Five Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019/20

In order to become a perfect wedding photographer, you need to have enough skill, talent and of course patience. Basically, in wedding photography, you need to be very alert to capture each and every emotion and the traditional ceremonies as well. A good wedding photographer needs some good types of equipment along with best DSLR for wedding photography to preserve the best moment. Therefore you have to choose the best DSLR camera as per your needs.

Which is the Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019?

Cameras like Canon 5d Mark IV and Nikon D850 are the best option as per quality. However, it is not mandatory that you must use these DSLR cameras for wedding photography. Lots of options available in the current market to choose one perfect DSLR for wedding photography.

Do you know what are the things you need to consider buying a DSLR for wedding photography?

Pirce, yes! you need to expend Rupees one lakh ten thousand to three lakhs Indian rupees for a good DSLR camera for wedding photography. If you want to buy a Pro Flagship DSLR like Nikon D5 You need to expend more.

In the event that you have the expertise and capacity, you can shoot a wedding with practically any camera gear. In any case, having quicker, increasingly solid and better quality hardware will make your life as a wedding picture taker simpler and progressively productive.

Here are our top picks for wedding photography

Sony A7III (The no 1 Bestselling Mirrorless camera in Amazon)

As the freshest camera on this rundown, it makes sense that the Sony a7 III ought to be stuffed with the best in class innovation on offer to wedding picture takers in 2019.

Notwithstanding, one charming amazement that has made more picture takers ‘escape’ to Sony than at any other time, is the unfathomably appealing cost of this little mirrorless wonder.

For a little more than two thousand (see the most recent cost here), Sony has made a camera that takes the best highlights from every one of its other progressively costly leader bodies (Sony a7RIII and Sony a9), while enhancing them in a few different ways.

I utilize a Sony a7RIII for wedding photography, yet hate the enormous 42.4MP documents which will in general log jam my altering work process. The Sony a7 III then again offers an increasingly sensible 24.2MP, while additionally offering the equivalent staggering AF execution of the Sony a9… however for a large portion of the cost!

The entire Sony full casing mirrorless camera line-up is truly confounding, with comparative looking bodies and highlights that cover one another.

Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019

All you have to know is this – the Sony a7 III ideas by a long shot the best value for-the-money for wedding picture takers. It utilizes every one of the benefits of mirrorless cameras over DSLRs and offers more than some other camera available today.

While the other Sony full casing mirrorless cameras are additionally some the best cameras for wedding photography, it’s the Sony a7 III that will speak to the majority. The main issue will get your hands on one! (Snap here to submit a back-request in the event that you can’t discover it in stock).

Having the option to put your AF point over 93% of the picture region means cloud organizations are made a lot simpler, without depending on the center recompose procedure.

693 stage and 425 balance AF focuses joined with 10FPS and Sony’s amazing Eye AF (see a clarification in this Sony a7R III survey) implies you’ll never miss concentrate again.

At that point, there’s the unfathomable high ISO execution, 5-hub in-self-perception adjustment, enduring battery, 4K2 video, contact/tilting LCD screen and different class-driving capacities that make this the best wedding photography camera accessible today.

Exchanging camera frameworks has consistently been hard, due in most part to the huge capital expense required to make the hop. In any case, with the Sony a7 III and a determination of reasonable Sony e-mount focal points, 2019 appears to be one more year that Sony overwhelms the (mirrorless) wedding photography gear industry.


Nikon Z7 as a Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography

NikonZ7 Review
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As I’m only a stills picture taker I will concentrate just on the photography side of this camera.


In conclusion, as I possess a Sony A7 III (that I use for my own stuff) I will analyze the two bodies once in a while in the audit, just to underline the fundamental contrasts between these two frameworks (without concentrating on the picture quality as these two are not carefully similar).

I know a Nikon Z7 versus Sony a7 III correlation may not be reasonable, yet I think despite everything it might be of assistance to those settling on these two cameras, the Sony A7R III or even the Nikon Z6.

Nikon Z7 Review No 2nd SD Card Slot!


Taking a gander at the specs of this new Nikon Z7, I should admit my absolute first considerations were a blend of dissatisfaction and incomprehension. That is to say, Nikon: WTF. One space… would you say you are not kidding?

At that point, in the next days, I began to discover an explanation for this decision. In a previous couple of years, Nikon and Canon forced that a camera must have two openings to be considered as ‘expert’ grade, paying little respect to the various specs.

