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Best DSLR Camera in India Under 50,000 (In-Depth Reviews for 2019)

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Irrespective of whether you are a traveler, a hobbyist or want to make a career out of photography if there is one thing that is going to turn into new best friend it is your DSLR Camera.

But you don’t have to go big just yet. In case you did not know, you can get pretty realistic images even with a DSLR costing less than 50k.

Think we are lying?

Check out reviews of the best Best DSLR Cameras in India Under 50,000 and you’ll know exactly what we are talking about 😉 .

Top 3 DSLR Cameras Under 50k for Indians


In-Depth Reviews of DSLRs Under 50k

#1: Nikon D5600 (Best DSLR Camera in India Under 50,000)

Nikon is one of the most popular DSLR brands in India and at this price range, it does not get any better than the D5600. Wondering why? Let’s find out.

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Nikon D5600 with AF-P 18-55 mm + AF-P 70-300 mm VR Kit with Bag and 16GB Memory Card Free
  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor with 24.2 MP (high resolution for large prints and image cropping)
  • ISO: 100-25600 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: Expeed 4 with 39 autofocus points (important for speed and accuracy of autofocus and burst photography)

Image Quality

To bring out the very best in every bit of the 24.5MP, the camera has been loaded with the DX-format CMOS image sensor and the EXPEED 4 Image Processing System.

While the sensor captures sharp and well-toned images by adjusting the light entering the lens the improved image processor increase speed and functionality in differently lit scenes.

It also has an ISO range of 100-25600 for low light images. While it might seem low compared to the beasts above, trust me, the images are sure to leave you surprised with their clarity, tonality, and low noise levels.

So whether you wanted to shoot in the broad daylight, at a dim-lit concert or marriages, the camera gets the job done pretty well without the need for a flash.

It comes with a good 5 fps continuous shot ability so you can instantly capture the best of every concert, event or marriage without it getting blurred (time to seize those split-second tears, hugs, smiles, etc.).

And do you know why those images do not get blurred? Because of the amazing 39-point autofocus system which locks onto the targets in seconds and maintains that with impressive accuracy.

Making shooting different scenes effortless are the various modes like the night portrait, night landscape, auto flash, beach/snow, etc. (getting the right settings now only takes a few clicks).

Video and Audio

When it comes to videos, the D5600 delivers excellent Full-HD videos and with VR Image Stabilization so no shakiness will ruin your shots even when done by hand.

Plus, it supports external Microphones so you get top-notch voice recording as well to go along with the videos. (ideal if you shoot a lot of movies and documentaries).

SnapBridge at its best again…

The SnapBridge technology has been developed with a share as you click mentality. It easily syncs with your mobile using Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or even NFC and does not drain your battery out either.

Using the app, you can also remotely view and shoot images so you are never the one left out from the photos (the photographers curse, well, not anymore).

SnapBridge also gives you a backup of all your images and videos which you can check out at the Nikon Image Space.

Build

The Carbon-fiber composite build and the weather-proofing ensure the camera can even take a little beating or handle light rain and snow (so weather conditions never become a barrier to your photography).

It also has a rugged texture for a strong grip and weighs just 467g so carrying it around the neck or the in the hand does not become tiresome.

Other Features 

Lastly, with the 3.2-inch screen is a special Vari-Angle Touchscreen. So not only is it easy to sift through various settings, it does not require back-breaking bending for low and high angle shots.

Warranty: 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty.

Specs

  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Senor
  • Resolution: 24.5MP
  • Screen Size: 3-inch Vari-Tilt Touch Screen
  • Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Suited for: Beginners and Mid-Level Photographers
  • Weight: 467g
  • Accessories: 16GB SD Card and Carry Bag
  • Lens: 18-55mm
  • External Microphone: Yes

Drawbacks

One of the few problems with the Nikon D5600 is that it does not support 4k recording and thus does not match the video qualities of the top two picks.

It does not have GPS so there is no automatic geo-tagging of photos.

Also, while the APS-C Sensor performs quite well, it is not at par the capabilities of a full-frame sensor.

