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List of Best DSLR Cameras To Use For HDR Photography

1. Nikon D850

2. Nikon D780

3. Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

4. Pentax K-1 Mark II

5. Canon EOS Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D

6. Canon EOS 90D

7. Nikon D7500

8. Nikon D3500

9. Canon EOS 6D Mark II

10. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

11. Pentax K-70

12. Sony a7R III

13. Canon EOS C70

14.Canon EOS 1500D 

The Best DSLR Cameras in 2023

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So here we’ve rounded up what we think are the best DSLR cameras right now. We start off with affordable and easy-to-use beginner cameras and work up to fully-fledged professional models that still have what it takes to satisfy many pro photographers.

1. Nikon D850

The Nikon D850 is one of our all-time favorites, with solid build, great controls, resolution and speed

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 45.7MP

Lens mount: Nikon FX

Screen: 3.2in tilting touchscreen, 2,359,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 7fps

Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Enthusiast/professional

We found the Nikon D850 an expensive camera (though prices are falling), but with capabilities that put it in a class of its own. APS-C format DSLRs like those earlier in our list offer a decent compromise between features, quality, and price, but professionals will demand a step up in image quality, and that means a full-frame DSLR.

Its 45.7MP resolution is spectacular, it has a 153-point autofocus system, and can capture images at 7 frames per second – or 9fps with the optional MB-D18 battery grip. Amazing video features also make it one of the best 4K camera(opens in new tab) choices around – though the newer Nikon D780(opens in new tab) would be a better and cheaper choice for videographers. 

We know the Nikon D850 doesn’t have the new Nikon D780’s hybrid on-sensor autofocus technology, so its live view autofocus speeds are relatively pedestrian, but we don’t find that much of a handicap for measured professional photographic shoots, and it scarcely puts a dent in the D850’s all-round appeal as arguably the best DSLR of all time for professional photographers. It looked spectacular when it first came out in 2017, and it looks just as good today… but cheaper!

2. Nikon D780

We’re impressed by the D780, which combines DSLR handling with mirrorless tech

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 24.4MP

Lens mount: Nikon FX

Screen: 3.2in tilting screen, 2,359k dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 7/12fps

Max video resolution: 4K UHD

User level: Enthusiast/professional

However, the D780 doesn’t just have advanced live view AF – it also comes with a high-resolution tilting touchscreen display, 4K UHD video, dual UHS-II compatible memory card slots and continuous shooting speeds up to 12fps in live view mode. Combine that with its solid design and comfortable grip and you’ve got a camera that’s an instant classic. We found that the D780, like other Nikon DSLRs, combines a well thought-out design with a solid build and very satisfying handling.

The long-awaited upgrade to the much-loved Nikon D750 certainly didn’t disappoint us. The Nikon D780 includes the same on-sensor phase detection autofocus as the Nikon Z6 to give the same mirrorless live view performance – a great advantage for stills photography and especially for video. Admittedly, Nikon was a bit slow off the mark as Canon has used its own Dual Pixel CMOS AF in its DSLRs to do the same thing for years.

3. Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

Hybrid DSLR for professionals, and the most advanced DLSR ever by Canon

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 20.1MP

Lens mount: Canon EF-mount

Screen: 3.2-inch fixed touchscreen, 2.1million dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: Optical viewfinder 16fps mechanical shutter / Live View 20fps mechanical or electronic shutter

Max video resolution: 4K RAW, 4K DCI, 4K UHD, 4K DCI Cropped at 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94fps / 1080p at (23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94, 120fps

User level: professional

Offering the best of both worlds, with the sheer speed of an optical DSLR with the advanced accuracy of mirrorless, it’s a true hybrid system that molds to the needs of individual professionals and individual shooting scenarios. Moreover, it marked a genuine turning point for Canon in terms of video, at long last delivering the uncropped 4K video that has for so long eluded the manufacturer. 

With the Canon EOS1-D X Mark III, the typically cautious company has released a camera packed with bleeding-edge tech, including deep learning AF, an optical Smart Controller, HEIF and HDR PQ support, CFexpress, 12-bit internal 4K RAW, head tracking and so much more. Canon has combined the advantages of DSLR and mirrorless to produce a hybrid body that can shoot according to what the situation demands. 

