Four mirrorless cameras under Rs 60,000 that are great alternatives to DSLRs

These days, everyone has easy means to figure out if they not only have the passion, but also the eye for photography. Smartphones have allowed people to explore new avenues with the artform, but if you find yourself tumbling down the photographic rabbit hole, you’ve obviously toyed with the idea of getting a DSLR for yourself. But be warned, as someone who is so used to using compact and incredibly light smartphones to take photos, a DSLR, in contrast, is big and heavy. mirrorless cameras are in some ways, best of both the worlds for the given price. IF you have Rs. 60,000 to spend on a shiny new camera, here are some options, each of them being a great alternative to a full-sized DSLR.

Sony Alpha A6000

The Sony A6000 may be a few years old now, with newer models in the market (which are far more expensive), but it is still very much a wonderful shooting machine. Its 24-megapixel back-side illuminated APS-C sensor has great low light performance.

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