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(Pocket-lint) - Det var en gång i tiden, DSLR:er var allt och slutet av digitalkameravärlden. Nuförtiden är spegellösa kameror den dominerande kraften, med de flesta stora kameramärken som avstår från spegeln i sina flaggskeppsmodeller.

Ändå finns det mycket att älska med DSLR:er, och om du föredrar den gamla skolans SLR-känsla, snarare än att ha en liten digital skärm i sökaren, så finns det ingen ersättning. Du kan potentiellt spara lite pengar också, med billiga DSLR-alternativ som nu är billigare än någonsin tidigare.

DSLR står för digital single-lins reflex, och dessa kameror har löstagbara linser så att olika optik kan fästas och ge en annan bild av världen. Denna potentiella variation låter dig börja i det små och bygga upp till mer varierade, skarpare och önskvärda linser allt eftersom.

Så oavsett om du är ny på DSLR-kameror, funderar på att uppgradera, redan vet mycket om kameror eller överväger ett mer proffsigt alternativ, är det här vi samlar ihop de bästa DSLR-kamerorna som finns att köpa idag.


Vilken är den bästa DSLR just nu? Vårt nuvarande val är Nikon D850 . Andra fantastiska alternativ inkluderar Canon 5D Mark IV , Canon 2000D , Nikon D500 och Canon EOS 90D .


Vårt bästa val: Bästa DSLR-kameran

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Nikon D850

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För

  • Högupplöst 45 megapixel sensor
  • Otrolig batteritid
  • Fantastiskt dynamiskt omfång

Mot

  • Autofokusen är långsam i livevisningsläge
  • På den dyra sidan

Utrustad med en monstruös 45-megapixelsensor, tänjde Nikon D850 på gränserna för bildupplösning vid den första lanseringen. I rätt händer och med glas av god kvalitet kan den här kameran producera skarpa och mycket detaljerade bilder. Det dynamiska omfånget är också nästan overkligt.

Små förändringar i D850:s kropp jämfört med föregångarens förvandlar också användarupplevelsen. Upplysta knappar, tyst slutarläge, djupare grepp och klassledande batteritid skapar något alldeles speciellt.

Vi upptäckte att dess enda verkliga brist är att autofokushastigheten för livevisning inte är lika kapabel som Canons motsvarighet.

DSLR cameras we also recommend

The pricey megapixel-munching Nikon D850 won't be for everyone. With that in mind, here are four other DSLR options that impressed us.

DSLR cameras we also recommend

The pricey megapixel-munching Nikon D850 won't be for everyone. With that in mind, here are four other DSLR options that impressed us.

DSLR cameras we also recommend

The pricey megapixel-munching Nikon D850 won't be for everyone. With that in mind, here are four other DSLR options that impressed us.

DSLR cameras we also recommend

The pricey megapixel-munching Nikon D850 won't be for everyone. With that in mind, here are four other DSLR options that impressed us.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

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För

  • Fantastiskt autofokussystem
  • Solid bildkvalitet
  • Dual Pixel RAW omfokusering

Mot

  • Ingen utfällbar skärm
  • 4K-video har begränsade filtyper

5D Mark IV är en skicklig balans mellan upplösning, bildkvalitet, autofokusförmåga och kontroll, eftersom den står med huvud och axlar över sin föregångare och mycket av konkurrenterna också.

Det är inte billigt på något sätt, men det har alla baser täckta, och 30-megapixelsensorn är inte bara fantastisk i bra ljus, utan den klarar även förhållanden med svagt ljus.

Idag känns avsaknaden av en flip-skärm väldigt gammaldags, och 4K-videon är inte längre något som ger den wow-faktorn. Canons egna spegellösa erbjudanden ger oss nu upp till 8K-video, till exempel.

För fotografer som dock föredrar ett SLR-system har 5D Mark IV fortfarande mycket att erbjuda, särskilt när den paras ihop med några av Canons branschledande glas.

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Canon EOS 2000D / Rebel T7

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För

  • Fantastiskt värde för pengarna
  • Wi-Fi och NFC funktionalitet

Mot

  • Ingen flip eller pekskärm
  • Grundläggande funktioner

Vi tror att Canon 2000D kan vara det perfekta alternativet för dem som vill uppgradera från en smartphonekamera till en DSLR-plattform. Den är billig och glad, och dess Wi-Fi-funktionalitet gör att du kan överföra bilder direkt till en smartphone för redigering och delning.

Du kommer att få fördelen av utbytbara linser, samt en mycket större sensor, vilket innebär bättre prestanda i svagt ljus och riktig bokeh som inte förlitar sig på AI-trick för att skära bort motivet.

