With the great number of DSLRs being released over the last year or two, Gizmag’s DSLR comparison guide is a great tool for novice and veteran shooters alike to get an idea what each camera brings to the table.
Gizmag’s list compares the Canon EOS Rebel T5 / 1200D, Nikon D3300, Nikon D5300, Pentax K-S1, Nikon D7100, Pentax K3, Canon 70D, Sony A77 II, and Canon 7D M2 on the following criteria:
- Sensor Size
- Megapixel Count
- Lens Mount
- Kit Lens
- Burst Rate
- Video Recording
- Image Stabilization
- File TypesStorage Media
- Wireless Capabilities
- Battery Life
Due to the large number and diversity of DSLRs these days, Gizmag has omitted several models, such as an “entry level Sony camera” and full frame DSLRs. These will be included in a separate list at a later date. More from Gizmag:
So you’re thinking about getting a new DSLR. Maybe it’ll be your first interchangeable lens camera, or you might have been using one for years, but want to scratch the upgrade itch. Either way, we should have you covered with Gizmag’s 2014 comparison of the specifications and features of some of the best DSLRs on the market from entry-level to enthusiast models.
In this guide we’ll be looking at a range of cameras, some are intended as your first DSLR, while others are designed for demanding experienced photographers who know exactly what they want out of camera. They’re not all aimed at the same audience, but instead represent what we’ve deemed to be some of the best DSLRs available for different levels of user.
Be sure to see the full, extensive list at www.Gizmag.com