Digital single lens reflex (DLSR) cameras are the most commonly used type of photographic equipment by amateurs and professionals. DSLRs have become much more affordable and offer a ton of features. Canon is one of the popular brands featuring an eclectic mix of entry-level and professional-grade cameras starting from just around $500 and going up to the thousands. Here are the key features of the top four Canon DLSR cameras trending today:
EOS Rebel T7
With the T7, you get an amazing 24.1-megapixel CMOS APS-C sensor designed to take high-resolution images. Remember, the bigger the sensor, the more pixels it can accommodate, which gives the camera its ability to click and shoot in full HD. And if you enjoy taking pictures in the evening or early in the morning, the Rebel T7 supports low lighting conditions with an ISO setting of 6400. More importantly, a 9-point autofocus system enhances your ability to click the clearest picture using dedicated viewfinder guidance systems. For around $500, the EOS Rebel T7 mirrorless DSLR is a great starting point for learning the basics of photography.
EOS Rebel T8i
One of the first features of the T8i is that it can record in 4K. This model is one of the few beginner cameras to have a 25600 maximum ISO, so you can take sharp pictures in ultra-low light conditions without compromising quality. This camera is also capable of shooting time lapses in 4K. You can set it up pointing towards the night sky and enable this mode to capture an amazing time-lapse of the stars and comets with every color detail recorded in clarity. A more impressive feature is the autofocus with 45 dedicated points. No object will be out of focus within the 4K resolution frame. At about $900, the Canon EOS Rebel T8i is a premium camera among the entry-level specs to go for if your budget permits.
Canon’s EOD 90D has a slightly better CMOS sensor with 32.5 megapixels, supports 4K UHD, and even 10 fps high-speed shooting. Capture the fastest moving objects with precision quality with these settings. Also, the highest number for the shutter speed is set at 1/16000th of a second. You can capture an F1 car hurtling down a track at full speed, and there would be no chance of blur created by fast-moving objects. This striking feature is why the EOS 90D made this list of popular Canon DSLRs. Other settings also get a major upgrade for a decent price tag of approximately $1,200.
EOS 1D X Mark III
This DSLR camera is the ultimate innovation in photography that every professional photographer must have in the inventory. Now let’s talk about the sensors: you get a 20.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with an advanced light pass filter system, so the minute details are noticeable once the pictures are processed. Mark III also has one of the most impressive ISO settings ever manufactured in a camera of this scale. The DIGIC X image processor can be amped up to a whopping 102,400 setting to capture the sharpest details in the lowest lighting conditions. This ISO range is expandable for experimenting with diverse types of photography. The EOS 1D Mark III is one of the most expensive cameras in the Canon lineup, priced at a whopping price of around $6,500.