Top 5 Best DSLRs under Rs 50K
Fotoplane Writer

If you want to buy a DSLR but your budget is 50k then we share you the top 5 best DLSRs. These DSLRs generally have APS-C CMOS sensor and its better than the point and shoot camera. It is a list of DSLRs having different positive points and you can choose any of these according to your priority.
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We can say that Nikon D5600 is the upgraded version of Nikon D5500.
It is a DX-format with a 24MP CMOS sensor with EXPEED 4 processor which allows producing a more detailed image.
A fully articulating 3.2” touchscreen LCD but with only 1080p video.
ISO ranges from 100-25600 with 5fps burst shooting. It has 39 AF points in which 39 or 11 AF points can be selected.
Live view AF is not as good as of rivals.
Wifi connectivity with Bluetooth for a constant connection and an NFC is there for quick pairing with an Android device.
Its Snapbridge needs to get some work.


It is the world’s lightest APS-C CMOS DSLR. And the appropriate choice for the one who wants to start photography and looking for a DSLR.
Unlike 18MP in EOS 100D, it offers 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor with the latest DIGIC 7 processor which is quite impressive in this range.
It has fast AF in live view but only has basic 9 AF points. ISO ranges from 100-25600.
It records in Full HD quality up to 60 fps and more frames are also available.
The precise and sensitive touchscreen makes it easier for the user to use and handle the settings of the camera.
Battery plays a vital role if you want to compare DSLRs with mirrorless rivals and in that context, we can trust this device as it will give you 650 frames for a single charge and it drops when you click in live view.


It works on 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor with the new EXPEED 4 processing engine.
It comes with a 3.2” vari-angle screen which provides 1,037,000 dots. Its ISO ranges from 100-12800 which is expandable to 25600.
In previous versions of this series DSLRs they have 14 effects but in this, there are 2 additional effects which make it a good 16 total no. of effects.
The contrast detecting system is accurate in decent light but its performance decreases when we compare it with the other system present right now in the market.
It gives a good 600 frames in a single charge and also gives 5fps continuous shooting.


It is a 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor with DIGIC 6 image processor.
It comes with the latest Canon’s Hybrid CMOS AF III system which makes it AF more precise and 4x faster than the previous version.
It has pentamirror design rather than pentaprism which comes in most of the EOS camera.
ISO sensitivity ranges from 100-12800.
It has 19 points AF and all area cross-type AF points as when you open it in live view you would notice that it focuses fast and more precise.
It has the same 5fps burst shooting but its burst depth has been improved to 95 jpeg files and 8 RAW files.
And with the vari-angle screen, you can easily click pictures.


It is 24MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor with the Sony’s BIONZ X image processor.
It features Sony’s 4D FOCUS system which claims to be an extraordinary performance in AF with a variety of lens.
A 79 AF point with 15 cross-type sensors. It can continuously track focus at 8 fps in tele-zoom.
ISO sensitivity ranges from 100-25600.
It doesn’t have any Wifi or Gps connectivity.
It captures full HD movie at 60 fps and can also change the format into XAVC S format.
Its working depends on the type of lens which we will use.