The Canon EOS Rebel T5 is one the latest entry-level DSLR from Canon. Given the brand name, it's likely that beginner DSLR buyers will gravitate toward. It is priced attractively, a full $100 which is less than the Nikon D3300. It lags behind the D3300 in image quality, video options, and burst shooting.
The Canon T6s takes the Rebel series up a notch. With its 24.2 megapixels sensor, the Canon T6s shoots excellent images with tons of detail and accurate colors.
Sporting a new higher-resolution 24MP sensor, Canon EOS 80D has a faster processor. It's beefed-up with 45-point AF system. This enthusiast DSLR is built upon the foundation laid out by the 70D and its superior Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.
Canon EOS 5Ds helps to bridge the gap, professional from amateur photography. It gives advanced DSLR users an affordable route to a full-frame shooting. Pro photographers will enjoy a smaller, lighter camera to back-up their fully professional-level models.
Just like its predecessor, the Nikon D850 is recommended by and for both pros and ordinary hobbyists (who are willing to shell out A LOT, at least).
The 18-megapixel Canon Rebel T5i is the same beginner DSLR camera as its predecessor the Rebel T4i. Canon T5i comes with a few key changes. It has a new kit lens and real-time viewing of creative filter effects.
The Canon EOS 70D's sensor is a Dual Pixel CMOS device. You get to enjoy faster focusing during Live View and video mode.
The Nikon D810A is a full frame DSLR pro camera with 36.3megapixel dedicated to astrophotography. It comes with a specialized IR cut filter which captures the red tones. This professional camera has no optical low pass filter.
The Nikon D810 is here to fill some big shoes. It replaces the much loved D800 and D800E. This pro camera takes the best of both models to offer greater pixel resolution.