It could be a mirrorless or a DSLR camera, full casing or APS-C, however, on the off chance that it’s not furnished with several card openings – regardless of the sort of memory cards it can hold – it can’t be called ‘Genius’.

Indeed, even Fuji and Sony have outfitted their most recent cameras with double openings. In the event that Nikon’s kin chose to go with a solitary space, there must be a strong purpose for this decision.

[Related: Nikon D850 review]

I was an architect and a venture administrator in my past life, (until 3 years back), and attempted to take advantage of my past profession to comprehend the “WHY”.

My thinking is that Nikon needs to sell the Z6/Z7 to individuals who are beginners/photograph devotees/prosumers – or to some expert picture taker whose goal isn’t to supplant his camera however to coordinate his gear; this without murdering its DSLR advertise (the Nikon D850 is frequently sold out, even at this point).

Taking a gander at the past, we find that Nikon DSLRs have an actual existence cycle that endures from a few years before they leave generation. The Nikon D850, in any case, had been out only one year at the season of the Z6/Z7 dispatch.

This implies Nikon most likely didn’t pay back their underlying speculation. Putting the Z arrangement in a direct challenge with the D850, not exclusively would have implied killing that camera, however, the principal outcome would have been filling the recycled market with “nearly fresh out of the box new” cameras, making their costs drop drastically.

Another great point: the Z arrangement depends on an absolutely new rib/stage, with a ton of fresh out of the box new segments grew solely for this camera. Neither Sony nor Fuji began with an expert camera, rather picking up trust in the mirrorless market specialty a great many releases.

It could be conceivable that Nikon would not like to put the hazardous ‘beta stage’ on the expert picture takers’ shoulders.

Having said that, I began to consider this camera like an astounding prosumer bit of rigging that can be utilized for some expert assignments, rather than as a sort of “lead” mirrorless camera set up together with inappropriate specs.

In the event that you need to skirt the Nikon Z7 audit underneath, here’s my rundown: I’m considering selling my Sony A7III to get one of these wonders. Inquisitive to know why? How about we make a plunge!

Nikon Z7  Specifications

Above all else, we should view the most significant highlights that are in the Nikon Z7. In the event that you need to go further in the issue if you don’t mind view the information sheet on the Nikon site


45.7MP full casing Backlit CMOS sensor (like D850)

3.2-in., approx. 2100k-speck tilting TFT contact touchy. Completely practical touchscreen: bolsters contact AF, contact shade and contact menu

Electronic viewfinder: 1.27-cm/0.5-in., approx. 3690k-spot (Quad VGA) OLED with shading parity and auto and 11-level manual brilliance controls; 100% edge inclusion, 80% amplification

AF framework: 493 center focuses mixture stage location/balance AF with AF help; – 1 to +19 EV (- 4 to +19 EV with low-light AF), approx.. 90%

Screen: Electronically controlled vertical-travel central plane mechanical shade (tried for 200000 cycles); electronic front-drape shade; electronic screen

Vibration Reduction (VR): 5-hub picture sensor move

Enormous, Medium and Small crude organization, 14 or 12-bit, three degrees of pressure

Motion picture: 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD); 30p (dynamic), 25p, 24p; 1920 x 1080; 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p; 1920 x 1080 (slow-mo); 30p x4, 25p x4, 24p x5

Joystick selector

Worked in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

Quiet shooting mode: completely quiet, electronic shade in live view (6 fps quiet shooting)

Local ISO go: 64-25,600

ISO 64 extendable down to ISO 32 (Lo1 = 32, Hi 2 = 108,400)

Up to 9fps burst mode

Memory card space: one XQD

Measurements (Width x Height x Depth): Approx. 134 x 100.5 x 67.5 mm – 5.3 x 4 x 2.7 in.

Approx. Weight: 585 g/1 lb 4.7 oz (camera body just), 675 g/1 lb 7.9 oz with battery and memory card

Manufacture Quality of Nikon Z7

From the absolute first time you hold this camera, you promptly get a profound sentiment of solidarity and unwavering quality – the Nikon Z7 feels simply like a DSLR in your grasp. Additionally, if it’s as little as a Sony A7 III.

It’ s very much adjusted, responsive, and wonderfully developed. It feels intense, similar to some other expert DSLR that Nikon put available.

As per techradar.com


  • Magnesium alloy in top, front and back covers
  • Weather-resistance to D850 standard (at least)
  • 200k-cycle mechanical shutter

The Nikon Z7 is many things, but a looker it is not. With a deep grip and a viewfinder chamber that stands proud of the top plate, the Z7 appears most like the company’s Nikon 1 V2 model, with a little Samsung NX1 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II influence thrown in on top.

