DSLRs may be losing the game to smaller, lighter mirrorless cameras, but they still have some benefits. The core feature is the optical viewfinder, which uses a mirror to allow you see directly through the lens. DSLRs have also been around the Canon versus Nikon debate has raged the entire time.
Nikon equipped this camera with many features that it’s the most versatile DSLR you can buy. The 45.7-megapixel full-frame sensor should satisfy a wide range of photographers, and support for 4K (UHD) at 30p makes it a capable video camera. On the other hand, the 153-point autofocus system inside the D850 is quick and precise. It has capture ability up to 7 fps in burst mode and up to 9 fps in burst mode when Nikon’s battery grip is added
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Canon’s EOS 5D bought full-frame photography to the masses, the Mark II unleashed Full HD video capture for the first time on a DSLR. The EOS 5D Mark IV pretty much tweaks and improves on everything before it, with a newer 30.4MP sensor and advanced 61-point AF system along with 4K video recording. While the Mark III became a firm favorite amongst photographers for doing everything it did so well.
SONY A99 II
The Sony A99 II has a 42.4 megapixel full-frame sensor and is ideal for a huge range of different subjects. It has high resolution make it ideal for commercial and advertising work. Besides that, it’s also got a fast frame rate which means you can use it for sports and action photography. There’s also 4K video recording and an adjustable LCD screen.
The boasts a very impressive 51-point viewfinder autofocus system with some of the best continuous tracking performance we’ve seen. Its 20MP sensor is down on resolution compared to some competing APS-C cameras, but that allows it to fire away at 8 frames per second for more than 50 exposures. The D7500 is also one of the first Nikons to get 4K video.