4. Pentax K-1 Mark II

The Pentax K-1 Mark II is so good, we think Pentax is wasting its effort on its APS-C cameras

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 36MP

Lens mount: Pentax K

Screen: 3in three-way-tilt, 1,037k dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 4.4/6.4fps

Max video resolution: 1080p (Full HD)

User level: Enthusiast/professional

Better still, the 5-axis stabilizer can work in trick modes to deliver anti-aliasing correction, an increase in fine detail and texture based on Pixel Shift through multiple exposures, and even an Astrotracer mode to avoid stars appearing to streak through the sky. With a 36MP full-frame image sensor, the K-1 Mark II certainly gives you a lot of megapixels for the money, though we think the 33-point autofocus system feels dated, and Live View autofocus is definitely pretty poor. For DSLR fans who want a big, solid, premium-quality, and traditional camera feel, though, we think this camera still has strong appeal.

Pentax seems to soldier along in its own little bubble, seemingly unaffected by outside events, so we found the Pentax K-1 Mark II typically solid but unadventurous in its specifications when we reviewed it. It does have a tough, weather-sealed construction, and a highly effective sensor-shift image stabilization system that works with any attached lens, unlike competing Canon and Nikon DSLRs, which do not have in-body stabilization.

5. Canon EOS Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D

This is the best Canon DSLR for beginners

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 24.2MP

Lens mount: Canon EF-S

Screen: 3in vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots

Max burst speed: 5fps

Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Beginner

You don’t have to pay that much extra to have features such as a vari-angle touchscreen, a 24.3-megapixel sensor with Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology which makes the autofocus in live mode really fast – just like a mirrorless camera’s – and guided screen options to help you learn. It’s also capable of 4K video so if you think you might want to have a go at filmmaking, this may be better for you than the Nikon D3500. Having used Canon’s cheapest DSLRs (sorry, Canon), we think the EOS Rebel SL3/250D is definitely worth the extra.

There are a few Canon cameras that are cheaper than the Canon EOS Rebel SL3 (known as the 250D in Europe) but they lack its features and build quality.

6. Canon EOS 90D

The EOS 90D is a state of the art enthusiast DSLR. It’s not cheap, but we think you get what you pay for

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 32.5MP

Lens mount: Canon EF-S

Screen: 3in vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 10fps

Max video resolution: 4K UHD

User level: Enthusiast

It all depends on the lenses, and the 18-135mm kit lens supplied for us to use is not one of Canon’s best. Instead, revel in this camera’s 10fps continuous shooting capability and its uncropped 4K video capture – a consumer-level Canon that (finally) doesn’t reduce the angle of view for 4K video. The extra megapixels do dent the EOS 90D’s high ISO/low light performance, but this camera has so many capabilities and so much potential, we think it’s a dazzlingly good all-rounder for enthusiasts who want to try every facet of photography. What’s more, with its flip-out screen and Dual Pixel CMOS AF, it’s just like using a mirrorless camera in live view mode.

We spent some time testing the Canon EOS 90D and we are convinced this is the best Canon camera (opens in new tab) for enthusiasts. It arrived with groundbreaking specs that no other camera in this category can match, and packs in an amazing 32.5 million pixels – the highest yet for an APS-C camera – though you shouldn’t expect to see any obvious and instant benefit in image quality.

7. Nikon D7500

This enthusiast DSLR from Nikon lacks the EOS 90D’s specs, but it’s cheaper and handles brilliantly

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 20.9MP

Lens mount: Nikon DX

Screen: 3.2in tilting touchscreen, 922,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 8fps

Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Enthusiast

It has a tilting rear screen rather than the fully-articulated design on the EOS 90D and relies on slower contrast AF in live view mode, but if you do most of your shooting through the viewfinder these will be small points. Nikon fans who like sports photography might also want to take a look at the Nikon D500(opens in new tab), but this is a much more expensive camera and it’s growing harder to find. DSLR fans should know that there are still great DSLRs around, and our time with the D7500 has convinced us that this is one of them.

Despite being released four years ago we still think the Nikon D7500 deserves recognition as one of the best DSLRs for enthusiasts, even now. It’s a decent all-rounder and Nikon’s equivalent to the Canon EOS 90D. It offers a slightly faster continuous burst shooting speed at 8fps though lacks the resolution of the 90D. The 51-point autofocus system is reliable and it has the ability to record 4K video.

