Best DSLR/Mirrorless cameras under 50K.

This range of camera's often considered as the entry level cameras you won't be getting much of the features which high end cameras are offering.

1. Canon EOS 1500D

The EOS 1500D is one of two entry-level DLSR cameras announced by Canon on 26 February to replace the EOS 1300D. Designed for novice users who want better image quality than their smartphones can provide, the EOS 1500D and its cheaper, lower-featured sibling, the EOS 3000D come with Wi-Fi, Full HD 1080p video up to 30 fps and continuous shooting at up to three frames/second. Both models include 9-point autofocusing and Canon’s Scene Intelligent Auto mode for simple point-and-shoot photography.


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2. Panasonic LUMIX G7


The Panasonic Lumix G7 comes with a 16-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor that supports a maximum sensitivity of ISO 25600. The camera is powered by a Venus Engine that has a quad-core CPU and is touted to deliver high-speed signal processing resulting in 8fps (AFS)/ 6fps (AFC). This camera is a budget friendly mirrorless camera ideal for first time users.


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3. Fujifilm X-A7


The Fujifilm X-A7 is an entry-level APS-C camera with a 24-megapixel sensor, a fully-articulating 2.76M dot 3.5” touchscreen, a hybrid autofocus system with nearly 100 percent coverage, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity inside a lightweight and compact body that comes in a variety of colors. It replaces the X-A5 and although the camera bodies may look very similar, the X-A7 features some substantial upgrades on the inside and out.


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4. Sony Alpha ILCE 6000L

Old as it is, the Sony A6000 shows that many of the most important things we look for in a camera haven’t changed. Its 24-megapixel sensor is as competitive today as it was when this camera was launched. Its 11fps burst mode is rarely bettered, even now, and while Sony has steadily improved the AF system in its A6000 cameras, the A6000 is already very good – perhaps as good as most of us need. You don’t get 4K video, the design and displays are now looking a bit dated, and the high ISO image quality isn’t quite up there with the best of its rivals today, but otherwise this is still a great, great camera.


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5. Canon EOS 200D II


Canon’s EOS 200D Mark II is also known as the Rebel SL3, EOS 250D or Kiss X10, depending on where in the world you live. The smallest and lightest Canon DSLR so far, it is targeted at entry-level users who want a more capable camera than their smartphone. Physically, the Mark II model is almost identical to the original EOS 200D, having the same sized body but being a couple of grams lighter.


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