The DSLR with the most megapixels in the world (36.3 MP) has the potential to change photography and HD videography forever. The camera has an improved 51-point auto focus system which ensures that every pixel in the image is sharp and crisp even in low light. With the shutter speed range of 30 seconds to 1/8000 and the maximum ISO range of 6400 ‘monumental images’ would not be a problem with this camera.
Price: R 1,49,950
Look at the price and you would not expect much from this Sony Cybershot. But this point-and-shoot features a 16.1 MP digital camera, 10 x optical zoom and has a gyro sensor onboard. The camera offers four picture effect modes, 360 degree sweep panorama, optical steady shot and intelligent auto mode packed into a small body. Now that is handy.
Price: R 10,900
The Canon 1100D is a perfect DSLR camera for those who wish to try their hand at photography while looking beyond the pocket camera. It has got a 12.2 megapixel APS-C Size CMOS sensor and captures both RAW and JPEG images. The camera has a 2.7 inch display to view pictures and comes with a EF S18-55 IS II kit lens.
Price: R 29,900