8. Nikon D3500

The Nikon D3500 and its predecessors are the classic ‘beginner DSLR’, and we think it can’t be beaten for this

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 24.2MP

Lens mount: Nikon F (DX)

Screen: 3in, 921,000 dots

Max burst speed: 5fps

Max video resolution: 1080p (Full HD)

User level: Beginner

The D3500 has a 24-megapixel sensor that’s able to deliver super sharp images even with the 18-55mm kit lens which is also pretty good. Although the rear screen is fixed and it can only shoot up to Full HD and not 4K, the fact it’s easy to use, cheap, small, and light will make it appeal to a beginner. While it may not have all the features of a mirrorless camera, we can’t help but think all the thrills and frills are sometimes a bit much if you’re just starting out, and at this price, nothing is quite as good. 

The Nikon D3500 was launched in 2018 and even today, it’s a popular camera among newbie photographers. We love it so much we rate it as one of the best Nikon cameras(opens in new tab) and one of the best cameras for beginners(opens in new tab). That’s because it features a handy ‘Guide’ shooting mode which acts as a tutorial and teaches the user how to use the camera via the LCD screen.

9. Canon EOS 6D Mark II

If you want an affordable, effective and likeable full frame DSLR, stop right here!

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 26.2MP

Lens mount: Canon EF

Screen: 3.2in vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 6.5fps

Max video resolution: 1080p (Full HD)

User level: Enthusiast

Most important of all, we think it’s versatile, extremely well-designed, and straightforward to use. The 26-megapixel sensor is good rather than great, but it does have Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, so the live view autofocus is very fast and effective. The 45-point viewfinder AF system is pretty good too, although the focus points are all clustered toward the center of the screen. The EOS 6D Mark II can capture images at 6.5fps in burst mode and has an extremely useful vari-angle touchscreen display. It has been upstaged somewhat by the newer Canon EOS RP and Canon’s other mirrorless models, but it’s a solid buy that’s cheaper than the Nikon D780.

The Canon EOS 6D Mark II has been out for a while now, and while its specifications are hardly cutting edge, this is still a powerful and versatile DSLR for photographers taking their first steps in full-frame photography.

10. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

We can’t believe the 5D Mark IV is still going, but actually its specs aren’t bad even now, and it handles like a dream

SPECIFICATIONS

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 30.4MP

Lens mount: Canon EF

Screen: 3.2in touchscreen, 1,620,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 7fps

Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Enthusiast/professional

The EOS 5D Mark IV features Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF which means users benefit from fast autofocus performance in live view and video modes. It’s robust, reliable, and weather-resistant which is a major plus for pro photographers. Sadly, Canon has shifted almost all its attention to its new EOS R range of mirrorless cameras so we don’t know when – or even if – we will ever see a successor to the EOS 5D IV.

the Canon EOS 5D IV is still a popular camera among professional photographers. We like it too, though we have to admit that it’s showing its age both for resolution and its cropped 4K video. Compared to the Nikon D850, its resolution might seem pretty average, but for lots of photographers 30 megapixels is more than enough and you can shoot 4K video with this camera too, but the format used means the files it outputs are good but massive.

11. Canon EOS 1500D 

Canon EOS 1500D 24.1 Digital SLR Camera (Black) with EF S18-55 is II Lens

Spceifications:

BrandCanon
Model NameEOS 1500D
Form FactorHand held
Effective Still Resolution24.10
Special FeatureBuilt-in Monaural Microphone, Sound-Recording Level Adjustable, Wind Filter Provided
Optical Zoom3 x
ColourBlack
Connector TypeWiFi
Screen Size3 Inches
Photo Sensor SizeAPS-C fps
  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor with 24.1 MP (high resolution for large prints and image cropping). Transmission frequency (central frequency):Frequency: 2 412 to 2 462MHz. Standard diopter :-2.5 – +0.5m-1 (dpt)
  • ISO: 100-6400 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: DIGIC 4+ with 9 autofocus points (important for speed and accuracy of autofocus and burst photography)
  • Video Resolution: Full HD video with fully manual control and selectable frame rates (great for precision and high-quality video work)
  • Connectivity: WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth built-in (useful for remotely controlling your camera and transferring pictures wirelessly as you shoot)
  • Lens Mount: EF-S mount compatible with all EF and EF-S lenses (crop-sensor mount versatile and compact, especially when used with EF-S lenses)

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