Best Full-Frame DSLR Cameras

Review & Comparison, Last Update September 3, 2018
Are you looking for the highest quality camera? Whether you are a professional photographer or just a hobbyist, having a full-frame DSLR camera is highly desired. Take a look at our reviews of five of the best full-frame DSLR cameras available. ...Read more ...Read less
BEST 2018
PROS
CONS
OUR VERDICT
Lens Mount
Processor
Effective Pixels
Sensor Type
ISO
Number of Focus Points
Screen
Viewfinder
Built-in Flash / External Flash
Continuous Drive
Photo Resolutions, Format
Video Resolutions, Format
Microphone
Storage Types
Connectivity
Battery Life (CIPA)
Warranty
 
PROS

Thanks to the high ISO sensitivity, each picture will yield a photo with excellent sharpness and without noise, even when shooting in conditions close to total darkness.

CONS

A bit heavy.

OUR VERDICT

The Nikon D850 Full-frame SLR camera is designed for professional photographers and provides a wide field for creativity. The built-in AF processor guarantees lightning-fast recognition of objects, accurate focusing when shooting at a rate of seven frames per second. The high-speed matrix format FX has an ultra-high resolution of 45.7 MP.

detailed parameters
Lens Mount

Nikon F

Processor

EXPEED 5

Effective Pixels

45.7 Megapixels

Sensor Type

CMOS

ISO

Auto, 64-25600 (Extended Mode: Auto, 32-102400)

Number of Focus Points

153

Screen

3.2" Rear Touchscreen Tilting LCD

Viewfinder

Pentaprism

Built-in Flash / External Flash

No / Hot Shoe, PC Terminal Connection

Continuous Drive

Up to 7 fps at 45.7 MP for up to 51 Frames in Raw Format

Photo Resolutions, Format

JPEG, RAW, TIFF (Max 8256 x 5504)

Video Resolutions, Format

MOV, MP4, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (Max 3840 x 2160)

Microphone

Yes

Storage Types

XQD, SD, SDHC, SDXC

Connectivity

1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, HDMI C (Mini), Nikon 10-Pin, X-Sync Socket, USB 3.0 Micro-B

Battery Life (CIPA)

1840 shots. Movies: Approx. 70 minutes of HD footage

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Video shooting with a resolution of 4K will allow you to create videos as good as from a cinematic camera. You can even do frame grabs from video, which will result in high quality still photos.

CONS

GPS mode quickly eats up battery life.

OUR VERDICT

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is a well-designed camera with an attractive design and a powerful DIGIC 6+ processor that does not fail in any shooting environment. Its high-sensitivity sensor detects every detail, and a high-resolution touch screen with intuitive controls will let you control the camera quite easily, with virtually no learning curve.

detailed parameters
Lens Mount

Canon EF

Processor

DIGIC 6+

Effective Pixels

30.4 Megapixels

Sensor Type

CMOS

ISO

Auto, 100-32000 (Extended Mode: 50-102400)

Number of Focus Points

61

Screen

3.2" Rear Touchscreen LCD

Viewfinder

Pentaprism

Built-in Flash / External Flash

No / Hot Shoe, PC Terminal Connection

Continuous Drive

Up to 7 fps at 30 MP for up to 21 Frames in Raw Format, Up to 7 fps at 30 MP for Unlimited Frames

Photo Resolutions, Format

JPEG, RAW (Max 6720 x 4480)

Video Resolutions, Format

MJPEG, MOV, MP4, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (Max 4096 x 2160)

Microphone

Yes

Storage Types

CompactFlash, SDXC, SDHC, SD

Connectivity

1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, Canon N3, HDMI C (Mini), USB 3.0

Battery Life (CIPA)

900 shots

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The advanced autofocusing module with TTL phase detection, fine tuning and 51 focus points (including 15 cross-type sensors) and AF-assist illumination will allow you to achieve high image sharpness.

CONS

ISO button is in a terrible location and it is easy to change your quality settings by accident.

