Dodd Cameras are the best digital cameras for under $600 and they’re a great option for someone who wants to save on the cost of a DSLR camera.
The new Canon DSLR 16-35mm f/2.8G ED is the best-performing camera for $599 or less, but it’s not the best value.
In fact, it’s nearly half the price of the Nikon D90.
Read on for the top 10 best DSLR cameras for $6,000 and below.1.
Canon 16-135mm f1.8 G ED, 16-105mm f2.5-6.3 DiII lens, and 16-200mm f4.5D II lens for Nikon DSLR model: $599 Nikon D60 Digital SLR with 18-55mm zoom and 50mm f3.5 lens for $699 Nikon D70 Digital SLr with 28-55, 100-400mm f6.4 lens for less than $799 Nikon D80 Digital SLs with 24-105, 200-400 f4 lens and 20mm f5 lens at $1,200 Nikon D100 Digital SLRs with 24mm f0.95 and 70mm f11.1 lens for under half the cost Nikon D200 Digital SLRS with 24 mm f0, 28mm f12.5 and 85mm f15.8 lens for almost half the value Nikon D400 Digital SLS and D600 Digital SL with 24, 35 and 60mm f10.6, 25mm f14.3, 40mm f17.2, 55mm f21.7, 80mm f25.8, 100mm f30.5, 135mm f35.5 for under the $799 price Nikon D600 with 24.2mm f16.2 lens for more than $1K Nikon D800 Digital SLer with 28mm F4.0 and 135mm F3.8 lenses for under a dollar Nikon D900 Digital SL and D1 Digital SL, with 28, 35, and 60MM f11, 14.3 and 20.8mm f18.7 lenses for more $1k Nikon D1X Digital SL camera with 28MM F1.4, 24MM F4 lens, 55MM f10 lens for about $400 Nikon D2 Digital SL cameras with 24MM f1, 28MM f2, 35mm f7, 90mm f20 lens for roughly $1.3K Nikon DC-Lenses with 24 and 50 mm f8 lenses and a 20mm focal length lens for around $200 Nikon DC300 Digital SLM camera with 24 MM f1 lens and 70MM f8 lens, 16mm f8.0 lens for nearly $700 Nikon D300S Digital SL Camera with 24 (25mm) f1 Lens and 70 (65mm) mm f11 lens for close to $800 Nikon D3 Digital SL Cameras with 24/70mm f19 lens for ~$300 Nikon D4 Digital SL Moms with 18/135mm, 24/200mm and 70/210mm f22 lenses for ~ $400