If you are looking for a new digital SLR, more commonly referred to as a DSLR, you will know that there are many different options to choose from. Depending on your budget or what sort of photographs you want to take, there will be options that are better than others.
There is an extensive range of DSLR cameras to choose from but these are the best DSLR cameras of 2015 so far.
Canon EOS 750D
Priced at just under £500 for the body, the EOS 750D is a camera that is aimed at people upgrading from compact cameras and their smartphone who are looking for a greater degree of flexibility and control. This is an excellent choice for people taking their first steps into the world of DSLR photography.
The layout is simple, the controls are intuitive and the autofocus is of the highest standard. If you are new to DSLRs, this is a great first choice.
Priced at around £560 for the body, this is an entry level DSLR for people with a bit of experience or who are keen to push on with their photography skills. If you are looking to progress quickly and develop your skills with respect to noise control, white balance and metering, this is the sort of DSLR that will allow you to develop your skills. The live view focus speeds could be improved but on the whole this is a great camera for people who are keen to learn and want to develop quickly.
Given that body only price for this camera is £4,925, this is clearly a class apart from the previous two cameras, and it is also a camera that is well beyond the reach of most photographers. However, it is still classed in the medium-format camera range and in that market, it is an affordable option.
You will find, as you would expect, to be able to take image with an astounding level of detail and this is exactly the sort of camera a professional should opt for if they are looking to capture in high detail.
Sony Alpha A77 Mark II
If you are keen to enjoy the very best technology, Sony will not let you down. This DSLR offers Wi-Fi, NFC technology, a 24.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a wide range of top level specifications.