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.
The 3400 is the new entry-level D-SLR from Nikon and it adds SnapBridge connectivity for viewing and sharing images with the help of smartphones. The 24.2-megapixel D3400 oers sensitivities ranging from ISO 100 to 25600, and features a 11-point autofocus system. The camera can record Full HD 1080/60p videos. The D3400 incorporates 10 special eects, which you can apply to your photos and videos. The camera accepts an SD card for storage.