Looking to buy your first camera? There’s a lot of choice out there. Do you go for a beginner camera from a brand with a rich photographic heritage, or a snapper from a company that may have also made your television and microwave? Should you opt for an entry-level DSLR or a mirrorless camera? And how much should you spend?So what’s the best entry-level camera right now? Everyone has different needs, and the best model for one person may not necessarily be right for another. Fortunately, it’s difficult to buy a genuinely ‘bad’ camera today, but it still pays to do a little research to make sure you stay as satisfied with your choice in a couple of years’ time as you are when you first start using it.

1.Canon Eos Rebel SL2 /EOS 200D +EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 STM lens

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The beginner camera canons entry-level Eos SL2 DSLR (Sold as the Eos 200D in Europe) has vari-angle Touchscreen  at its rear as its main shouting point. This let’s you frame up images and full HD videos from all kind of awkward positions (and even takes selfies without bother) . We also love the fact that you can start from a simple Guided user. When you r just cutting your photographic teeth and then switch to the standard setup when you feel more confident and want more option to on hand. On top of that, you get wifi and Nfc to keep you connected to smart devices without cables. You also get 5fps processing system in addition to Canon Dual pixel camos af system. These lens is acceptable is 30years.Making it one of the best beginner camera for Biggers out there right now.

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Rate: 62,899




Lens mount:Canon EF-S

Scren:3in vari-angle touch screen, 1,040,000

Max burst speed:5fps

Max video resolution:1080p (Full HD)

User level:Beginner

This photo is shout by this camera. I m surprised this pic is osm. This camera is very NYC and very low prise. I hope you are happy to see this beginner camera and shot.


2.NIKON D3500+AF-P DX18-55MM F/3.5-5.6VR

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If you’re worried about DSLRs being complicated, don’t be. Typical of Nikon’s D3xxx series of cameras, the latest Nikon D3500 has a brilliant ‘Guide’ shooting mode. This acts as a fully interactive tutorial on photography, delivered via the rear LCD screen. It explains how, when and why to use different camera settings for best effect, simply and efficiently.

The camera’s controls are similarly straightforward and easy to get to grips with. But, compared with some competing DSLRs, the Nikon D3500 is less able to grow with you as you learn new tricks and techniques. For example, there’s no Custom Settings menu for tailoring camera functions to your preferences, as featured on every other. The series of Nikon DSLRs, from the D5xxx cameras upwards. Autofocus for Live View and movie capture is also very sluggish. Overall though, image quality and performance are very good, and the 5fps burst rate is sporty for an entry-level DSLR of beginner camera.





Lens mount:Nikon  F(DX)

Screen:3inches,921,000 dots

Max brusts speed:5frp

Maximum video resolution:1080p(full HD)

User level:Beginner camera

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3.PENTAX K – 70+HD DA 18-50MMF/4-5.6DC WR RE

The Pentax camera Rugged build and great specs make the K-70 a great alternative to more mainstream models.

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Lens mount:pentax KAF2

Screen:3inches,921,000 dots

Max burst speed:6fps

Max video resolution:1080p(full HD)


The K-70 is a little pricier than some of the other options here, but it’s arguably the best value entry-level DSLR you can buy right now, as it features so much you just won’t find in any other DSLR at this price point. The standard pentamirror viewfinder you tend to find on every other similar DSLR, for example, is in fact a larger, brighter pentaprism on the K-70, while burst shooting is at 6fps and the maximum shutter speed very respectable at 1/6000sec.

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Beginner camera Perhaps more importantly, image stabilisation is built into the camera rather than the lens itself,  freezeproof body. It’s not the lightest model, and you won’t quite get the same swift video autofocus as you do with Canon’s EOS 200D, but if you want the best specs-to-price ratio at this level, the K-70 is a mighty fine choice.












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