Perhaps with the likes of Olympus’s PEN range, Fujifilm’s X series and more left-field options from Leica we’re spoilt for choice these days – but none of this should matter, as handling and operation should always trump mere looks.

And once you start using the Z7, you can see just why Nikon has made the decisions it has. While things are a little different from the usual DSLR setup, Nikon has done a great job to maintain what’s great about the models many are already familiar with, while also injecting something more unique to the Z7.

The Z7 makes use of magnesium alloy in its top, front and back covers for rigidity



The Nikon Z7 fits very nicely in the hand. The grip isn’t quite as sculpted as on some other models such as the Pentax K-1 Mark II, but it still feels very comfortable in the hand. Those with larger hands may find their little finger just hangs a little off the bottom, but otherwise there’s just about enough space. Plenty of rubber is used around the grip and backplate, and the hump on the side of the body allows you to open the card compartment gives the thumb something to push against when holding the camera for extra security.”

Review Nikon Z7 | Ergonomics, Handling and Controls

The Nikon Z7 is plainly a Nikon camera, and in case you’re originating from one of their DSLRs you will feel comfortable.

The first occasion when I put my hands on it I thought it was path greater than my Sony. The initial introduction is that it’s more similar to the Nikon D850 than the Sony A7 III.

Be that as it may, taking a gander at the datasheet, the measurements and weight are very the equivalents.

Things being what they are, for what reason does the Nikon Z7 handle such a great amount of superior to the Sony? That is to say, it’s not on the grounds that it has a somewhat greater hold…

I began to break down the two bodies and found there are two viewpoints that, as I would see it, have a significant effect.

The primary huge one is the elastic Nikon is utilizing. As on their expert DSLRs, the elastic here is less smooth contrast with the elastic on the Sony and gives much more grasp when in contact with your hands.

What’s more, the camera body is wrapped totally with an elastic covering, while on the Sony A7 III you are in direct contact with the metal body at different focuses on the camera (the zone where the fingers meet the camera are influenced the most).

The other distinction is the manner in which the hold is planned. On the Nikon Z7 there is considerably more space for your correct thumb, and all the more critically, the shade discharge catch is put 6 or 7mm higher – this gives the client a more grounded sentiment of control and a great deal of certainty with regards to changing the manner in which you hold the camera.

The two frameworks have nearly similar catches and dials, yet you can locate a couple of contrasts.

The Nikon Z7 mode dial, for instance, is on the left half of the camera – this makes it simpler to work while shooting, and it includes a focal catch that should be held down for the dial to be pivoted, avoiding any unplanned setting changes.

Where Sony put its mode dial, on the Nikon Z7 you locate a delightful top plate OLED show that demonstrates the most significant settings.

Both have a cross-selector, a joystick, two dials to control opening and shade speed freely, and a FN (A7)/I (Z7) catch to review on the screen an adjustable menu (that is contact touchy on the Z7) with the twelve capacities you utilize all the more much of the time.

On the Nikon Z7, presentation remuneration is made in the standard Nikon way, by holding the devoted catch and pivoting the back dial, rather than having a committed dial (that by and by I don’t care for in light of the fact that I generally incidentally turn it).

On the working side, what makes the Sony A7 III give better outcomes regarding client experience is the insane measure of alternatives you can relegate to each adaptable catch. I’ll discuss this more in a bit.

The beneficial thing here is that we have U1/U2/U3 adjustable client bets on the mode dial (the memory banks found on the D850 are not executed), that work similarly we saw on past Nikons like the D750.

I’d like to see a couple of progressively custom catches, perhaps one on the left, where we were accustomed to having the AF control catch, to give the capacity to completely control the camera while shooting, without activities that require more than one extra advance to be initiated.

With the Sonys, I truly value the numerous ways you can work and completely tweak its catches.

On the Sony A7 III you can make three arrangement of capacities (called “Custom Shoot Sets”, near what you can do altering the U1/U2/U3 choices on the mode dial) that you can partner to any camera catch.

For instance, it enables you to appoint a mix of AF, metering, ISO, and different settings to each catch, changing from one set to the next with only one press.

On my Sony A7 III, I designed the following AF to the screen discharge catch, the Eye AF to the AF-ON catch and the AF-S joined with single spot metering on the AEL catch.