OUR VERDICT

Nikon's full-frame D750 is a premium model with a sensitive CMOS FX sensor, focused primarily on professionals engaged in video and photography. The processing of images in the camera is the responsibility of the EXPEED 4 processor, which demonstrates excellent clarity in a wide variety of shooting conditions.

detailed parameters
Lens Mount

Nikon F

Processor

EXPEED 4

Effective Pixels

24.3 Megapixels

Sensor Type

CMOS

ISO

Auto, 100-12800 (Extended Mode: 50-51200)

Number of Focus Points

51

Screen

3.2" Rear Screen Tilting LCD

Viewfinder

Pentaprism

Built-in Flash / External Flash

Yes / Hot Shoe Connection

Continuous Drive

Up to 6.5 fps

Photo Resolutions, Format

JPEG, RAW (Max 6016 x 4016)

Video Resolutions, Format

MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (Max 1920 x 1080)

Microphone

Yes

Storage Types

SD, SDHC, SDXC

Connectivity

1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0

Battery Life (CIPA)

1230 shots

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Bluetooth connection allows you to establish a wireless connection between the camera and your smartphone or tablet. So, in Live View mode you can view images taken by the camera and send them to your friends.

CONS

There is no remaining space on the memory card.

OUR VERDICT

The Canon EOS 6D Mark II is a professional SLR camera with a full-frame sensor made in a lightweight body with moisture and dust protection. Its LCD-screen with adjustable angle allows you to easily take pictures from the bottom or top angle. In this case, the built-in GPS receiver will record your movements and allow you to assign geotags to pictures.

detailed parameters
Lens Mount

Canon EF

Processor

DIGIC 7

Effective Pixels

26.2 Megapixels

Sensor Type

CMOS

ISO

Auto, 100-40000 (Extended Mode: 50-102400)

Number of Focus Points

45

Screen

3" Swivel Touchscreen LCD

Viewfinder

Optical

Built-in Flash / External Flash

No / Hot Shoe Connection

Continuous Drive

Up to 6.5 fps at 26.2 MP

Up to 3 fps at 26.2 MP

Photo Resolutions, Format

JPEG, RAW (Max 6240 x 4160)

Video Resolutions, Format

MJPEG, MOV, MP4, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (Max 1920 x 1080)

Microphone

Yes

Storage Types

SDXC, SDHC, SD

Connectivity

1/8" Microphone, Canon N3, HDMI C (Mini), Mini-USB, USB 2.0

Battery Life (CIPA)

1200 shots

Warranty

1 year

PROS

Active D-Lighting automatically stores clear details in dark and light areas of photographs, helping to create stunning images with natural contrast, even in high-contrast lighting.

CONS

Relatively few focus points.

OUR VERDICT

The Nikon D610 is full-frame camera, the functionality and capabilities of which are more than enough for professional use and creating images with high detail, accurate color rendering and soft gradations of color. The device is compact, light and airtight. Few cameras can match its quality at the same price.

detailed parameters
Lens Mount

Nikon F

Processor

EXPEED 3

Effective Pixels

24.3 Megapixels

Sensor Type

CMOS

ISO

Auto, 100 - 6400, (Extended Mode: 50 - 25600)

Number of Focus Points

39

Screen

3.2" Rear LCD

Viewfinder

Pentaprism

Built-in Flash / External Flash

Yes / Hot Shoe Connection

Continuous Drive

Up to 6 fps

Photo Resolutions, Format

JPEG, RAW (Max 6016 x 4016)

Video Resolutions, Format

MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (Max 1920 x 1080)

Microphone

Yes

Storage Types

SD, SDHC, SDXC

Connectivity

HDMI output, Headphone Connector, Hi-speed USB Stereo, Microphone Input

Battery Life (CIPA)

900 shots

Warranty

1 year

Nikon D850

One of the Best Full Frame DSLR Cameras

Professional photographers know how much difference a high-quality camera can make. Things such as image sharpness, resolution, color, and many other factors combine to help make a brilliant photograph. While great photos can be made with lower quality cameras, having the best quality camera possible definitely can make a photographer's job a bit easier. Although high-quality cameras don't come cheap, the price is more than worth it to a photographer who relies on the camera for a living.

The Nikon D850 FX-format Digital SLR Camera is a camera that is truly a photographer's best friend. This full-frame DSLR camera features 45.7 megapixels of full image resolution, providing a highly dynamic range with virtually no flaws in the image quality. The Nikon-designed back-side illuminated (BSI) full-frame image sensor gives you a full frame image that matches the dimensions of the 35mm format, making this a truly professional-level camera with professional-level capabilities. With no optical low-pass filter in the image sensor, photos taken with the camera appear exactly how you view them while framing the shot, ensuring consistent image quality that is the result of the photographer, and not of the camera.

