14 April 2013 by Permi Krishna
The best entry level DSLRs are the best choice to hone your photographic skills once you have grown out of your compact camera and want more creative control over your pictures.
The best entry level DSLRs these days offer the perfect bridge between the advanced point and shoots and the professional SLRs. Although the sensor size is smaller than the higher-end dSLR's they produce excellent image quality. The best entry-level dSLR's these days offer quite a few of the features previously found only in higher-end models. This is coupled with the user-friendly interface for DSLR , like for eg the NIKON 3100 provides a Guide mode for users to select settings easily. They thus provide bang for the buck as well.
Some of the factors to be taken into consideration while selecting an entry-level dSLR would be the resolution, built in image stabilization either in the body or the lens, continuous mode and ease of use. The best entry-level dSLR's are typically a step-up camera which provides all the features of a professional dSLR but easy to use for those who are accustomed to point-and-shoot cameras. They are also considerably more lightweight than the professional dSLR's so are easier to carry around. Some of the best entry-level dSLR's are available starting at $600-$800 with a lot of useful features for you to get started on some serious photography.