If you think of Rs 30,000 to buy a DSLR camera, surely what comes to mind is that you have a big budget to play with. While this might be true and there is a countable range of cameras to choose from, it is important to know what you are looking for and not just settle for any camera that seems impressive. At a budget that big for a device that small, there might be sales reps waiting to sell you a ‘good quality camera’ and they might even through in some accessories to make the deal seem really good. In reality, though, it’s not and this is yet another way that digital brands make their money. Oh, and if it sounds extra good, that’s cause it doesn’t sell. If ever those accessories tend to become more, or more valued, drop the offer. You are looking for a good-quality camera, not a cheap one with a set of good-looking accessories. Let’s get into Top DSLR cameras under 30000 Rupees in India.
The battle between the Nikon and Canon
Ah… Two brands that are well-known, have years of reputable experience in the market and knows just what it wants when it comes to their speciality, DSLR cameras. Listed as the top four DSLR cameras in India, amongst these two brands, within a delectable budget range, are the following.
Top DSLR cameras under 30000 Rupees in India
Top Best DSLR cameras under 30000 Rupees in India.
With a 24.2 MP APS-C CMOS sensor of 22.5 x 14.7 mm, an Expeed 4 image stabilizer, a display screen of 3.0 at 921 000 dpi, a battery life of 1200 shots and a shutter speed of 1/4000… Need we say more about the Nikon D3400? It is considered one of the brands best DSLR cameras to date and includes more specs and features than ever before. It also includes a maximum resolution of 1080p/60fps and a wide range of image ports, as per your convenience.
Other Best DSLR cameras under 30000 Rupees in India.
Nikon D3300 + 18-55mm Lens
It’s hard to compete with your own brand, isn’t it? While Nikon takes the first two spots for the best-sellers in India with the D3400 just being a slight upgrade from the 3300, you guessed it. A little lest cost against a slight downgrade. Other than the lens size remaining the same, one of the only big differences Nikon made is its battery upgrade, With the 3300 only being able to take 700 shots against the 3400’s 1200 shots.
Canon 1300D + 18-55mm Lens
As one of Nikon’s biggest competitors, Canon is the runner-up with each new edition. It has an 18 MP sensor, a 1/4000 shutter speed, 9 focus points, 1080p/30fps maximum video resolution, multiple image formats, a battery capacity of 700 shots, a range of ports and a display size of 3-inch with 460K-dots. A worthy runner-to the Nikon 3300, but a little less on the competitive side when it comes to the 3400.
Canon 1200D with 18-55mm Kit Lens
Again, the downgrade from its own brand, the Canon 1200 also has the same sized lens as the 1300D. It is also an 18 MP sensor camera, has a shutter speed of 1/4000, multiple image formats, multiple ports, 9 focus points and a display of 3-inch with 460K dots. What’s different in comparison to the 1300D? On a bit of a sarcastic note, 5 grams in weight!