Pros

  • It has a 24.5MP resolution and Full-Frame Sensor capture details to the fullest
  • The EXPEED 4 Image Processing System increases overall speed and performance
  • It comes with an ISO range of 100-25600 for good low light images without flash
  • The 5 fps continuous shot ability is ideal for instantaneous shots
  • The 39-point auto-focus helps to focus on the subject in seconds
  • It comes with various modes for 1-click settings in various sceneries
  • SnapBridge allows for effortless image transfer to mobile via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or NFC
  • It automatically uploads images to Nikon Image Space for backup
  • Also allows you to handle the camera remotely via the mobile
  • Shoots excellent full-HD videos with image stabilization to reduce shakiness
  • Supports an external microphone for clear voice recording
  • Carbon-fiber composite build and weatherproofing around ports for safe use
  • Rugged texture for a strong grip
  • Ultralight at 467g for easy carrying and handling
  • It has a 3.2-inch vari-angle screen which can be tilted for easy low and high angle shots
  • The screen is a touchscreen for easy settings adjustment

Cons

  • Does not come with a GPS
  • It cannot shoot in 4K
  • A full-frame sensor would have captured more details

#2: Canon EOS 200D

Next on the list is one for the Canon fans in the house and there is plenty to love about this one as well.

Image Quality

The 24.5 megapixels give you print worthy colors and contrast so if you are into printing photobooks or just a storyteller, this is just the camera you need.

The ISO Range of 100-25600 enables users to shoot high-quality photos indoors or in the dark. And if that wasn’t enough, you can even bump it to 51,200 without the hassle of a noisy, grainy pic. But how?

Taking care of that issue is the latest DIGIC 7 Image Processor and an APS-C size CMOS Sensor so images retain the details and colors that caught your eye with little noise interference.

This sensor will also help you create the perfect shallow depth of field for the blurry background portraits that beautifully separate the subject from the background (yup, like you see those professionals do it).

Videos

Whether you want to shoot at marriages, take videos of your pet splaying around with the kids, the camera gives you equally sharp and crisp videos in Full-HD.

And you can even throw in some dramatic effects with the 5 filters that help bring out the creative beast in you.

Plus, since most of these videos will be shot with hand (who has time to set up a tripod all the time, right?), image stabilization reduces shakes.

Shooting Speed and AF

For fast responsive performance, the camera has a 5fps continuous shooting speed (so those playful and naughty moments got a whole lot easier).

And 9-point autofocus ensures those videos and images shot however quickly do not get blurred as it takes just a few seconds to lock onto the target.

Connectivity

Connecting your smartphone to the camera is easy peasy. All it needs is a Wi-Fi and or Bluetooth connection and you can be uploading your best snaps instantaneously.

If you do happen to use Bluetooth connection, you can be rest assured it won’t drain your mobile out in 2-3  hours since it a Low Energy Bluetooth connection.

This pairing will also allow you to control the camera via your smartphone. So whether you want to make group clicks, change settings, it turns your smartphone into a handy remote.

And if you pair it to the same device, a simple push of the dedicated Wi-Fi button should have it done within seconds.

Build

The EOS 200D has rugged alloy build which should give it longevity so you get your money’s worth.

This grainy texture of the camera improves the grip so if you happen to use it in moist or light rains, the camera won’t simply slip out of your hand.

It also weighs a mere 450g and since you get a carry case with it, it makes for the perfect travel partner as well (fits in your handbag as well).

Other Features

The one thing I like the most about this camera is the Vari-Angle 3-inch touchscreen which can be rotated at various angles.

So it not only reduces the hassle of switching between various buttons for the right settings but also allows you to shoot a variety of angles with ease.

One feature that makes it a standout for any newbie here is the Guided Menu Interface. Here all the settings explained via different graphics illustrations so you’ll be using the camera like any pro within a couple of days.

Specs

  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Senor
  • Resolution: 24.5MP
  • Screen Size: 3-inch Vari-Tilt Touch Screen
  • Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Suited for: Beginners
  • Weight: 450g
  • Accessories: 16GB SD Card and Carry Bag
  • Lens: 18-55mm
  • External Microphone: No

Drawbacks

The one main issue with the camera is that you cannot attach an external microphone.

Plus, all the videos recorded are only in 1920×1080 rather than 4k. Though still quite clear, it does not match the quality a 4k video would have provided.

