Top 10 Professional Cameras (DSLR)

 

A digital single-lens reflex camera (digital SLR or DSLR) is a digital camera that uses a mechanical mirror system and pentaprism to direct light from the lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera.
Professional dSLR cameras are fundamental for serious photographers. From top-of-the-line resolution to fully customizable settings, professional dSLRs combine functions and performance to create professional quality photos with every shot.

10. Canon EOS 50D

Cannon EOS 50 Top 10 Professional Cameras (DSLR)

  • Resolution 14.6 MP
  • Continuous Shooting Speed 6.5 fps
  • Battery Life 620 shots
  • LCD Screen Size 3 in.
  • Warranty 1 year
  • Focal Length 18mm – 55 mm
  • Max Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
  • Memory CF.

9. Olympus E-30

Olympus E 30 Top 10 Professional Cameras (DSLR)

  • New 12MP LiveMOS sensor (E-3: 10.1 MP)
  • Brighter and larger LCD screen
  • E-30 has a mode dial
  • Art Filters, multiple exposures, aspect ratio options and lots of scene modes
  • No card door lock, no eyepiece shutter
  • Glass fiber reinforced plastic vs weatherproof magnesium alloy body shell
  • Slightly (8mm) shorter and around 115g lighter
  • Slightly smaller viewfinder with reduced frame coverage
  • AF fine tuning for up to 20 lenses (and per AF point!)
  • Built-in digital level guage
  • Contrast detect (Imager) AF with face detection
  • Slightly reduced raw buffer size (12 frames)
  • Adds vertical panning mode to stabilizer (IS3

8. Pentax K-7

Pentax K 7 Top 10 Professional Cameras (DSLR)

  • 14.6 MP
  • 720p/1536 x 1024 HD video recording
  • Smaller magnesium/steel alloy body
  • Revised viewfinder (less magnified but with greater coverage)
  • Updated sensor with four-channel readout
  • 3.0″ VGA (920,000 dot) LCD
  • New shutter mechanism with 1/8000th shutter speed
  • Faster continuous shooting (up to 5.2 fps)
  • 77 segment exposure metering sensor
  • Revised autofocus algorithms
  • AF illumination lamp
  • New dust removal system
  • HDMI output
  • New dedicated ISO button
  • Distortion and chromatic aberration correction for DA and DFA lenses (also available in RAW conversion using supplied software)
  • Adjustable dynamic range highlight and shadow correction
  • Three-shot in-camera HDR capture
  • Electronic level indicator
  • Composition adjustment (Uses the SR system to reposition the sensor to fine-tune composition)

7. Olympus E-3

olympus e 3 550x412 Top 10 Professional Cameras (DSLR)

  • New sensor (10MP Live MOS vs 5MP CCD) and latest TruPic III processor
  • Live view
  • Sensor-shift image stabilization
  • All-new autofocus system (11-point AF, claimed to be world’s fastest with certain zoom lenses)
  • Faster continuous shooting, bigger buffer
  • Higher top shutter speed (1/8000 sec) and higher flash sync speed (1/250 sec)
  • Improved viewfinder (bigger, brighter)
  • Bigger, higher resolution vari angle screen
  • Masses more customization options
 

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