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395 of the 422 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I bought canon 200D 1 week before
Good quality, right now battery life is extremely good, even after oneday use it doesn't come low, it is better to use with 55-250mm lens, then only you can realize the quality of this product. Before using this product read the instructions and safety precautions
- launched in 2017 with digic 7 processor
- extremely light weight
- easy interface for anyone who’s a first timer
- good battery life
- great colour production, an advantage of canon
- great audio output quality
- could be used by beginners as well as semi pros
- cost effective
- the touch screen is exceptional. Allows the feel of a smartphone
- Bluetooth and wifi nfc is extremely smooth
- lower focus points as compared to Nikon
1,086 of the 1,205 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
719 of the 802 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
This camera is loaded with features. One of the best entry level professional camera or a great camera for amateur photographer. With my last DSLR i had 18-55 & 70-300. Having understood the difficult in changing the lens every time this time i went with 18-140 lens.
The camera is light weight, handy, menu is easy to understand, connectivity to mobile is awesome. Also installed Helicon Remote app & Adobe photoshop express app in mobile which makes easy to take picture, send to your mobile, edit & upload.
Lens is little heavy as I expected, but the clarity, focus response, sharpness is great.
Unlike other reviews i got a good camera bag.
Without any second thought you can buy this.
Piece of advice, If you are planning to buy a tripod along with this don't buy small ones as camera with lens tends to get heavy. I bought Amazon basics tripod and it was unable to handle the weight of camera with telephoto lens attached.
Lightweight and compact with everything the family photographer needs, the Nikon D5600 maintains its position as a great general-purpose dSLR for its price class.
DSLRTaken on its own, the Nikon D5600 is a fine camera, with imaging tech that still outclasses what even the best smartphone can manage by a huge margin. That's an important point to note for people looking for...
662 of the 757 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
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2. Too late delivery(reached 10days after promised final date of delivery)
3. Good packing
4. Efs18-55mm f4-5.6 lens is average. poor quality on low light.(feels like used one)
5. Had issues with warranty registration, but solved it by contacting canon.(got 1+1year warranty for body and lens.)
6. Package includes: EOS 77D Body, EF-S 18-55mm 4-5.6 IS STM, Lens Cap, Battery Pack, Battery Charger, Eye Cup,camera strap,camera bag, 16gb SD card.
7. Worth for money (49800-offer. please dont think second time if u found an offer like this.)
8. Best mid range dslr camera
3,033 of the 3,392 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
1. Its easy to use
2. Decent battery backup
3. Live mode operation is not lagging.
1. While focusing the DSLR is making too much noise and its the kind of annoying that u will lose interest in taking photos.
2. No shortcut or assigned button to change F stop (aperture). A manufacturer who is keeping dedicated button for changing the ISO have to thing about the importance of aperture.
3. You can't change the focusing point by pressing the round dial in the system, if u press it some other setup will open up.
4. The output image quality is actually not mind blowing.
5. White balance- Use it if u want to take risk
6. Main issue. If u use camera flash to snap a pic during focusing it
1,225 of the 1,398 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
1. You're a beginner but need a camera which can be used at a mid-level as well.
2. You do not care for the lens just yet. If you do care for the lens then I will suggest you to only buy body first and then separately purchase 24-250mm lens to not have the frequent hassle of changing lens.
Edit: Finally talked to the Amazon professional. Will be getting a replacement. Fingers crossed.
Edit 2: Got a replacement. Everything is fine.
818 of the 918 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Thank you Jeff and Co. for trustworthy, timely and secure delivery.
I chose this camera over Cannon 1500D because I heard a lot of critic reviews, and all of them were recommending Nikon.
The camera has a good grip, and doesn't much weigh, so you can easily take shots with one hand.
Most people have complained about no WiFi. I haven't missed that feature much. Because, I will not have a WiFi while taking shots outside. I can easily transfer the pictures to my computer using the SD card reader.
The camera doesn't have geo-tagging feature. But you can easily pair the SnapBridge App with the camera, and it will use phone's location and use it for geo-tagging. I really liked it.
Overall the camera is great.
Things I missed:
- It has a fixed display. Would have been great if it rotated.
P.S. I got all the items from
Battery life- Avg. Usage of 2hrs every day gave the battery power running continuous for 3 days to me.
Durability- Here I have to mention that as it's a entry level DSLR. My suggestion go for it. Why? Let me explain
i. The grip on this is DSLR is almost like a professional cameras. Just go to shop and physically feel the grip. You'll love it. And do compare with other cameras also if I am no wrong.
ii. And for sure I have to say it's not weather resistant. According to me if you have 70 plus thousand rupees definitely go for weather sealed body full frame DSLRs. If not then grab this NIKON D3500
311 of the 367 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
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Apart from that there is play memories where you can download effect and use them. It also blur the background and focus on subject very fast however in HX300 there was option for defocus high, mid & low well !!! This option I have not found in HX400.