Att köpa in sig i Canons objektivsystem innebär att du kan ta med dig linserna när du uppgraderar, vilket förmodligen är oundvikligt, eftersom funktionsuppsättningen är ganska begränsad på den här nybörjarkroppen.

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Nikon D500

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För

  • Snabb fotografering med stor buffert
  • Mindre och mer hanterbar kroppsstorlek
  • Mycket bra autofokus

Mot

  • Hög ISO-funktioner är faktiskt inte användbara
  • Begränsade vinklar på vändskärmen

Nikon D500 tar många funktioner från sitt större syskon, D5, men tar dem till APS-C-sensorn och en mycket mer kompakt kropp. Detta gör den till en av de mest avancerade och funktionsrika APS-C-kroppar vi har stött på.

Detta leder till en hel hög med bra saker. 21-megapixelsensorn backas upp med den snabba Expeed 5-processormotorn och kan ta bilder upp till en utökad känslighet på ISO 1 640 000. Ja, det är sexsiffrigt. Även om vi i våra tester inte tror att du sannolikt kommer att vilja gå i närheten av så högt.

Vad du får här är en pro-level DSLR, i en liten förpackning och till ett mycket mer magiskt pris. Vem skulle inte älska det?

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Canon EOS 90D

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För

  • Mycket kapabel autofokus
  • Hög upplösning
  • 4K videoinspelning

Mot

  • Enkel SD-kortplats
  • Ingen stabilisering i kroppen

Om du letar efter en allrounder när det kommer till både stillbilder och filminspelning, så är 90D fortfarande en av de bästa rena DSLR:erna för att tillgodose en sådan publik.

Där 90D verkligen utmärker sig är med sitt autofokussystem. Dual Pixel AF-systemet - som använder sensorns fasdetektering via livevisning och ett annat fasdetekteringssystem genom sökaren - är supersnabbt, oavsett om du tittar genom sökaren eller använder den bakre skärmen för att komponera dina bilder .

På andra håll ökar 90D sökaren med en vad-du-ser-är-vad-du-får 100 % synfält - något billigare DSLR-kameror ofta saknar - medan dess Vari-Angle pekskärm förblir en av dess starka sidor , särskilt i en konkurrensutsatt värld mot spegellösa kameror.

Other products we considered

The Pocket-lint editorial team spends hours clicking shutter buttons and poring over the results before recommending our best picks for you. We consider a range of factors when it comes to putting together our best guides, including physically testing the products ourselves, consumer reviews, brand quality, and value. Many of the cameras we considered didn’t make our final guide.

These are the products we considered that ultimately didn't make our top five selections, but they may still be worth considering for those who haven't found a DSLR they like in the picks above.

Other products we considered

The Pocket-lint editorial team spends hours clicking shutter buttons and poring over the results before recommending our best picks for you. We consider a range of factors when it comes to putting together our best guides, including physically testing the products ourselves, consumer reviews, brand quality, and value. Many of the cameras we considered didn’t make our final guide.

These are the products we considered that ultimately didn't make our top five selections, but they may still be worth considering for those who haven't found a DSLR they like in the picks above.

Other products we considered

The Pocket-lint editorial team spends hours clicking shutter buttons and poring over the results before recommending our best picks for you. We consider a range of factors when it comes to putting together our best guides, including physically testing the products ourselves, consumer reviews, brand quality, and value. Many of the cameras we considered didn’t make our final guide.

These are the products we considered that ultimately didn't make our top five selections, but they may still be worth considering for those who haven't found a DSLR they like in the picks above.

Other products we considered

The Pocket-lint editorial team spends hours clicking shutter buttons and poring over the results before recommending our best picks for you. We consider a range of factors when it comes to putting together our best guides, including physically testing the products ourselves, consumer reviews, brand quality, and value. Many of the cameras we considered didn’t make our final guide.

These are the products we considered that ultimately didn't make our top five selections, but they may still be worth considering for those who haven't found a DSLR they like in the picks above.

How to choose a DSLR camera

There is a wide range of DSLRs on the market, designed for everyone from casual holiday snappers to seasoned professionals. That means it can be extremely hard to narrow down which one is right for you. Here are a few things worth thinking about before you decide on a camera.

What will you be using the camera for?

This will be the big deciding factor for most people, as different cameras are tailored toward different shooting styles. Some cameras offer extremely high burst rates for shooting sports, whereas others will give you a silent shooting mode to ensure that your shutter click doesn't scare away any wildlife.

Think about how you will mainly be using the camera, and the specs that you should care about will quickly become apparent.

Which lenses will work?

For Canon it's EF-mount (including EF-S), for Nikon it's F-mount, for Pentax it's K-mount. Sony has discontinued its line in favour of its mirrorless offerings. There are some additions and exceptions, but those are the current main three. Don't fall into the trap by buying the wrong lenses just because the brand names match up.

