10 Best Nikon Digital SLR Cameras with Images 2013

SLR’s has always been a favorite among the beginners and no doubt the professionals. Earlier the manual setting and sophisticated features made SLR’s pretty difficult to handle and was limited to the professional only. But with the advent of time SLR’s has not only become more user friendly but the features provided takes photography to all together a different level. Nikon has always been ahead of the race when it came to delivering an unmatched performance in the burgeoning competition of cameras, and the legacy left is a legend in itself.

Modern day SLR comes with high performs sensor that capture rich images, even in low light conditions. SLR has always been famous for its ability to take the picture as close to what our eye perceives, and that is the reason why professionals prefer SLR most of the time when they want to show the world from a different perspective.

Nikon offers a vast range of products that caters to beginners as well as professionals, from budget range to premium range and from the basic standard device to fully featured cameras. in this article we will surface the Best Nikon DSLR’s Cameras with images that are currently available in the market and some that is not manufactured any more but is still available in the market. The discussion would include price, specification and a brief description of each Nikon DSLR’s that will give you the required information about these cameras.

1. Nikon D3100

Nikon  D3100

A new entry in the catalogue of SLR’s and is basically aimed at consumers who are new to SLR’s. The Nikon D3100 is the upgrade version of the Nikon D3000 and features almost same specs but with a slight improvisation. It has a 4.2 Mega-pixel sensor and can shoot high quality JPEG images. The Display unit sport a 3” LCD screen that provides a live feed on the subject you are shooting or recording. The casing is sturdy and provides a premium feel to it and is quite sturdy in the hands. The camera can record HD videos as well. Available at the retail outlets for 450$.

2. Nikon D5100

Nikon D5100

This SLR camera is basically aimed at consumers who want to go further ahead than rookie level but aren’t yet ready for professional features. The Nikon D5100 is the upgrade version of the Nikon D3000 and features almost same specs of the previous instalment but with a slight improvisation. It has a 16.2 Mega-pixel sensor and can shoot high quality JPEG images. The Display unit sport a 3” LCD screen that provides a live feed on the subject you are shooting or recording. The casing is sturdy and provides a premium feel to it and is quite sturdy in the hands. The camera supports a broad range of models and features that are close enough to professional photography and can record HD videos as well. Available at the retail outlets for 500$.

3. Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200

this model features a 24.2 million pixel CMOS sensor, has noise level control, high quality display that delivers accurate colour and provides broad range of professional modes and records HD video at 1080p. This model is available in the price range of 600$.

4. Nikon D90

Nikon D90

The only camera in its range that doesn’t provide HD recording but to compensate the shortcoming the camera has 12.3 Mega-pixel sensor, 11 point focus system and other professional modes. Available at the retail outlets for 600$.

5. Nikon D5200

Nikon D5200

This SLR camera is basically aimed at consumers who want to go further ahead than rookie level but aren’t yet ready for professional features. The Nikon D5200 is the upgrade version of the Nikon D5000 and features almost same specs of the previous instalment but with a slight improvisation. It has a 24.2 Mega-pixel sensor and can shoot high quality JPEG images. The Display unit sport a 3” multi angle LCD screen that provides live feed of the subject you are shooting or recording. The casing is sturdy and provides a premium feel to it and is quite sturdy in the hands. The camera sports a broad range of modes and features that are close enough to professional photography and can record HD videos at 1080p.Available at the retail outlets for 720$.

6. Nikon D7000

Nikon D7000

This is where the professional steps in. Mainly aimed for professionals has 16.2 mega-pixel sensor and 39 point focus system. Records videos in HD mode at 1080p.Available at the retail outlets for 900$.

7. Nikon D300s

Nikon D300S

12.3 megapixel sensor, HD video recording at 720p, professional photography modes, image stabilisation, APS. Available at the retail outlets for 1700$.

8. Nikon D800

Nikon D800

36.3.3 megapixel sensor, HD video recording at 1080p, professional photography modes, image stabilisation, APS. Available at the retail outlets for 2800$.

9. Nikon D800E

Nikon D800E

Best in class for macro and micro photography and with the added support of the high resolution display provides you unmatched details for your subject.36.3 mega-pixel sensor, HD video recording at 1080p, professional photography modes, image stabilisation, APS. Available at the retail outlets for 2800$.

10. Nikon D4

Nikon D4

The camera features a 16.2 megapixel sensor that offers 10, 11 and 25 burst modes. The camera is capable of recording HD video 1080p and includes many more awesome features. The Nikon D4 DSLR camera is priced at US$6000 and AU$6700.

So give try to these Digital Cameras from Nikon and share with us which one you like the most and planning to buy one. Also if you feel we forget to add any good name, feel free to share with me.

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