Pros

  • It has an ISO Range of 100-25600 but can be bumped up to 51200 for excellent low-light images
  • The DIGIC 7 Image Processor and an APS-C size CMOS Sensor help lower noise in low light
  • The sensor allows for good Depth of Field which provides praise-worthy blurred BG portraits
  • 24.5MP captures a good amount of detail for sharp shoots
  • All videos are recorded in Full-HD
  • Image stabilization reduces shakiness
  • You can add dramatic effects to the video using the 5-filters
  • It comes with a decent 5fps continuous shooting speed
  • 9-point Autofocus ensures clear image with shooting on the go
  • The camera can be connected to a smartphone using Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or NFC
  • Pairing does not just allow quicker sharing but also gives remote access to the camera
  • The Rugged allow build gives it great durability and grip in moist conditions
  • It weighs just 450g and fits into almost any bag
  • The 3-inch Touchscreen makes it easy to shuffle between various settings
  • It can also be rotated at various angles for easy low and high angle shots

Cons

  • The camera is ideal for beginners rather than professionals
  • Does not support an external microphone
  • Videos cannot be shot in 4k

#3: Canon EOS 1300D (Budget Pick)

Whether you are on a tight budget or just a beginner looking to get started with something low-cost yet productive, with the Canon EOS 1300D, you just hit the Jackpot.

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Canon EOS 1300D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Black) with 18-55mm ISII Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case
  • 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4+
  • 9-point AF with 1 center cross-type AF point
  • Standard ISO: 100 to 6400, expandable to 12800

Image Quality

Firstly, it comes with an ISO range of 100-6400 which can be bumped up to 12800 when need be. This allows you better control over the light so images come out top-notch in both even in low light.

But what about the noise? That is where the DIGIC 4+ processor comes in handy and gives every click the colors, contrast, and details you wanted to click them for (because that what you and every image deserves).

It also has the same large APS-C CMOS Sensor. So you can have fun with the shallow depth of field images where your subject and background separated by blur making those images even more powerful.

As for the videos, they are all shot in Full-HD to give you and your clients a vivid viewing experience.

Connectivity

A few touches on the smartphone and just like that you can have the best images on your Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with a simple connection between your camera and Connect Camera mobile app via the Wi-Fi.

With the app, taking those lovely group photos without leaving anyone out also becomes a breeze as it lets you control your camera.

You can also set prints or connect to an HDTV or photo sharing services like Irista (clicking and sharing photos hardly gets any easier than this).

For those quick moving shots in a party, marriage or while traveling, this camera also has a 9-point auto focus and 3-second continuous clicking speed that perform well in decent lighting.

Modes

You also get multiple modes so you can bring the crazy in your images with a Miniature Mode or the toy camera mode.

Or use the Video Snapshot mode or a nicely combined montage of all your precious memories (in difficult times, even your camera can be your best friend).

And for beginners, there is a detailed Feature Guide that explains all the menu systems so you can be navigating through it all like a pro in a matter of days.

Build

The weight, design, and build are also very similar so can be carrying it around however you like it (backpack, carry case or around the neck, the choice is yours).

Other Features

For all your post processing needs, there is also an option for storing images in RAW.

The camera also gives you the ability to either stick to the Viewfinder or switch to the more flexible 3” LCD Screen.

Lastly, it has a whopping 18X zoom (nothing is ever too far away for this one) and is an 18MP camera which is quite decent for a low costing DSLR.

Warranty: 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty.

Specs

  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Senor
  • Resolution: 18MP
  • Screen Size: 3-inch LCD Screen
  • Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Suited for: Beginners
  • Weight: 485g
  • Accessories: 16GB SD Card and Carry Bag
  • Lens: 18-55mm
  • External Microphone: No

Drawbacks

On the downsides, the camera is not as powerful as the previous picks which limit its use to only beginners or those on a budget.

Also, it does not support an external microphone and neither allows you to shoot videos in 4k. And since it lacks image stabilization, you will always want to shoot videos with a tripod.

It does not have a full-frame sensor which limits the ability of the camera to more details.

Pros

  • The ISO range of 100-6400 is pretty good and can be expanded to 12800 in low light
  • With DIGIC 4+ image processor, images come out with better colors, contrast etc.
  • You get excellent good depth of field for blurred backgrounds with the large APS-C CMOS sensor
  • 9-point focus and 3s continuous shooting speed help capture shots quickly
  • All videos are shot in Full-HD
  • It can be paired to mobile using Wi-Fi and Camera Connect App
  • The Camera Connect App lets you control the camera for added convenience
  • Allows you to set print commands or connect to HDTV
  • Get live display on the 3” LCD Screen rather than the ViewFinder
  • The RAW format makes post-processing more detailed and easier
  • It lightweight and comes with a carry case for easy carrying
  • The rugged texture helps you get a firmer grip
  • It has an optical zoom of 18x for distant objects
  • You can use modes like miniature mode or the toy camera.
  • The Video Snapshot mode helps you revisit old memories by creating a montage

Cons

  • Suited only for newbies
  • Does not support an external microphone
  • You cannot shoot in 4K
  • Does not come with image stabilization

Its low cost coupled with excellent features makes this an Amazon best-seller for good reason is the perfect camera to kick-start your venture into the world of photography.