. GOOD PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERA FOR WILD ANIMALS OR INSECTS MIRCRO PHOTOGRAPHY
. GOOD FOR GROUP PHOTO'S
. GOOD FOR CLEAR PICTURE IMAGE (BUT NOT
GOOD FOR BLUR THE BACKGROUND,MAY BE
GOOD BLUR ONLY IF THE OBJECT IS VERY
SMALL like bird's & insects,small objects etc.)
. IT HAS WIDE ZOOM FROM 35 MM-1200MM
. GOOD ZOOMING RANGE ( HAVING MOTORISED
ZOOM WHICH HELP NI VIDEOGRAPHY)
. GOOD OPTICAL ZOOM
. GOOD STABILIZATION (FOR STILL IMAGE &
HAND HELD SHOTS)
. CAN SHOOT UP TO 1080×720 P AT 60fps
. HAVING A FOCUSING RING WHICH CAN BLUR THE BACKGROUND BUT ONLY FOR SMALL OBJECT ( BIG OBJECT ARE CROPED BY THE CAMERA AS HUMAN BEING)
. GOOD MANUAL MODE JUST LIKE DSLR
. MAXIMUM IMAGE SIZE SHOW 20 BUT IT IS 8.04MB
. GOOD FLASH FOR LOW LIGHT OPERATIONS
. GOOD ELECTRONIC VIEW FINDER (SMALL LCD) FOR NIGHT
. HAVING GPS & WIFI FOR PHOTO SHARE DIRECT TO UR PHONE
769 of the 946 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I am a novice in normal photogaphy ( i.e., I use only point & shoot cameras as in mobile phones). Some reviewers have described Fuji Instax Mini as a toy but I do not agree with them. If you like experimenting with photography ,you should try this. If you like something just for fun then too try this.
Instant camera means you have just one chance. The photo may be good or bad depending how you handle it.But this process is immensely satisfying as you strive to improve.
In the Box:
2. Two AA non rechargeable batteries
4. Close-up lens
5. Few Manuals, sticker and warranty card.
The unique retro design with attractive pastel shades is one of the major reason people love this camera more than any other instant camera. Fujifilm while keeping the retro look intact, has now renewed its colour range with cool colours like Cobalt blue, Lime green, Ice blue, Flamingo pink and Smokey white.
304 of the 366 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Just go for it. It's a Best Point and Shoot under 20k
Yes, you get DSLR kind blur effect.
Superb zoom capability.
Nice and compact.
I have added pics...all are taken from nikon b500
If you zoom anything then may be blur happened and after some time only the picture will show clearly.
This is the only problem I found rather then everything is good.
213 of the 248 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
1. Excellent battery life
2. Super fast focusing
3. Weather-sealed body gives you confidence to shoot during rains and wet conditions.
4. Great choice of lenses(any Canon camera would have this advantage)
5. Excellent from-camera JPEG images(which most Nikon users feel is a disadvantage for them and often prefer post-processing)
6. Good shutter speed
7. Amazing live-view for shooting and focusing( This is where it does better than Nikon cameras. Video mode has Dual-pixel CMOS technology for focusing. So gives you cinematic effect)
8. Touch-screen gives you better control during focusing if you are using Live-view(for both stills and videos) and also helps you to navigate through menus and images faster and review the images in a faster way
9. Kit lens has good zoom range of 18-135 mm (which
115 of the 128 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Pros: super handy
Amazing picture quality
The two lenses power pack this camera to a higher level
Speed of shoot is brilliant
The features surpass DSLR!
Ease of charge with a powerbank
Transfering of pics vids is brilliant using the app and nfc feature
The best part is the amazing video quality!
Battery drains out
Last for a continous shoot of five hours easily.
171 of the 197 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
81 of the 89 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
If you are new to DSLR or already own an entry level DSLR you can give this one a try. The other comparable (mirrorless) cameras are offerings from Fuji. I had played with it Fuji cameras during a US visit, XT-20 is an excellent camera with great kit lens but about 30k pricey in
Image quality and video quality seem really good.
The full rotatable touch screen, mic input, and a good user interface makes it a very good deal for me, as I plan to do personal content creation.
I considered the Sony a5100 as an option, but could not make the compromises and got this instead. But, the Sony a5100/6000 is great value for money even today, if you want it only for still photography.