What's the deal with sensor size?

Entry and mid-level cameras typically have what's called an APS-C size sensor. Some pro-spec cameras have full-frame sensors that, because they're physically larger, need specific (typically pricier and more advanced) lenses that are capable of covering these larger dimensions. 

A full-frame camera collects more light and this will give you better low-light performance and shallower depth of field in your shots. Unfortunately, they're typically a lot more expensive than their APS-C counterparts and the same goes for the lenses too. So if budget is a concern, we'd recommend sticking with APS-C.

Which focal length lens should I buy?

There are plenty of things to consider with lenses and this all depends on the type of photography you are planning on doing. If it's all about portraits you'll want something around the 50mm or 75mm mark. If you are trying to snap that lion on the Savannah and don't want to get eaten then you'll want something with a long zoom, like 300mm or greater.

DSLR v mirrorless - which is best?

This all depends on what type of shooter you are. If you mainly care about video, then the mirrorless options offer far more for your money and you should certainly consider them before committing to a DSLR.

If you're on a tight budget, you can typically find entry-level DSLRs for cheaper than their mirrorless equivalents. This will leave you with more to spend on lenses, arguably the best investment in the photographic world.

If you're an old school film shooter and can't resist the tactile sound of the mirror flipping away, then there really is no alternative. Luckily, there are still loads of great options - some of which you can explore in our other camera buyer's guides.

    How to choose a DSLR camera

    There is a wide range of DSLRs on the market, designed for everyone from casual holiday snappers to seasoned professionals. That means it can be extremely hard to narrow down which one is right for you. Here are a few things worth thinking about before you decide on a camera.

    What will you be using the camera for?

    This will be the big deciding factor for most people, as different cameras are tailored toward different shooting styles. Some cameras offer extremely high burst rates for shooting sports, whereas others will give you a silent shooting mode to ensure that your shutter click doesn't scare away any wildlife.

    Think about how you will mainly be using the camera, and the specs that you should care about will quickly become apparent.

    Which lenses will work?

    For Canon it's EF-mount (including EF-S), for Nikon it's F-mount, for Pentax it's K-mount. Sony has discontinued its line in favour of its mirrorless offerings. There are some additions and exceptions, but those are the current main three. Don't fall into the trap by buying the wrong lenses just because the brand names match up.

    What's the deal with sensor size?

    Entry and mid-level cameras typically have what's called an APS-C size sensor. Some pro-spec cameras have full-frame sensors that, because they're physically larger, need specific (typically pricier and more advanced) lenses that are capable of covering these larger dimensions. 

    A full-frame camera collects more light and this will give you better low-light performance and shallower depth of field in your shots. Unfortunately, they're typically a lot more expensive than their APS-C counterparts and the same goes for the lenses too. So if budget is a concern, we'd recommend sticking with APS-C.

    Which focal length lens should I buy?

    There are plenty of things to consider with lenses and this all depends on the type of photography you are planning on doing. If it's all about portraits you'll want something around the 50mm or 75mm mark. If you are trying to snap that lion on the Savannah and don't want to get eaten then you'll want something with a long zoom, like 300mm or greater.

    DSLR v mirrorless - which is best?

    This all depends on what type of shooter you are. If you mainly care about video, then the mirrorless options offer far more for your money and you should certainly consider them before committing to a DSLR.

    If you're on a tight budget, you can typically find entry-level DSLRs for cheaper than their mirrorless equivalents. This will leave you with more to spend on lenses, arguably the best investment in the photographic world.

    If you're an old school film shooter and can't resist the tactile sound of the mirror flipping away, then there really is no alternative. Luckily, there are still loads of great options - some of which you can explore in our other camera buyer's guides.

      How to choose a DSLR camera

      There is a wide range of DSLRs on the market, designed for everyone from casual holiday snappers to seasoned professionals. That means it can be extremely hard to narrow down which one is right for you. Here are a few things worth thinking about before you decide on a camera.

      What will you be using the camera for?

      This will be the big deciding factor for most people, as different cameras are tailored toward different shooting styles. Some cameras offer extremely high burst rates for shooting sports, whereas others will give you a silent shooting mode to ensure that your shutter click doesn't scare away any wildlife.

      Think about how you will mainly be using the camera, and the specs that you should care about will quickly become apparent.

      Which lenses will work?

      For Canon it's EF-mount (including EF-S), for Nikon it's F-mount, for Pentax it's K-mount. Sony has discontinued its line in favour of its mirrorless offerings. There are some additions and exceptions, but those are the current main three. Don't fall into the trap by buying the wrong lenses just because the brand names match up.

      What's the deal with sensor size?

