Best Cameras Below Rs 20,000 in India With Features & Price

Looking for a camera in sub-Rs 20,000 range? Here are some good options. These cameras are not only good for family photographs, but also for landscapes and scenery.








Looking for a camera in sub-Rs 20,000 range? Here are some good options. These cameras are not only good for family photographs, but also for landscapes and scenery.

1) Nikon Coolpix P530, Rs 16,000

16MP CMOS sensor, 42x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD display, 0.2-inch EVF; aperture: f3(W)-f5.9(T); shutter: 14000s-15s; ISO 100-6400, supports 21 preset scene modes, manual mode; has support for JPEG, WAV, MOV file formats; 1080p30fps video; Li-ion battery (approx 240 shots)

2) Canon Powershot SX530 HS, Rs 17,000

16MP CMOS sensor, 50x optical zoom, 3-inch display, aperture: f3.4(W)-f6.5(T), shutter: 12000s-15s, ISO 100-1600, 13 scene modes, manual mode, JPEG, MP4, 1080p30fps video, Wi-Fi, NFC, Li-ion battery (approx 210 shots)

3) Sony Cybershot DSC-H400, RS 18,000

20MP CCD sensor, 63x optical zoom, 3-inch display, 0.2-inch EVF, f3.4(W)-f6.5(T), shutter: 12000s-30s, ISO 80-3200, 13 scene modes, manual mode, JPEG, MP4 formats, 720p30fps video, Li-ion battery (approx 300 shots)

4) Nikon Coolpix S9900, Rs 14,500

16MP CMOS sensor, 30x optical zoom, 3-inch, swivel display aperture: f3.7(W)-f6.4(T), shutter: 14000s-8s, ISO 125-640, 19 scene modes, manual mode, JPEG, MOV, 1080p30fps video, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, Li-ion battery (approx 300 shots)

5) Canon Powershot SX710 HS, Rs 17,000

20MP CMOS sensor, 30x optical zoom, 3-inch display, aperture: f3.2(W)-f6.9(T), shutter: 13200s-15s, ISO 80-1600, 13 scene modes, manual mode, JPEG, MP4 format, 1080p30fps video, Wi-Fi, NFC, Li-ion battery (approx 230 shots)

6) Sony Cybershot DSC-WX350, Rs 17,000

20MP CMOS sensor, 20x optical zoom, 3-inch display, aperture: f3.5(W)-f6.5(T), shutter: 11600s-4s, ISO 80-12800, 13 scene modes, manual mode, JPEG, MP4 formats, 1080p50fps video | Li-ion battery (approx 470 shots ) 
Note: While shooting at full zoom, it is normal to notice a drop in detail and increase in grain. This will be more visible in low-light scenes and when the image is viewed at actual size. It is recommended to invest in a tripod for steady night shots.

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