Top 5 technologically advanced DSLR cameras

With photography, so many things can go wrong. Beginning with the light and the direction we choose the shadow and the choice of lenses, most of the things have an equal chance of going wrong. But, when we choose a technically superior camera, we just cannot go wrong. We have so many common features among the top 5 cameras but each of them has something unique also.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5D IV

This is a full-frame DSLR with 864 mm2 and 30.4 MP sensor sizes. It has many interesting features such as the 4k video, but it is expensive. Megapixel-wise, Nikon D810 and Canon 5DS R have more than this camera but the Canon 5D Mark IV has faster shooting and superior autofocus. The LCD screen has a higher resolution with touchscreen function functionality. This camera is ideal for portrait and landscape photography.

For those who cannot pay the full price and buy the camera the way forward is to rent the camera. You can go to a premier camera and lenses rental site such as QwikGear and hire out the things you want. You have the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV there on hire for 2200 INR per day. Most of the photography remains done for one or two days. Also, when you hire for more than 8 days the rate goes down to 700 INR. They have lights, battery packs, lenses, stands, and more. So, you need not carry anything if you are on a trip to Bangalore (headquarters of QwikGear), you can hire everything you need.

Canon EOS 5DS R

Canon EOS 5DS R

This again is a full frame DSLR camera with 864 mm2 and 50.6 MP sensor sizes. This camera has the highest resolution among all in the market in 2017 but the video features are not so tempting. This is a close second-place to the top Canon camera and is the choice for landscape photographers. It beats the competition by tens of megapixels – 20.2 megapixels more than Canon 5d Mark IV and 14.5 megapixels more than Nikon D810. This makes it the premier DSLR in the market. This camera is not meant for video shooting and has no HDMI output or headphone sockets.

Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500

The Nikon D7500 DSLR camera has 419 mm2 and 20.9 MP sensors. It has 51 point autofocus 15 cross-type with continuous video shooting speed of 8 fps. You don’t have to be an expert to handle this camera, and you can shoot 4k movies with it. The downside is that it has only one SD card slot and the live view focusing is slow. The screen type of the touch screen has 922,000 dots and is the tilt-angle type. Cheaper than the D500, the AF system is one of the best there is.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EOS 7D Mark II

One of the high-end cameras with a mid-range price, the Canon EOS 7D Mark II has 65 point autofocus which is why it is so fast. The sensor is APS-C CMOS (419 mm2) 20.2 MP and the focus has 65 cross-type points. It has an amazing shooting speed of 10 fps and the shooting of the movies is 1080p; in all, it is a powerful video camera.

Nikon D500 


One of the best cameras for the action photographer, the Nikon D500 has an APS-C CMOS sensor with 20.9MP. You can shoot 4k movies and continuous shooting speed is 10 fps. The outstanding feature is the 153-point, 99-cross-type AF system.

Whichever camera you choose, you will have an unforgettable experience. Yet, spend some time going over the good and bad points of each model before you choose one.

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