First of all and very important, a camera that you need is definitely a camera which feels good within your own hands rather than some people’s thoughts or opinions of how a camera could feel to them.
It’s really important especially when you are recording videos on sports or attempted to shoot any difficult objects in a second.
Tips to choose your “best dSLR camera”
Seriously I really recommend you to do these things first.
1. Visit a local cameras shops nearby. Take a look around, and find out how do they feel on your hand? what kind of features do they have? For now, I would leave the camera’s price since you are only trying out to find out what kind of features are offered out there.
2. After you are aware of what is really offered or available, you can them create a little summary of what exactly cameras features you personally will need. For example, will you really need a special feature? or will you only use a full manual one? is it good for you to have one?
Get rid of any temptations to focus on many functions which are “just” great having or “if I ever need them”, try to only focus on the features that you are going to really use.
3. Once you got all those details, then you can move to the price. What will happen most, is are you really able to eliminate a few features which you will not need anyway for a cheaper device? By doing this, you will definitely get a camera which has the functionality and features you are going to actually NEED rather than some people say which camera you need to purchase.
Unfortunately, most of people set the price first to begin with, and they don’t even have any idea which features of a camera they really need. In my opinion, price really should be the final factor, just after you know what kind of features a camera should have for you to be able to achieve the photography kind you actually want.
There is really nothing of wasting money than purchasing a camera which you finally never use it.
Best dSLR Camera under 1000
In terms of price, most new entry level dSLR cameras are fairly expensive in comparison with other compact cameras. There will be no solid deals, almost all of them are more than $600 or even more. Whenever you realize how pricey a dSLR will get, that is when $600 sounds like a deal, however don’t try to compare it with a camera that costs around $100. I would suggest looking at Canon T3i or Nikon D5100 (personally, I’d choose Nikon D5100).
There is no best dSLR camera which can guarantee you an excellent result, but if you don’t have a feature can mean you can’t have that option when you need to take the picture.
People who needs a camera to be great enough to share images with their family and friends or those who don’t have photography as hobby or career, simple to use and affordable price is what they want. A dSLR is definitely not for everybody.