However, it is not the only DSLR camera with such features at this price range. Check out our post on the best DSLR Cameras in India Under 30,000 to know more.


#4: Nikon D3400

If we are talking about DSLR’s and not mentioning a Nikon then are we really even talking about DSLR’s? Yup, they are a brand that good and their D3400 is one of the best entry-level DSLR’s and here is why we think so.

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Nikon D3400 24.2 MP Digital SLR Camera (Black) + AF-P DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens Kit +...
  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor with 24.2 MP (high resolution for large prints and image cropping)
  • ISO: 100-25600 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: Expeed 4 with 11 autofocus points (important for speed and accuracy of autofocus and burst photography)

What we like

With an ISO of 100-25,600, the Nikon D3400 practically guarantees you awesome shots even in low light without making it too noisy (your night photography is going to get a whole lot better).

And while I know it is often not the most important feature, megapixels do matter. So with a 24MP lens, the D3400 will help you capture the minutest of details for the sharpest of prints.

But the biggest asset about this camera is the inclusion of SnapBridge. So what does this do?

Well, you can now share your clicks on the go as it transfers them directly into your smartphone or even the laptop with a Bluetooth Low Energy Consumption Connection (BLE) even when the camera is off.

Also, it uploads them directly to the Nikon Image Space so you get a backup of your images on the cloud without even pressing a button. Not to forget, you can access it anywhere anytime using your mobile, laptop etc.

Don’t your friends and family love candid photos when you catch off-guard at their best? The problem, they most often turn out blurred but not anymore. How can we be so sure?

That is because the D3400 is equipped with an 11 AutoFocus point and has a shooting speed of 5 frames per second (you are never missing out on priceless smiles, laughs and tears again).

Along with the D3400, you get the AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6G VR and the AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300 mm f/4.5 – 6.3G ED VR kit lenses.

With these lenses, you can not only do high-speed photography but also record videos in Full-HD and do not worry about the slight jerks and movements as the image stabilization takes care of it all.

But what if you have never used a camera before?

Thanks to the built-in guide mode, you can learn all the basics there is to operate it and clicking expert shots within days.

And once you get the hang it and would like more control over the images, you can switch to the Picture Control Mode.

To help bring out the creative beast inside, the camera also features 10 special effects like night vision, miniature effect etc. all accessible with the click of a button (so now you do not have to waste 100’s of hours on Photoshop to create every effect).

And if that alone does not help, since the camera stores images in RAW format, you get greater control over the post-processing as this format stores all information captured by the sensor (not something the JPG format is known for).

The rugged texture of the camera gives you a firm grip and to help capture far off details it also has an 8x digital zoom and 1x optical zoom.

Also, since it is ultralight at a mere 395 grams carrying it in your backpack or the camera bag should be a breeze (or just hang it around the neck like the pros 😉 ).

Note: The D3400 is most likely to be the last in the very popular D3000 series as Nikon wants to lay more focus on high-end and full frame cameras.

So if you ever wanted to get your hands on a Nikon on the cheap, this may well be your last chance so DO NOT MISS OUT.

Warranty: 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty.

Specs

  • Zoom: 8x Digital zoom and 1X optical zoom
  • ISO: 100-25600
  • Weight: 395g
  • Accessories: 16GB SD Card + Camera Bag
  • Max Shutter Speed: 30
  • Min Shutter Speed: 2.5000000000000001E-3
  • Min Focal Length: 22mm
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • USB Ports: 1
  • Screen: 3” LCD
  • Megapixels: 24MP
  • Lens: 18-55mm

Drawbacks

We are being very picky here but an in-built Wi-Fi would have been perfect. Plus, you cannot shoot in 4k.

Pros

  • The 100-25600 ISO helps shoot high-quality images even in low light without much noise
  • 24MP captures the smallest of details
  • You can capture far off details with 8X digital and 1x Optical Zoom
  • Snapbridge transfers images directly into the mobile/laptop with Bluetooth
  • It also uploads images on Nikon Image Space as backup
  • 11 AutoFocus points and 5 frames per seconds speed helps capture the best candid pics
  • All videos are captured in Full-HD
  • Image stabilization helps reduce shakiness
  • The built-in guide mode helps any newbie learn the basics quickly
  • You can get more control over images with Picture Control Mode
  • 10 Special effects like night vision etc. add to the creativity
  • It weighs just 395g and is easy to carry around
  • Rugged texture helps maintain a good grip
  • Both lenses are capable of producing professional-grade images
  • Saves images in RAW to give you greater control over the post-processing

Cons

  • Does not allows you to shoot in 4K
  • It has no in-built Wi-Fi

#5: Canon EOS 1500D

Canon has been a brand synonymous with DSLR’s whether it is budget models or professional-grade cameras and the EOS 1500D shows exactly why.

