DSLRs are becoming more and more affordable. Just two decade ago only professionals or people with deep pockets were able to afford a DSLR due to it’s expensive price tag. The DSLR camera technology evolved at extremely fast rate in the last two decades and this led to more efficient production. Technological innovation brought the price of DSLR cameras. Now a lot of hobbyist are directly getting a DSLR as their first camera. The compact camera is becoming obsolete and at the same time smartphone cameras are taking it’s position. Read about 10 Most Expensive DSLR Cameras in 2017.
As the DSLR cameras become more affordable, awareness about photography will increase. For many of the new DSLR owners it’s a medium to get good and bokehlicious photographs for their social media profiles. True photographers care more about the ‘art’ part of photography. In-fact a lot of photographers are more comfortable behind the camera than being in front of it. Behind the camera is their comfort zone.
There are still a lot of professional DSLR cameras which are out of reach of hobbyist and amateur photographers. They are usually used by elite photographers who do not want to compromise on the outlook of being a professional or want to give the best possible photograph to their client.
Here are 10 Most Expensive DSLR cameras used by professional photographers. In this list we are not including collector items and antique cameras which may cost millions of dollars. We are focusing only on the camera used by the professionals on day to day basis for their work. Also we are not including the expensive rangefinder cameras like the Leica M9 and others.
Nikon D810 at number 10? Surprised? Don’t be. There are 9 more to go in this list of Top 10 most expensive DSLR cameras. Nikon D810 was launched in the year 2014 and is soon to be replaced by newer model. You can read more about it here. Nikon D810 is a professional DSLR camera from Nikon and is very popular among the pro photographer community. Nikon D810 boasts a 36.3 MP FX-format CMOS sensor without an Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF). The camera is equipped with professional video and audio capabilities.