Review of Nikon D850 FX-format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

Fast Processing

The heart of this camera is the EXPEED 5 processor, which processes images blazingly fast, providing full processing for all 45.7 megapixels of an image and resulting in a wide dynamic range and low noise levels. The camera is capable of shooting high-speed images at a rate of 9 frames per second, giving you blazing fast high-quality photos with high details. This camera can also shoot Full 4K UHD video at full frame rates. The drive capabilities include capturing all 45.7 megapixels of up to 51 frames in RAW format. The low ISO also ensures a great dynamic range, with the ISO expandable from 64 to 32.

Along with the high-end capabilities of the camera are plenty of extra features. The Silent Photography mode allows you to capture images of scenes requiring silence, resulting in camera operation with no noise or physical vibrations. The tilting touchscreen LED display lets you angle your shots in any direction without needing to twist your head to frame the shot. The autofocus abilities also let you worry about the more important aspects of your shoot without needing to constantly adjust focus, even in dark lighting conditions. With these and many other included features, this camera rates as one of the best of its kind.

Nikon D850 FX-format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) in the use

Additional Info

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What customers say about this product

Imaging

Incredible image quality, particularly sharpness.

Display

Rear touchscreen is iphone-like -- very responsive and intuitive to use. No lag.

Features

Better viewfinder with specs it might seem small but very noticeable and bright.

Connectivity

It has sd card slot and you can do a lot of pics with a good high speed SD card.

Key Specs

Most of my lens are manual focus but tried few times with AF Nikon/Sigma Art lens on the new focus stacking feature. Makes things easier by adding steps. Does not work on MF lenses. Not a con thats the way it is.

Size & Weight

Weight is comfortable. Menu controls are easier to navigate too.

Power

It works better with the battery grip with the DN-EL18 or the 8 AA batteries.
 

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Respected Name in Cameras

Canon has long been known as a premier manufacturer of cameras of all types, ranging from low-end cameras for casual users to high-end models geared towards professionals. They have retained a reputation over the years as one of the top camera manufacturers in the world, and it is easy to see why, especially with their high-end cameras. Professionals all over the world rely on Canon to supply them with state-of-the-art-cameras that produce high-quality images that rival or better those from other camera manufacturers.

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera is a model that shows why Canon has such a great, well-earned reputation. This DSLR camera features a 30.4 MP full-frame CMOS sensor that provides a level of versatility in shooting that is not often seen with other competing models, producing superb image quality. This model provides excellent focus accuracy thanks to a 61 point accuracy refined focus system, along with Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF. The autofocusing gives the user the ability to focus on framing their shot rather than constantly adjusting the focus for different shooting targets. This works equally well for both video and Live View shooting.

Review of Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

Features to Match

This full frame DSLR camera does not skimp on the features. The camera not only can take photos, but can also shoot 4K video at both 24fps and 30fps, giving the user the ability to set the frame rate for television or cinematic work. The camera is powered by the DIGIC 6+ Image Processor, which is powerful enough to drive the high-end features of this camera smoothly, without hesitation. It includes a noise processing algorithm that reduces noise from images at high ISO settings, and also features a digital lens optimizer that can provide a large variety of corrections in real time. The processor can also drive continuous shooting at up to 7.0 fps1 at full resolution.

Plenty of other features are included in this camera as well. The camera has an ISO range of 100–32000, which is expandable to 50–102400, providing a high degree of accuracy in low lighting conditions. The 3.2 inch Clear View LCD II provides a 1.62 million pixel screen with low reflection, letting you easily frame your shots from any angle, with it clearly visible in all levels of light. There is even wireless connectivity that allows for easy file transfers, along with a GPS system for providing exact location data for images. This camera's combination of high-quality photos along with its features makes it one of the best full-frame DSLR cameras on the market.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) in the use

Additional Info

User Manual     Manufacturer


What customers say about this product

Key Specs

My greatest recommendation is not sufficient enough for this amazing machine. Yes, there are complaints about this piece from the viewfinder not being adjustable, but those fail in comparison to its performance.