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Canon EOS 1500D 24.1 Digital SLR Camera (Black) with EF S18-55 is II Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case
  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor with 24.1 MP (high resolution for large prints and image cropping)
  • ISO: 100-6400 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: DIGIC 4+ with 9 autofocus points (important for speed and accuracy of autofocus and burst photography)

What we like

The Canon features an ISO of 100-6400 which means you get clear photos whether it is a bright sunny day or even the night. If need be, you can even increase it to 12800.

And you do not have to worry about noise spoiling your images as well since the camera is equipped with the APS-C CMOS sensor & DIGIC 4+ image processor. So what do these fancy terms do?

Simple, these help you get the best possible output in any lighting conditions by capturing ample light. This is then processed by the & DIGIC 4+ image processor giving you color gradations that are sure to leave viewers in awe of your images.

I am pretty sure the next question on your mind is, how many megapixels is it, right? Well, just like the D3400, it will give you detailed videos and images with a 24MP lens.

Also, do you ever wish you could click those images with the perfectly blurred background? Well, thanks to the large sensor, getting that all important depth of field is now a cakewalk.

The 9-point autofocus isn’t as good as the D3400 but sure does a great job of getting those special moments on the double. The 3-second continuous shooting speed plays quite the helping hand as well.

All videos are shot in Full-HD while the image stabilization takes care of any shakiness or blurriness that may occur due to the quick movement of the camera.

And if you happen to be social media birdie, uploading images to your followers and fans can be done directly from your smartphone. Just pair the camera with the mobile using Wi-Fi and Connect Camera App.

But what really tops this, is that you can even use the app for clicking images (so no one, especially you, are never left out of the special group selfies again).

Similarly, you can give print commands, transfer files to other cameras with a direct connection or even view your images on your large HD TV with the Connect Station CS100

As for all the shooting goes, you can either opt for the ViewFinder or turn to the LiveMode which gives you all the display on the 3” LCD screen.

And to help you set the right tone and mood for each photograph there are 5 filters. Plus, since images can be stored in RAW format, you have every control you will want in post-processing.

Lastly, this too is quite light and compact as it weighs just 476g and comes with a rugged texture making it anti-slip as well.

Warranty: 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty.

Specs

  • Zoom: 3x Zoom
  • ISO: 100-25600
  • Weight: 475g
  • Accessories: 16GB SD Card + Carry Case
  • Storage: 64GB
  • Min Focal Length: 18mm
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • USB Ports: 1
  • Screen: 3” LCD
  • Megapixels: 24MP
  • Lens: 18-55mm IS II Lens

Drawbacks

The lens kits EF-S 18-55 mm IS II and EF-S 55-250 mm F4 5.6 IS II are quite good as far lens kits go but are limited when it comes to serious professional photo shoots.

Compared to the D3400, it has lower autofocus points, ISO range, and continuous shooting speed

It also does not support 4K videos.

Pros

  • It has a good ISO range of 100-6400 and can be expanded to 12800 if need be
  • The DIGIC 4+ image processor keeps out noise even at higher ISO for clear images
  • The large APS-C CMOS sensor helps to get a good depth of field for blurred backgrounds
  • The 24MP lens captures details really well
  • 9-point focus and 3s continuous shooting speed is pretty good
  • Image stabilization keeps videos from being shaky
  • All videos are shot in Full-HD
  • It can be paired to mobile using Wi-Fi or NFC
  • With the Camera Connect App, you can even click images with mobile for group selfies
  • You can also set print commands or transfer files to other cameras once connected
  • Or even connect it to your TV with the Connect Station CS100
  • You can also get a live view on the 3” LCD Screen rather than the ViewFinder
  • The RAW format makes post-processing more detailed and easier
  • It lightweight for easy carrying
  • The rugged texture prevents any slips and falls

Cons

  • Lens kits are not suited for any professional work
  • It has lower autofocus points, ISO range and continuous shooting speed than the D3400
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