Top 5 DSLRs Best of the Year 2020

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Welcome to the world of DSLR. Here we will explore professional photography and I will show you my picks for the top 5 DSLRs, devices that are the pinnacle of technology for making photos.

If you are an enthusiast or just exploring this world I recommend checking out these. I also wrote interesting things I found about them why they are chosen for the list.

1. Canon EOS Rebel T6

All-rounder. Everywhere I was looking for a DSLR on the internet there was a note, a picture or a video about this device. And there is a big reason for that. With all features on device and accessories included this camera is a supreme value pack that is hard to beat. Great for beginners and pros as well. There is also model Rebel T7 that you can check out but I don’t see too much of a difference between the two.

2. Canon EOS 5D

Here comes another Canon. This one is my choice for advanced pro photographers that want to take photos to another level. I might not be anything like a pro but I am impressed with specs of this device. On top of all, it can make videos in 4K with amazing contrast and color range. (My phone camera cries silently) 😉

3. Nikon D3500 DSLR

One of the few companies that manage to keep up with the quality of Canon is Nikon. With the D3500 model at least makes an alternative for mid-range DSLR all-rounders. I can’t point anything too special about this device but out of respect for the brand and their effort, I included this device on the list.

4. SONY Alpha a5000

Somewhere between a compact and DSLR, I can’t really tell. I personally use compact cameras and for me, those are just enough but sometimes there are situations where I wish for a little more (like taking pictures of too far or too near objects). With this device, Sony offered a solution just in the right way. Great product.

5. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

I remember when I was growing up my family had a Fujifilm camera that used film stripe for saving photos. It had a similar metallic design like this Olympus and I like that style for all times. Sometimes it’s not all in pure qualities of photos but a camera look can be a thing for enthusiasts.


All the cameras in the list are my personal choices. I don’t own any of those but I have used some Canons in the past and therefore I had to make them on the very top of the list. I understand that pros are always looking for cutting-edge stuff from the market but there are just too many great choices that just feels bad not to notice them. Enjoy photographing! is an affiliate. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
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