Imaging

As expected the EOS 5D Mark IV with an L lens creates stunningly sharp images with a good baseline color. I shoot usually neutral and tune in Lightroom.

Display

This camera is great, I wish it had a fold out preview screen

Features

Picture quality is fantastic! The camera is well built. It has a lot of great features.

Connectivity

Wifi capability built in is a nice function but the integration of how to setup and get it to work is not easy, Like that it has USB 3 connection

Power

Battery life is great and working with strobes is awesome - so easy to connect.

Size & Weight

The body is clearly made for still photography. The weight alone makes shooting videos without a tripod a dog because of the combined weight of camera & lens & the fact that the 5DIV can only shoot video using live view.
 

Nikon D750

Tool for Creativity

For a photographer, a camera isn't just a tool for the job. A camera is to a photographer as a paint brush is to an artist. It becomes not just a tool, but an extension of themselves, a way for them to express their art in the method that they wish. As such, finding the right camera for what they want to do is extremely important. Although there are many high-end full frame models available, not all of them will do the job the way the photographer wants.

The Nikon D750 FX-format Digital SLR Camera is a classic design of a full frame DSLR camera that is sure to please most any photographer. The full-frame CMOS image sensor features a resolution of 24.3 megapixels, which is more than enough to fully capture and display even the finest and most subdued details in an image. The camera itself is powered by the EXPEED 4 image processor, capable of capturing and processing photos with the highest detail all in a fraction of a second. This camera sports the ability to shoot up to 6.5 fps at full resolution, with a frame size of 1920x1080 pixels, matching that of standard high definition resolution. The camera can even shoot full HD video at various framerates ranging from 24 to 60fps, depending on the settings and needs of the photographer.

Review of Nikon D750 FX-format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

Powerful Set of Features

Despite the price tag of this model being much more affordable than many other high-end full frame DSLR cameras, it does not leave out any features that are important to taking and managing great photos. The camera features a 3.2-inch tilting Vari-angle LCD display, which lets you easily frame your shots from any angle, while being able to see them clearly and in high detail before they are even taken. The camera also has the ability to connect to a smartphone or tablet to let you use such a device as a remote monitor that can be useful for Live View shooting.

Other aspects of the camera's quality are also in abundance. The image sensor has an ISO range of 100 to 12,800, which gives you clear details in low lighting conditions, and is even expandable up to 51.200. The high range of ISO gives you full clarity with your images, with virtually no jaggies or visual distortions. This model even has Wi-Fi connectivity, giving you the ability to manage and edit your photos on the fly while connected to a smartphone or tablet, or even to email your photos immediately after taking them. The full feature set of this great full frame DSLR camera is sure to be a great tool for photographers of all levels and abilities.

Nikon D750 FX-format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) in the use

Additional Info

User Manual     Manufacturer


 

Canon EOS 6D Mark II

WiFi Camera

Almost every device or appliance that is released nowadays has Wi-Fi built-in, for some kind of connectivity. Televisions, stereos, mobile devices, and even many kitchen appliances have Internet connectivity, all provided for a variety of reasons. On many of these devices, having Wi-Fi is more of a gimmick than something that is truly useful, but one something like a camera, it can be an essential piece of the entire puzzle.

The Canon EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera is a great example of a device that benefits greatly from having Wi-Fi built in. Featuring a 26.2 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor, this SLR camera takes beautiful, high-quality photos in stunning detail, and with almost no loss of clarity. The optical viewfinder features a 45-point All Cross-type AF System, ensuring that your camera can autofocus on any object regardless of positioning. The performance of the camera is superb thanks to the built-in DIGIC 7 Image Processor that powers the camera. This powerful image processor utilizes the full resolution of the camera to capture and instantly process photos in real time, giving you stunningly beautiful and accurate photos that are sure to impress even the most skeptical photographer.

Review of Canon EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

Loaded With Features

The image quality of this camera is superb, but it also has a lot more to offer. The camera features an ISO of 100 to 40000, giving you pixel perfect image quality in almost any lighting conditions. Images captured by the camear are done at a resolution of 6240 x 4160, giving you a highly detailed high-quality image that is suitable for any purpose. Another great feature of the camera is the optical viewfinder that shows you exactly what the lens sees. Framing shots with this camera are as good as with any other higher priced model, and the low luminance of the viewfinder makes it easy to see in low light.

