Best 5 Full-Frame DSLRs for Professionals

If you have a passion for photography then this is the best time to upscale your passion to professional grade. Full-frame DSLRs are the most appropriate choice of digital camera for professionals or beginners. Advantage of a full-frame sensor over regular small digital cameras is that a full-frame camera performs exceedingly better in low light. If you are after utmost quality, then a full-frame DSLR is a must buy for you.

Note:   The order in which DSLRs has been listed is random.  The order does not denote their ranking.

 

Nikon D600

Nikon D600

Nikon’s most compact FX-format HD-SLR,with 1-Year Warranty.

This DSLR is a new addition to the full-frame family and is made for serious enthusiasts. The model shares a good deal of technology with D800, but its resolution is pegged down at 24.3MP. D600 is a serious looking kit, which makes it more appealing in the eyes of professional photographers. This supper camera costs around $1990 (body only).

 

 

Nikon D800

Nikon D800

Extreme resolution 36.3-megapixel FX-format (35.9 x 24.0mm) CMOS sensor

Although D800 seems to be a replacement of D700, but it is altogether a new model. The biggest highlight of this model is its 36.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor. D800 has plenty of other attractive features to tempt users. Enhanced Full HD movie recording, advanced scene recognition, 51-point AF system, ISO range of 100-25,600 are some of its features that will make you go wow over it. D800 is priced near about $2750 (body only).

 

 

Canon EOS 5D Mk III

Canon EOS 5D Mk III

Newly designed 22.3 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor

The 5D Mk II was a classic piece, but 5D Mk III has pushed its limit ever higher. While its resolution only has a marginal hike (20MP to 21.1MP), but the its sensor is completely re-designed with gapless micro lenses, which gives it much improved performance in low-light. Another line of improvement is its faster burst shooting, improved HD video recording, increased sensitivity range, etc. This device costs around $2900 (body only).

 

 

Nikon D4

Nikon D4

10/11 frames per second continuous shooting in FX-format for up to 150 frames

Nikon D4 was released to take over the tag of flagship professional-grade DSLR from D3. The model is build with 16.2 MP full-frame FX sensors. D4 offers maximum continuous shooting speed of 11fps. It low-light performance is exceedingly impressive, offering standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-12, 800. This is expandable to a limit of ISO 204,800. If all you want in your camera is ultimate performance and image quality, you need not look any further. This camera is carries a hefty price tag of near about $ 5900 (body only).

 

 

Canon 1D X

Canon 1D X

Full-frame 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor.

Basic focus of Canon 1D X is to leverage a studio-friendly resolution and speedy-shooting capability. It is equipped with 18MP resolution along with twin DIGIC 5+ image processor. It boasts a burst speed of 12fps (14fps in case of JPEG images only). It adds a sensitivity range of ISO 100- 51,200. It can be expanded to 50-204,800. It also features an enhanced HD movie recording and any professional looking for a serious photography tool will admire this excellent device. 1D X comes with a hefty price of $ 6700 (body only).

 

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Author: Mia Eddy

Authored by Mia Eddy, a crazy shopper and a passionate writer. She loves photography and recently bought a camera Nikon D4 from US online store and shipped it through package forwarding service

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