      Entry and mid-level cameras typically have what's called an APS-C size sensor. Some pro-spec cameras have full-frame sensors that, because they're physically larger, need specific (typically pricier and more advanced) lenses that are capable of covering these larger dimensions. 

      A full-frame camera collects more light and this will give you better low-light performance and shallower depth of field in your shots. Unfortunately, they're typically a lot more expensive than their APS-C counterparts and the same goes for the lenses too. So if budget is a concern, we'd recommend sticking with APS-C.

      Which focal length lens should I buy?

      There are plenty of things to consider with lenses and this all depends on the type of photography you are planning on doing. If it's all about portraits you'll want something around the 50mm or 75mm mark. If you are trying to snap that lion on the Savannah and don't want to get eaten then you'll want something with a long zoom, like 300mm or greater.

      DSLR v mirrorless - which is best?

      This all depends on what type of shooter you are. If you mainly care about video, then the mirrorless options offer far more for your money and you should certainly consider them before committing to a DSLR.

      If you're on a tight budget, you can typically find entry-level DSLRs for cheaper than their mirrorless equivalents. This will leave you with more to spend on lenses, arguably the best investment in the photographic world.

      If you're an old school film shooter and can't resist the tactile sound of the mirror flipping away, then there really is no alternative. Luckily, there are still loads of great options - some of which you can explore in our other camera buyer's guides.

        How to choose a DSLR camera

        There is a wide range of DSLRs on the market, designed for everyone from casual holiday snappers to seasoned professionals. That means it can be extremely hard to narrow down which one is right for you. Here are a few things worth thinking about before you decide on a camera.

        What will you be using the camera for?

        This will be the big deciding factor for most people, as different cameras are tailored toward different shooting styles. Some cameras offer extremely high burst rates for shooting sports, whereas others will give you a silent shooting mode to ensure that your shutter click doesn't scare away any wildlife.

        Think about how you will mainly be using the camera, and the specs that you should care about will quickly become apparent.

        Which lenses will work?

        For Canon it's EF-mount (including EF-S), for Nikon it's F-mount, for Pentax it's K-mount. Sony has discontinued its line in favour of its mirrorless offerings. There are some additions and exceptions, but those are the current main three. Don't fall into the trap by buying the wrong lenses just because the brand names match up.

        What's the deal with sensor size?

        Entry and mid-level cameras typically have what's called an APS-C size sensor. Some pro-spec cameras have full-frame sensors that, because they're physically larger, need specific (typically pricier and more advanced) lenses that are capable of covering these larger dimensions. 

        A full-frame camera collects more light and this will give you better low-light performance and shallower depth of field in your shots. Unfortunately, they're typically a lot more expensive than their APS-C counterparts and the same goes for the lenses too. So if budget is a concern, we'd recommend sticking with APS-C.

        Which focal length lens should I buy?

        There are plenty of things to consider with lenses and this all depends on the type of photography you are planning on doing. If it's all about portraits you'll want something around the 50mm or 75mm mark. If you are trying to snap that lion on the Savannah and don't want to get eaten then you'll want something with a long zoom, like 300mm or greater.

        DSLR v mirrorless - which is best?

        This all depends on what type of shooter you are. If you mainly care about video, then the mirrorless options offer far more for your money and you should certainly consider them before committing to a DSLR.

        If you're on a tight budget, you can typically find entry-level DSLRs for cheaper than their mirrorless equivalents. This will leave you with more to spend on lenses, arguably the best investment in the photographic world.

        If you're an old school film shooter and can't resist the tactile sound of the mirror flipping away, then there really is no alternative. Luckily, there are still loads of great options - some of which you can explore in our other camera buyer's guides.

          Mer om den här historien

          Varje produkt i den här listan har testats i verkliga situationer, precis som du skulle använda den i ditt dagliga liv.

          Ett kamerasystem kan vara ett rejält köp, så vi har testat alla alternativ på den här listan utförligt för att se hur de håller för daglig användning. Vi har kontrollerat allt från bildkvalitet till batteritid för att se till att de klarar uppgiften.

          Som med alla sammanfattningar är det inte möjligt att leverera en lista som fungerar för alla typer av användare, men vi använder dessa tester och åsikterna från experterna på Pocket-lint-teamet för att fastställa ett litet antal kameror att rekommendera.

          Vad vi alltid tenderar att undvika när vi sammanställer dessa val är djupgående spec-jämförelser och marknadsföringsjargong; vi vill bara ge en lättförståelig sammanfattning som ger dig en uppfattning om hur varje DSLR är att använda. Våra domar är kortfattade, men detta är enbart i korthetens intresse. Du kan vara säker på att alla sakerna på den här listan har testats fullständigt.

          Skriva av Luke Baker. Ursprungligen publicerad den 7 Augusti 2013.