Having already mentioned the fact that this camera is Wi-Fi enabled, we would be remiss to not talk about how this camera benefits from this feature. The wireless connectivity gives you the ability to instantly upload photos and videos taken with the camera to compatible devices, letting you easily store the images on another device for easy editing. You even have direct connectivity with various web services, such as cloud storage. The built-in NFC3 technology lets you connect to a compatible device simply by touching the NFC icon on the camera. Along with the Bluetooth connectivity and built-in GPS, the connectivity of this device truly makes it an excellent tool for any kind of photographer.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) in the use

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Nikon D610

Affordable Quality

Most photographers know that high-quality cameras don't come cheap. Many of the best cameras on the market cost thousands of dollars, making them out of the reach of most hobbyists who simply can't invest that much money into a hobby. While professionals know that it's necessary to pay a lot of money for a camera, the average person has often been left with much lower quality models that don't cost quite as much. Of course, not all high-quality cameras have to be so expensive.

The Nikon D610 CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera is a fully-featured full-frame DSLR camera that is actually quite affordable. This high-quality entry level camera is packed with features, and contains the same quality that can be expected from much higher priced models. Featuring a 24.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor, this camera provides extremely clear, high-quality photos thanks to its high resolution. The 39-point AF system gives you autofocusing abilities for objects in almost any position, letting you focus on getting the best shot instead of constantly dealing with focusing the camera. This is aided by a 3.2-inch LCD viewfinder that has a high resolution, letting you see exactly what the lens sees without missing any details.

Review of Nikon D610 CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

Fully Featured

The low price of this camera does not mean that it is lacking any important features. On the contrary, it is actually feature-packed, giving any photographer the right tools for taking the best quality images. The camera features a 6 FPS burst mode that lets you take a burst of photos with just the click of a button, ensuring that any slight movement or small details are not left out. The ISO of this camera is also excellent, ranging from 100 to 6400, and expandable up to 50 to 25600. The camera also features Focus Lock, letting you lock in your focus instead of having the camera constantly change focus, allowing you to get the exact focus that you want on specific shots.

Just like with most other DSLR cameras, this model is fully capable of shooting high-quality HD video at frame rates ranging from 24 to 30 frames per second, and featuring MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression. The camera also lets you shoot 720p HD video at up to 60fps, giving you the ability to shoot broadcast quality video. You can even record sound with the built-in microphone, and monitor it by plugging in headphones. The camera also features wireless connectivity with a range of options for sharing video and images with other devices. Although this camera is very affordable, both a high-end photographer and a beginner will find much to love with this model.

Nikon D610 CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) in the use

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What Is a Full-frame DSLR Camera?

Within the last decade, digital cameras have taken over the photography industry to the point where film cameras are almost extinct. With the switch to digital, the demand for higher and higher quality in a camera's photos has also increased. DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras are now known as the highest quality cameras that money can buy. However, many of the models that are available utilize lenses that are "crop sensor", which means that the final resulting image is actually cropped from the full view of the lense.

A full-frame camera, however, is different. Instead of the final image being cropped from the lens's view, the full frame of the image seen by the lens is captured and put uncropped into the final resulting image. This gives images captured by these cameras a much fuller picture, including details and areas that crop sensor cameras do not capture. This also results in the final image having the same dimensions as the 35mm film format, ensuring that photos taken from these cameras are of the same dimensions of standard photo sizes for more than the last 100 years.

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What Features to Compare

One quick look through listings for full-frame DSLR cameras will show quite a few results. With a wide range of models available, this means that there is a great amount of choice. However, this also means that it can be much more difficult to find the exact model that will meet your needs in a DSLR camera. Many of the cameras have varying sets of features and functionality that will differ greatly, so finding the right model with the right mix of characteristics may result in a long search.

Some of the most common characteristics of full-frame DSLR cameras are the ones that photographers find the most important, so knowing which of these you need and which capabilities are necessary will greatly help in narrowing down your search. Below are some of the most common, and most important, characteristics.

Lens type  

Knowing the type of lens that your camera uses is of the utmost importance, as many photographers require certain types of lenses. If a camera is unable to use the lens type that you need, then you will need to find another model that does support it.

