1. Canon EOS 6D
Costing only around $1399 for the body only. It has 20.2 megapixels, with a 11-point autofocus. It has a 3-inch screen with 1,040,000 dots. Continuous shooting speed of 4.5 frames per second and a maximum video resolution of 1080 pixels.
2. Nikon D610
Around $1500 for the body, this camera offers 24.3 megapixels. It has a 390-point autofocus, which is impressive, and has a 3.2-inch screen with 921,000 dots.It has a maximum continuous shooting speed of 6fps and a video resolution of 1080 pixels.
3. Sony Alpha a99
Costing about $2000, this camera was the first full frame interchangeable lens camera with an electronic viewfinder. It has 24.3 megapixels, and a 19-point autofocus. The screen is 3-inches and fully articulating, with 1,229,000 dots. It has a continuous shooting speed of 10fps, and a video resolution of 1080 pixels.
4. Nikon D750
In the neighborhood of $2300, this camera features 24.3 megapixels, with a remarkable 551-point autofocus. It has a 3.2-inch tilting screen with 1,229,000 dots. The maximum continuous shooting speed is 5fps and has a video resolution of 1080 pixels.
5. Nikon Df
At $2750, it’s not cheap. But it was styled to look like the Nikon’s classic FM-series 35mm film. It has 16.2 megapixels, with a 39-point autofocus. The screen is 3.2-inches, with 921,000 dots. It has 5.5fps, and actually, it doesn’t offer any video.
6. Canon EOS 5D Mark III
It costs $2500 for the body. It has 22.3 megapixels, with an inspiring 61-point autofocus. It has a 3.2-inch screen with 1,040,000 dots. Additionally, it offers a continuous shooting speed of 6fps, and a video resolution of 1080 pixels.
7. Nikon D810
Costing around $3000 for the body only, this camera has 36.3 megapixels, with a 51-point autofocus, and a 3-inch screen with 1,229,000 dots. It has a maximum continuous shooting speed of 5fps, and and the video resolution is 1080 pixels. Until 2015, this was the best DSLR on the market.
8. Canon EOS 5DS
Although it is not yet available, it will cost a very high $3699, this flagship camera by Canon offers 50.6 megapixels, with a 61-point autofocus. It has a 3.2-inch screen with 1,040,000 dots. It shoots at 5fps, and has 1080 pixels. It offers nearly 40% more resolution than the Nikon D810.
9. Canon EOS 1DX
With a high-end price tag of $5999, this camera is a hybrid of the older Canon 1D and 1Ds. It has 18.1 megapixels, but 61-point autofocus, and a 3.2-inch screen offering 1,040,000 dots. With a maximum continuous shooting speed of 12fps, and up to 12 frames per second in burst mode, and has a video resolution of 1080 pixels.
10. Nikon D4S
Equally high-end, the Nikon D4S costs $5999, and has pixel count of 16.2. With a 51-point autofocus, and a 3.2-inch screen that offers 921,000 dots, it seems a bit costly for the specs. However, this camera is ideal for low-light or no-light shots. It has a continuous shooting speed of 11fps, which is incredibly fast, and has a video resolution of 1080 pixels.