Using the native skills is not enough for a wedding photo shoot. You need to have the experience to capture those magical moments when there is intimate action. Also, you need a great camera and a good selection of lenses. This will help you get all that you need to preserve the moments for posterity. That said, here is a look at the best DSLR cameras on the market now.
The first among the Nikon cameras to use the autofocus, the Nikon D5 has 153 autofocus points. Of these, 99 are cross-type sensors. It is best in the class in shooting speed and handles like a dream. It is ideal for capturing those spectacular moments when you need to come into focus fast or miss all. And, don’t worry if you do not have enough light. The Nikon D5 will get pictures of the couple, no matter which corner they are in. It is well suited for wedding photos with a long-range lens 650-1300 mm super-telephoto zoom lens. It has a price of $10,567 and the lens comes for $437.
Canon EOS 1DX II
A wonderful camera with innovative features, the Canon EOS 1DX II has a 20.2 MP full-frame sensor. It has AE/AF tracking modes that give you continuous shooting speeds up to 14 fps. You can shoot movies at 60p/50p. The shutter durability is 400,000 cycles. It has 6+ image processors. All this adds up to the unbelievable wedding picture caught at extraordinary moments by the Canon EOS 1DX II. You get ISO setting of 409,600 for unbelievable clarity in your pictures. The price is $7470.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
One of the best wedding pictures ever is the long shot taken of the couple with a bouquet effect. For this, you need a good camera and a long-range lens. A good prime lens is the Canon EF 135mm F/2L USM Prime Lens for Canon SLR Camera costing $1100 with the closest focusing distance of 3 feet. The camera cost $5000 and is worth it. The sensor is full frame dual pixel CMOS 30.4 MP size. It comes with Wi-Fi and GPS so you will not have any trouble uploading the pictures to the internet. It has DIGIC 6+ Image Processor.
The successor to the D800 and the D800E models, the Nikon D810 has all the good features of the two previous cameras. The sensor is 36.3 MP full frame type. It has an expanded ISO range 64 -12,800. The processor is EXPEED 4 and it has 12-bits RAW file support. Shutter durability is 200,000 cycles. The speed is 1/8000 at 30 seconds exposure. This is great for wedding photography because the high shutter speed will match the ISO setting for low light. The price is $3291.
This is a 21 MP crop sensor DSLR camera. It can shoot at 10 fps. The autofocus system has 153 points where you can select 55. You have quite an array of autofocus modes that make it a great camera for group or individual photography. Choose from Single, Dynamic, 3D tracking, Auto-area, and Group-area options and you see what you have. The price for this camera is $319.
Get to the wedding hall before and check the lighting. Also, set up your own light stands in some of the strategic spots.