Effective pixels

The number of effective pixels shows how many pixels are being used to capture the image. This differs from the number of actual pixels, which shows the total number of pixels the camera uses. Knowing the effective pixels of a camera is much more important, as this will show just how detailed the actual resulting images will be.

ISO 

The ISO of a camera is a measurement of the sensitivity of the image sensor. Obviously, cameras with a higher ISO will have a higher sensitivity than those with a lower one. Those who want a camera with less sensitivity to light will want to find a model with the lowest ISO.

Photo resolution and format 

The photo resolution of the camera will show the total resolution of RAW image format photos, which means that you will see the exact resolution of your resulting images. The file formats supported by the camera are also important, as certain photographers need specific file formats to work with. Both of these characteristics are quite important to know before buying a camera.

Microphone 

Many DSLR cameras also contain the ability to record video, thus making the presence of a microphone necessary. Although most full-frame DSLR cameras will come with a microphone, it is best to check before buying a camera to make sure one is included.

Storage type

It is extremely important to know the type of storage that is supported by the camera, as the storage is where all of the photos and videos are saved. Knowing the supported storage of a specific camera will allow you to have the appropriate storage device ready for it when you finally purchase the camera.

Battery life 

Last but not least, the battery life of a camera is extremely important to know. This will tell you about how long you will be able to use the camera before needing to recharge it, which is important information to know prior to engaging in long and extended photo shoots.

Although there are many other characteristics that a serious photographer needs to know about the camera that they wish to buy, the above-listed characteristics are the most important, and knowing these will help you greatly in your search.

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The Best Features of DSLR Cameras

DSLR cameras have really revolutionized the photography business ever since they were first created, giving photographers an unprecedented level of detail as well as control over their photos that they never had before. Many of the features that have been included with recent cameras have now become a mainstay with photographers. If you are new to the exciting world of DSLR cameras, then here are some of the exciting features that are now commonplace with most high-end models.

Autofocus

The days of having to manually focus your lens are long gone. Most DSLR cameras include the ability to autofocus on any object that the camera is pointed at, no matter how far or close it is. The autofocus feature uses phase detection, which works by having the camera automatically calculate the distance to the object and then focus the lens accordingly. This prevents photographers from having to spend precious time focusing their own lenses before each shot, and more time on taking quality photographs.

Mode Dial

Another exciting new feature with most DSLR cameras is the ability to mode dial, which allows for quick and easy access to many of the functions and features of the camera, such as setting the priorities for the aperture and shutter, the various modes that are supported on the camera, and many other settings. This is especially helpful for beginning photographers who are not sure how to calibrate their cameras for the effects they want to achieve.

Dust Reduction

Many DSLR cameras include dust reduction systems that help keep the camera and lens free of unnecessary and harmful dust. The various dust reduction systems used can vary greatly, depending on the model of the camera, but they can range from automatically closing lens covers to vibration systems that shake out any dust that has accumulated in the lens.

Interchangeable Lenses

Being able to change the lens of a camera is nothing new, as this feature has been included on many high-end cameras for decades. However, more and more cameras that are affordable for hobbyists and professionals alike include this ability and many of the higher-end models may even include various lenses with the camera kit. Most popular camera manufacturers make additional lenses for their cameras, and many third-party lenses are available as well.

HD Video Recording

Anyone who wanted to take both high-quality photos and videos required multiple items of equipment, including both a camera and a camcorder. However, most DSLR cameras now include the ability to record HD quality video along with taking high-quality photos. This means that just one device can now be used in any situation, regardless of whether you are taking still photos or recording an event.

Live Preview

One of the best things about high-end digital cameras now is that most of them include an LCD screen that displays the image as seen through the viewfinder. In fact, this is a very specific upside of DSLR cameras, considering that the viewfinder and lens both view from the same mirror. This makes framing and following a shot much easier than ever before, without the need to put the camera up to your face just to take a photo. Photographers can now easily see what their shot will look like at a glance.

Many Other Features

There is no shortage of features that are included with most DSLR cameras, including depth-of-field control, wider angles, and many more. Whichever DSLR camera you decide to get, you should have a large number of special features at your fingertips.

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Publish Date: 2018-09-03 14:58:12