Best DSLR Cameras

39 listings
Nikon D7000
4.5 from 23 reviews

Latest review: I am a Professional Photographer. I have been using my Nikon D7000 for four years now. It is a really great camera. It has many features like the high end Nikon's do, but at a much lower price tag.

Canon 70D
4.5 from 13 reviews

Latest review: Nice all round DSLR Touch screen WIFI and all the rest great for taking pics with also you can color grade on the fly great for taking pics of nature colors and details are

Nikon D3400
4.4 from 14 reviews

Latest review: Love the size of the camera and the quality of the pictures. It is not heavy and easy to carry around especially while travelling. We have the option to download to download SnapBridge to your

Canon EOS 6D

Canon EOS 6D

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4.3 from 14 reviews

Latest review: Great camera for video. I use it as my main camera. Maybe not the best for photography? Only con is doesn't have 4K. But i'm not using 4K anyway. Great value for

Nikon D3200
4.3 from 13 reviews

Latest review: I've had my nikon d3200 since back in june 2015 and i can say for the $500AUD i spent on it back then, it has certainly lived up to expectations, i was pretty strapped for cash back with i got the

Canon EOS 5D Mark III
5.0 from 8 reviews

Latest review: I've had 3 × 5D mkiii's since they came out - as a working pro they have been great cameras - highly recommend these units. I've used in all weather conditions and they've never let me down. They are

Nikon D750
5.0 from 5 reviews

Latest review: I've had a bunch of Nikon cameras over the years, currently the D4s, D810, D750 and the D3400 or maybe it's the D3300. Whatever. Recently I've had the DF, D800 and D3. This is far and away the

Nikon D500
5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: I have been using D500 for almost a year now. Majority of my photography is wildlife and birds. I could not afford Nikon D5 hence had to go for D500. I am not disappointed. It is fast, auto focus is

Nikon D810
5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The Nikon D810 is now nearly two years old, and yet its core technologies still challenge many cameras today, and Raw image quality is unmatched. We still haven't seen another full-frame camera

Nikon D7500
5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I went from a Nikon D90 to a Nikon D5500 a year ago. While that camera has great image quality, is light and has a great LCD, I was never really happy with the controls. I decided to add a Nikon

Canon EOS 80D
5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Canon has a lot of cameras. The cheaper ones are good but lack the extras, the pro versions are awesome but cost a mint. The 80D is a mid point that has the functions you need, awesome image quality,

Canon 5D EOS Mark IV
5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Call me old fashioned liking a DSLR when everyone is going mirror-less but, I have my reasons for that mainly to do with the viewfinder. I have owned every 5D and I have to say that the Mk4 has the

Canon EOS 90D
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Replacement for my Canon 50D, lenses are compatible and features are excellent. The camera is easy to operate and manual mode gives a great result. Response is fast enough to capture rapid movements

Canon EOS 800D
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: The Canon 800D is an excellent camera. Its light and durable and feels like quality. Battery life has been great and photo quality has been superb. Becuase of the reasonable price of the 800D,

Nikon D610
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Still learning photography and it is satisfying to get a good lens (nikon) with a good full frame camera nikon d610. Nearly has all the bells and whistles as its older brothers (sisters). 2nd nikon

Canon EOS 100D
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Purchased camera prior to my Europe trip and did it last minute, it was time sensitive the delivery. It made it here on time and support was extremely helpful in assisting the process. Camera

Canon EOS 7DIIB2
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: It has 7 different point selection modes ,giving you control over size and pin point area. You can take control of focus points to concentrate focus on a specific part of the image with this

Pentax K1
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: As a now 8 year Pentax DSLR user, I came from one of the big brands due to low light performance, dynamic range work. The K1 is Pentax's first ever full frame entry (even though they have the

Canon EOS 7D Mark II
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: This is my second DSLR (my first one was the Canon 100D), and even though it took me a while to adjust to learn everything, I find that it's a very reliable camera. The battery life is good, it takes

Nikon DF
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Solidly built (looks good). Can stick pretty much any Nikon lens on it from back to 60s. Camera only, no video feature. Low light performance is as good as the top model (takes awesome night sky

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