It is yet another New Year, and one that we are looking at with much excitement. It is also the time for us to set aside the hopes, concerns and curiosities and reflect upon a year gone by. For Smart Photography, a reflection on the previous year cannot go by without a compilation of the best cameras available in the market by the end of 2016. Here is a compiled list of top D-SLRs in the market. The cameras are featured in random order and hence the first position does not necessarily indicate that it is better than the rest. The list includes both Full Frame and APS-C format D-SLRs.
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
The APS-C Type 20.2 megapixel 7D Mark II is an improved version of the EOS 7D. Powered by Dual DIGIC 6 image processors, the camera features sensitivity up to ISO 16,000. Dual Pixel CMOS AF function provides smooth and accurate focussing when shooting videos, so that subjects will remain in focus even in the most dynamic scenes. The camera features 65-point all cross-type AF and 10 fps continuous shooting. The AF points cover virtually the entire frame, leading to increased accuracy even if the subject is in rapid motion. The 7D Mark II has a fast 55 milliseconds shutter release time lag. A new mirror bounce reduction mechanism allows users to switch to Silent mode while shooting under 5 fps.