I got the m50 at around 51k on Amazon Prime day. I think you can wait if you plan to buy. In US it costs only 650-700 bucks, so the Indian price may reduce in a while.
I would recommend the EF to EF-M mount adapter along with the Canon 50mm F1.8 STM lens, or even the EF-M 22mm F2 lens if you prefer the compact form factor (no adapter
-It is small, compact, light, very portable
-Awesome picture and video quality
-Hass lots more useful features.
-Single shot at 10fps and Servo at 7.5 fps
-720p slow motion at 120fps
-Time-lapse video mode
-The dual pixel autofocus
-canon's color science is also highly commendable
-with a lens adaptor, it can be equipped with Canon's EF and EF-S lenses.
-Rolling shutter, lack of Dual Pixel Autofocus, and excessive crop factor in 4k
-Max shutter speed is only upto 1/4000s
-Doesn't have an extra dial or buttons to customise more shortcuts
-No 1080p slow motion at 120 fps
-Battery performance is poor (but is expected in most Mirrorless DSLSs)
-Have to spend extra cash to buy a lens adaptor
I'd like to give 1 star the courier service (DTDC) which "delivered" the package. It took 12 days to ship it from Delhi to Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh. Others typically take 2-3 days for that kind of distance.
79 of the 88 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
I won't go much into deep in terms of specs sheet. But some important points regarding its competition worth mentionable-
*There is not much options in this price range. The comptition is nikon d7500, nikon d7200, nikon d5600, canon 80d and canon 800d. But price range is different.
Now i will explain deferences briefley -
1. Nikon d7200 - way old model. Lacks rotating screen. Lacks dual pixel autofocus. Old processor.
2. Nikon d7500 - 25k pricier. Lacks dual pixel autofocus and rotating display.
3. Nikon d5600 - lacks secondary quick info display on top. Lacks dual pixel autofocus. Lacks secondary command dial.
4. Canon 80d - 20k pricier but same sensor. Same picture quality.
differences- 77d has newer processor which means better iso performance (25600 vs 16000 in 80d).
80d is better - 80d has large bettery, weather sealing and 7fps vs 6fps (not a big differnce)
5. Canon 800d - the only
*18-135mm lens is great for intermediate users
*Focusing system is so silent and quick
*Battery backup is great if flash is not used.... Using optical viewfinder rather than live screen adds the battery life
Canon camera body does not have in body image stabilization, canon provides image stabilization through lens and camera body depends on lenses for image stabilization, if lens does not support image stabilization camera will not be able to stabilize.
1080/60p video capture
Microphone input jack for external microphone for better audio recording
24MP sensor with Dual Pixel AF
3" fully-articulating touchscreen LCD
45-point all-cross-type phase-detect Fastest Auto Focus System
6fps continuous shooting
Built-in interval timer for time lapses
Digic 7 processor
Dual control dials
Accurate Auto Focus in both photo and video
Responsive touchscreen and interface
Top LCD for shooting information
Twin control dials for more hand on control
Very good video and image stabilization
Wi-Fi,Bluetooth,NFC that can be used for image transfer and as remote control.
Plastic build quality of body
Lag behind in dynamic range
No 4K video recording
Pentamirror viewfinder instead of pentaprism viewfinder
Do check local store, price in local store tends to be less than price on amazon.
Canon 77d sits in between 800d and
102 of the 116 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
Fujifilm doesn't make cheap stuff, so you get what you pay for:
1. Great build quality
2. Full suite of creative options
3. Fuji film color profiles
4. Nice kit lens (and access to brilliant X mount Fuji lenses)
4. Bunch of options and aids that will help someone mature to become a better photographer.
The pictures right out of the camera are brilliant (even without the X Trans sensor).
I personally switched to an MFT (Olympus OMD EM 10 II), and love the fact that I have DSLR like quality (and better features in some respect), in such a small form factor of a mirror-less camera.
If you are not a professional photographer and have some appreciation for art & craftsmanship, you should definitely consider a mirrorless (certainly the XT100) over ugly and bulky DSLRs.
There is a bit of compromise in few areas which are not a big deal , I guess it is due to the pricing point .
# 4K shooting mode is restricted to 15 FPS . You get good FHD video but .
# Touch Screen
98 of the 108 reviews are 4-stars or 5-stars
The biggest strength of the A6000 are the its price, compact size and XAVC video codec output.
The biggest negatives will be its battery life, low-resolution electronic viewfinder, and lack of in-body image stabilization.
Update #1 - Lens recommendations.
After using the camera for a while, I got a Sigma 16 mm f/1.4 prime lens for it.The image quality is on a whole another plane of existence, and the large aperture makes it a great lens for low light situations. The 16mm focal length does seem a bit