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Top 10 DSLRs Cameras of 2014

Nothing lasts forever, and thus humanity feels the need to immortalize the big moments. We capture time on rectangu...

Top 10 DSLRs Cameras of 2014

Nothing lasts forever, and thus humanity feels the need to immortalize the big moments. We capture time on rectangular pieces of paper to pass between friends and prove that, for at least a brief moment, we were actualized individuals, drinking deep of this temporal drought we call life.

But what kind of camera did you use? Let’s take a look at the DSLR cameras best suited to capturing your every fancy.

 

1. Canon EOS Rebel T3

Canon has the distinction of including 4 separate entries on our list, and the first is the most basic. Think of the T3 as the baseline for judging the remainder on the list. At that baseline you can expect excellent color reproduction, 720p video capturing, and 3fps continuous shooting mode.

 

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2. Canon EOS Rebel T3i

A spruced up version of the T3, the T3i offers the same standards with a bit more power. Specifically, it’s videography features are enhanced, with 1080p definition rather than the lower grade 720p of the T3. It also has an articulated LCD screen.

 

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3. CanonEOS 6D

Canon’s full frame response to Sony’s D600, the EOS 6D stacks up quite nicely. 20.4 megapixel delivery, standard WiFi and GPS, 1080p videography, and a 4.5 fps continuous shooting mode are its hallmarks. Very reasonably priced for a mid range DSLR.

 

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4. Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Now we’re into the good stuff. The Mark III sounds like a set of Iron man armour, and it is indeed fast and powerful enough to cover sports, pets, kids, and any other quick action events you decide to shoot. Clocking in at 22 megapixels and 6fps, the Mark III is a very versatile offering from Canon.

 

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5. PentaxK-500

Characterized by excellent ISO performance, shake reduction, and noise reduction the K-500 has the distinction of being the only camera in its price range with a pentaprism viewfinder. One of the best entry-level DSLRs that money can buy.

 

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6. Sony Alpha a77 II

Sony’s Alpha a7 II came as a surprise to enthusiasts, seeing as it’s the first A mount SLT in more than two years. But it’s proven to be a worthy addition, with a 12 frame per second burst mode, embedded Wi-Fi, and a brand new sensor.

 

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7. Sony Alpha SLT-A65

Unbelievable resolution and an ultra-fast continuous shooting mode make the Sony Alpha SLT-A65 a surefire success for almost any photographer’s needs. Amateurs and professionals alike will appreciate it’s 11 scene mode styles and 3 inch LCD screen. Perfect for entry level photogs.

 

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8. Nikon D800

One word: Megapixels. Technically a compound word, and fittingly, as you should prepare to compound your excitement. The Nikon D800 has 36 of these suckers. That’s superior image quality-- the best possible, really. It has the added bonus of being fairly durable too. More than qualified for professional use.

 

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9. Nikon D3200

The D3200 isn’t quite as high-powered as its less divisible brethren mentioned above, but it’s no slouch by any means. With an admirable 24 megapixels to its credit, the D3200 boasts a lot of power for the price tag, starting around $700.

 

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10. Nikon DF

The DF is an intentional throwback. An anti-compact with an aesthetic that exudes 70s nostalgia, this one isn’t altogether un-groovy. While its retro appeal excludes many features considered indispensable by today’s shooters (such as video or Wi-Fi), it still knocks it out of the park when it comes to its primary purpose: taking awesome stills.

 

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