The Best DSLR

The Best DSLR

Canon 80D

 A powerful, versatile and responsive camera to explore your creativity. EOS 80D excels at sports, portraiture, landscape, street, travel and low light photography – as well as serious movie making, thanks to innovative technologies that help you achieve stunning results in any situation.

React instinctively to the moment and catch fast moving sports or wildlife action with ease thanks to a high performance AF system, a maximum 7fps continuous shooting rate and customisable controls.

Capture split-second sports action with super sharp images even under floodlights, thanks to a highly responsive and accurate Auto Focus system, that operates in tough lighting conditions down to -3EV.  A 45 all cross-type AF system gives you the freedom to choose an AF point or area to suit your composition and offer greater precision and control over wider focussing areas, for stunning results regardless of where your subject is in the frame.

Give yourself the best chance to capture that fleeting moment thanks to a maximum 7 fps continuous shooting speed at full resolution. Ideal for spontaneous sports and wildlife shots.

 

Nikon D7200

With video features inherited from Nikon’s professional cameras, the D7200 is a highly capable moviemaking tool, with the Multi-area D-Movie function offering all the flexibility required for photographers who want to shoot better video. Recording Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, there is also the option to switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p. Taking full control you have the ability to create the movies you intended with an array of intuitive settings. Shoot with auto ISO control in M mode in order to make smooth transitions between dark and bright areas, use Zebra mode to see exactly where highlights are blown and apply the flat picture control setting for easier colour grading in post-production.

Recognising the importance of sound quality, this camera boasts enhanced audio controls that let you select the sound range (wide/voice) and reduce wind noise when recording with the built-in stereo microphone. Ensuring your shoot runs smoothly, a dedicated movie menu lets you store all movie settings in one place, while simultaneous capture of your footage can be recorded to the dual SD memory card slots and to an external recorder via the HDMI connector [3].

Raising the bar yet again the D7200 offers sharp photos and full HD video. With a large 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor and Expeed 4 image processing maintaining higher quality all the way up to ISO 25600, images boast very wide dynamic range, low noise and rich colour gradation. By not employing an optical low-pass filter (OLPF) Nikon have ensured even the finest of textures like hair and feathers are captured in ultra-high definition. To gain extra reach, speed and wider AF coverage, Crop mode extends the reach of DX lenses by 1.3x and lets you shoot at up to 7 fps.