* DSLR cameras offer more features than traditional point-and-shoot cameras
* Single image processors makes it possible to take better quality photos
* Quality DSLRs can now be found at a fraction of the cost
Tired of those less-than-stellar pictures from your smartphone or standard point-and-shoot? It may be time to upgrade to a DSLR. Short for digital single-lens reflex, DSLR cameras combine the classic customizable features of old-school camera models with an updated digital imaging processor, making it easier to take quality photos that most smartphones and point-and-shoot cameras simply can’t match.
If you’re in the market for a decent DSLR, here are five awesome options.
1. Nikon D3300 DSLR
With 11 AF points with 3D tracking, a powerful 100-12800 ISO, and a beautiful three-inch LCD screen with optional zoom and autofocus, the
2. Nikon D3400 DSLR
The D3400 offers everything that makes the D3300 great, but adds a bunch of great new features. SnapBridge Bluetooth connectivity makes it easier to sync your snaps with your smart device, while the 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor allows for some incredibly detailed pictures. The EXPEED 4 Image Processor also makes sure that your camera’s captures are saved extra fast.
3. Olympus OM-D DSLR
Sporting a chic retro look, the Olympus OM-D comes with a 16 Megapixel Live MOS Sensor and can capture video at 120 frames per second. With a three-inch tilting monitor and a beautiful LCD screen, Olympus makes it easier to up your camera game.
4. Canon EOS Rebel
A stellar camera at a great price, the
5. Pentax K-S2 20MP DSLR
A camera made for adventure, this Pentax model features a highly durable waterproof and dustproof design while offering an impressive 1080P HD video and a sleek three-inch variable angle with a swing-out LCD monitor. With built-in WiFi, a selfie mode, and ISO Speeds up to 51200, you’ll have no problem snapping great pics.