame rates| Connectivity: WIFI, NFC and Bluetooth | weight: 540g | Display: LCD Monitor

Pros & Cons

  • Excellent Autofocus system
  • Live autofocus is fast
  • Brilliant Touchscreen
  • Good picture quality
  • No 4k video recording capture

2. Canon 80D Digital SLR Camera

Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 24.2 MP | ISO: 100-12800 | Video Resolution: Full HD video (1920 x 1080) with fully manual control and Selectable frame rates| Connectivity: WIFI, NFC and Bluetooth | weight: 2.04kg | Display: LCD Monitor

Pros & Cons

  • Sensor is good
  • Efficient Autofocus system
  • Brilliant screen
  • The autofocus system takes a time

Nikon D7200 And Nikon D7500

Nikon There are 2 DSLR cameras here Nikon D7200 and Nikon D7500. D7200 makes good photos and the good thing is this camera which was released in 2015 we have got 2 card slots but the upgraded version which is Nikon D7500, released in 2017 it has only 1 card slot.

professionals do expect that there are 2 card slots. because all of a sudden when the cards get full, you will not like to take a break in between assignments to change cards it doesn’t look professional you can miss good moments during weddings.


The additional 20,000  will give you a lot of additional features Nikon D7500 has touch screen which has become a necessary feature for today it as 4K resolution and flip screen as well and like in Canon 77D even this has digital Image stabilization 20,000  additional is more but there are a lot of features Now you need to decide to go with more features for extra 20,000 or save the 20,000  for additional lenses.

3. Nikon D7200 Digital SLR Camera

Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 24.2 MP | ISO: 100-25600 | Video Resolution: Full HD video (1920 x 1080) | Connectivity: WIFI, NFC | weight: 765g

Pros & Cons

  • Good in low light focussing
  • Excellent ISO performance
  • Good image colour accuracy
  • Improved low light performance
  • No touchscreen viewfinder
  • Image processing takes a time

4. Nikon D7500 Digital SLR Camera

Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 20.9 MP | ISO: 100-51200 | Video Resolution: Full 4K Ultra HD Video Recording at 30 fps | Connectivity: WIFI and Bluetooth | weight: 721g | 

Pros & Cons

  • Excellent Autofocus system
  • Excellent sensor
  • Very good ISO range
  • Full 4K UHD video recording
  • Low resolution for rear screen
  • single SD slot
  • Live autofocus is slow

Sony A6300, Sony A6500, Sony A6400

Sony cameras which I am going to discuss usually come with a kit lens 16-50mm Firstly we will talk about Sony A6300 which is released in 2016 and is the cheaper among the Sony series I am going to talk about Along with kit lens 16-50mm.

The newest version of its which is Sony A6400 which is not even yet available in the Indian market, once that arrives there are chances that Sony A6300 will be priced lower. In 2016, a few months after the release of Sony A6300, another camera was released Sony A6500 There is a huge difference in the price range of Sony A6300 and Sony A6500 we will see if the difference is worth it.

Sony A6500 with a kit lens will be way above 90,000 So, it will be close to our 1Lakh border So, what do we get in this? We get 5 axes in-built Optical image stabilization (OIS) OIS is the real image stabilization. which is much better than the digital IS Optical IS is better than Digital IS but the one in Sony A6500 people has not appreciated so much.

Specification perspective, this may be a great add-on but for the price difference, it may not be value for money. the touch screen is available for Sony A6500 even the touch screen has been criticized So, the 2 major add-ons from Sony A6300 to Sony A6500 are. Optical IS and Touch screen but with average reviews from the users.

After this, the one released in 2019 Sony A6400, I am not sure if it is available everywhere in Indian market but a lot of international photographers have done hands-on on this body and a lot of them have given positive review and I feel the price is going to be lesser than Sony A6500 It can be around 80,000

what features will you get in this price an attractive feature is flip screen. there is slight criticism on this one as it is not completely articulating. but this will be enough to be of help for vlogging One of the major enhancements of Sony A6400 is it autofocus system.

For me, it is very very important. If we compare Sony 6300 vs Sony 6500 vs Sony 6400 then Sony 6400’s auto focus system will be the best, not just that there were some criticisms on A6500 which is again enhanced in Sony A6400 there is an option of time-lapse but I don’t know how important it is for people around but yes, some people like it. So, that’s a nice feature.

why is Sony A6500’s price more than Sony A6400 there should be some difference right? Sony A6400 lacks inbuilt image stabilization. technically, we could feel image stabilization should have been included Its a thing about Sony mirrorless cameras. But when we see this practically with Sony A6500 Sony A6500’s IS had never received that great appreciation for that feature If we look that way, Sony A6400 is not losing anything.

If I compare Sony 6300, Sony 6500 and Sony 6400 Somehow, I feel buying Sony A6500 now is not good. Because if you only want to click photos, you are getting it at a very cheaper cost. So, instead of paying 30,000 extra and buying Sony A6500, you can wait for Sony A6400 I think Sony A6400 will justify the price.

we realized that every camera has its specialty. When we see here, based on the prices of the cameras We are getting Sony A6300 with 16-50 for 60,000 K and for a similar price We are getting Canon 77D with 18-55. We need not be confused about these. we can consider Sony A6300 for photography and Canon 77D for video.


5. Sony A6300

Sensor: APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 24.2 MP | ISO: 100-25600 | Video Resolution: 4K video at 100Mbps super-slow motion 1080p video at 120fps | Connectivity: WIFI, NFC | weight: 404g

Pros & Cons

  • Excellent image quality
  • Improved high-ISO performance
  • Fast autofocus
  • Very good subject tracking with real-time
  • 4K video recording capture
  • Slow buffer
  • No touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi is not so good

6. Sony A6500

Sensor: Exmor CMOS Sensor | Megapixels: 24.2 MP | ISO: 100-25600 | Video Resolution: 4K video | Connectivity: WIFI, NFC | weight: 453g

Pros & Cons

  • Premium body with good controls
  • Touch-screen for subject selection
  • image stabilization system
  • Excellent image quality
  • 4K video recording capture
  • JPEG colors are not most accurate
  • Very slow buffer clearing
  • No headphone jack
  • Normal battery life

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