Best Digital Cameras Under Rs.20000- Top 10 Cameras in India


Photography has become super accessible with the amazing advancement of camera smartphones but if u seriously has to take some good pictures you actually need a full-fledged camera. So here are some top 10 cameras under 20,000.

  • Sony Cyber shot DSC-WX80
  • Nikon Coolpix S6500
  • Samsung Smart WB150F
  • Nikon Coolpix AW110
  • Sony Cyber shot DSC-WX300
  • Canon Power shot SX510HS
  • Canon Power shot S110
  • Nikon Cool pix P340
  • Nikon Cool pix S9700
  • Canon Power shot S200

Sony Cyber-shot WX80:


The Sony Cyber-shot WX80 features a 16.2 MP Exmor R CMOS sensor, an 8x optical zoom lens with 16x Clear Image digital zoom and an enhanced Optical Steady Shot image stabilization system. It also offers a 10fps burst shoot mode.

Features such as filters, sweep panorama which can be applied to still as well as movies is a definite plus.

Price: 10,940

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Nikon Coolpix S6500:


The Nikon Coolpix S6500 features a 12x optical zoom lens, a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and a variety of user-friendly features, including five new Glamour Retouch effects. It also includes built-in WiFi compatibility. The Nikon S6500 features a 3-inch LCD screen on the rear side. It boasts of a 7 fps burst shooting mode and supports full HD movie recording mode. It comes with around 20 scene modes, 12 filter modes and even a Glamour retouch mode for beautifying portraits.

Price: 11,950

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Samsung Smart WB150F:


The Samsung WB150F is a 14.2 megapixel compact camera with the company’s own BSI CMOS sensor, a 18x, 24-432mm optically-stabilized lens, 720p HD video recording and a 3 inch LCD screen. The WB150F travel-zoom also offers wi-fi capability that allows users to email photos from any hotspot or share them on social networks such as Facebook and Picasa, simultaneous stills and video capture and an HDMI port, advanced A/S/M shooting modes for the more experienced user, auto modes for the beginner, Live Panorama mode and a range of creative filters and effects.

Price: 14,990

Nikon Coolpix AW110:


The Nikon Coolpix AW110 features a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, OLED screen and a 28-140mm equivalent stabilized zoom. It's waterproof to 18m (59ft), shockproof from a height of 2m (6.7ft), and freeze proof to 14°F . The AW110 also has built-in Wi-Fi that will connect to any compatible smartphone or tablet and GPS mapping.

The GPS interfaces with Google Earth, has an electronic compass, maps, and points of interest such as scenic outlooks and landmarks.

Price: 16,950

Sony Cyber Shot DSC-WX300:


At the time of its announcement the 18MP Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX300 was the worlds smallest and lightest compact with a powerful 20x optical zoom, enhanced image stabilization and speedy autofocus. It weighs just 166 gms with the battery which is quite light as compared to the other cameras seen above.

Housing an 18.2MP Exmor R sensor along with the BIONZ image processor, the Sony WX300 lacks fully manual shooting modes. It is safe to assume that the WX300 is targetted at the casual users, who want a good-looking camera which is easy to carry around and offers higher optical zoom range while offering decent images. Features such as full HD movie shooting mode and wireless functionality are like an added benefit on this camera.

Price: 17,990

Canon Power shot SX510HS:


The Power Shot SX510 HS improves over its SX500 predecessor with an upgraded “HS” high-sensitivity CMOS sensor, rather than a CCD. With its 30x optical zoom, starting at the 24mm wide angle, users get a flexible super zoom. The camera’s Zoom Framing Assist feature automatically maintains the correct distance from the subject using a face recognition sensor to track and capture subjects. The Zoom Framing feature works in both still and video modes. Another new addition is built-in Wi-Fi, allowing users to share wirelessly to social media. Users can also upload images from almost anywhere via their compatible iOS or Android device with the download of the free Canon Camera Window app.

Price: 17,995

Canon Power shot S110:


The S110 is a relatively gentle update of the S100, with the guts of the camera – the lens, sensor and image processor – staying essentially the same. So it still uses a 12MP 1/1.7 Canon-made 'High Sensitivity CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 image processor, and 24-120mm equivalent lens offering a usefully-fast F2.0 aperture at wide angle, but distinctly slow F5.9 at telephoto. The camera& control layout is identical too, including the excellent and much-copied programmable control dial around the lens. The main additions are a smartphone-like multi-touch capacitative touchscreen, along with this year's must-have feature, integrated WiFi connectivity.

Price: 17,995

Nikon Coolpix P340:


The Coolpix P340 is Nikon's latest pocket enthusiast camera that now includes built-in Wi-Fi. It features a large 1/1.7 12.2-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, full manual controls (P, S, A, M) and Raw image capture. The P340 has a versatile 5x (24-120mm equivalent) wide-angle to telephoto zoom range plus 10x Dynamic Fine Zoom and a fast F/1.8 maximum aperture lens with Lens Shift VR image stabilizations.

Price: 18,950

Nikon Coolpix S9700:


The Nikon Coolpix S9700 is a slim-bodied 30x compact super zoom with a zoom range of 25-750mm (equivalent), a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and built-in Wi-Fi with GPS location tagging. The Nikon S9700 is ideal for those of you who are into landscapes and wildlife photography. Housing a 16MP CMOS sensor, featuring all manual modes, full HD shooting mode, makes the S9700 interesting. Add the on- board GPS and wireless functionality and you have a complete package in this compact camera. If you want most of the features within the S9700 except for the GPS function and around 22x optical zoom.

Price: 18,950

Canon Power shot S200:


The Power Shot S200 is a cheaper version of the S110, utilizing a 10.1 megapixel CCD instead of a 12MP CMOS sensor. It does, however, retain the same F2.0-5.9, 24-120mm lens as the S110 with lens-shift image stabilization. The S200 also features a 3 LCD with 461k dots, manual exposure controls, and built-in Wi-Fi. Keeping with the 'step down' theme from the S110, the S200 only records 720p video and lacks Raw support. The S200 is available in black and white.

Price: 19,995

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