This is something I’d like to see on the up and coming age of Nikon mirrorless cameras. You can accomplish something comparative on D5/D850/D500 cameras with the “AF region mode” and “AF region mode + AF-On” alternatives (it licenses you to briefly change from various AF modes – see my D850 audit, in the self-adjust exhibitions section), yet Nikon has overlooked these modes on the Z7.

Then again, a great many people will most likely discover the Nikon Z7 simpler to manage, since you don’t have to invest a huge amount of energy setting up the camera.

Ultimately, we should discuss the menu. The one you find on the Nikon Z7 is really a similar one you were accustomed to seeing on the past DSLR, following a similar structure and shading coding.

In case you’re originating from a D850 – it additionally offers a nearly indistinguishable arrangement of choices.

The menu on the Sony A7 III then again is as yet immense wreckage, and it caused me a cerebral pain for the main week – don’t have the foggiest idea if it’s since I’m utilized to the Nikon menus, however, every one of the individuals I conversed with concurred with me.

On the off chance that you need to comprehend what I mean, perceive how much time it takes you to discover where the damnation the menù thing “position card” is! It’s so somewhere inside the menu framework that on the off chance that you don’t place it in your “my menu” you’ll get lost each and every time.

Viewfinder and Screen Quality | Nikon Z7 Review

With respect to the viewfinder and screen quality, these are a BIG approval. The touchscreen has a similar nature of the one mounted on the D850, if worse.

It likewise appears they have a similar shading constancy/tones and the equivalent marvelous touch capacities. What I see there is incredibly near what I see on my adjusted screens.

On the off chance that you take a gander at the datasheet, the one introduced on the Nikon Z7 has a marginally lower goal, yet considering there is a distinction in the structure factor of the two gadgets, the pixels used to show a photograph is an equivalent.

To give you a superior thought, we’re discussing 2.1M-speck versus a 1.44M on the A7RIII and 0,921M on the Sony A7 III.

The touch-screen is incredible, and it enables you to work any component, from the AF point to every menu and sub-menu thing, just as zooming and exploring through pictures in playback mode.

Contrasted with Sony, it appears at any rate one age ahead (Sony’s one just reacts to a portion of your contacts, similar to when you need to center).

On the off chance that I should discover a “con”, it is somewhat terrible that while forming the casing through the viewfinder there’s impossible to utilize the back LCD as a track-cushion to control the AF point, which is an element Sony really has.

An inquisitive thing I saw is that the tilting LCD developments on the Nikon Z7 are really equivalent to the Sony A7 III. Along these lines, rather than reproducing the ideal influence you find on the D850 – a 90° descending revolution – they utilized a similar arrangement you find on the A7III, with 90° upwards and just around 40° downwards (see picture above).

As for the EVF, it’s basically the best one I’ve at any point seen. It appears Nikon attempted in the advancement of this element, taking into account that (based on their announcements made previously), having an ideal viewfinder experience was perhaps the greatest concern.

You can see a tad of slack on the off chance that you do brisk panning particularly in low light, yet separated from that it’s a great gadget, worked around a 3.69M-spot show that appears to utilize the entire goals both to center and to survey the pictures (a few contenders drop to a less point by point see in certain conditions, similar to the Sony A7 III appears to do when centering).

Capacity and Battery | Nikon Z7 Review

I’ve just discussed it in my introduction, however, the single card space sounds like Nikon is stating “we would prefer not to battle on the master showcase”.

As a wedding picture taker, I will never work without a moment reinforcement. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you work in various fields you do have the worked in Wi-Fi/Bluetooth choice (at up to approx. 433 Mbps) that can help in getting the errand of moment reinforcement done.

In the event that you shoot style, picture, scenes – or anything that doesn’t include many photographs every hour – you can associate the Nikon Z7 to your system or make an immediate association with your workstation, just as to your tablet or telephones. At that point, you can send your documents there (stills + video) browsing a lot of choices, from the full RAW record to a little 2-megapixel jpeg.

With respect to the battery life, we as a whole realize that the CIPA test is classes from genuine situations, and essentially their test figure of just 330 shots amounts to nothing.

After two of the different sessions I did, I viewed the battery data on the Nikon Z7. The first occasion when I took 1,096 shots with 46% of battery life staying (in around 3 hours, with a ton of looking over/zooming/audit activities, contact screen “ON”). Some other time I shot 644 photographs with 74% residual (two or three hours shooting, contact screen “ON”).

As I stated, far, far away from that 330 photographs the datasheet says, wouldn’t you say?!

Nikon Z7 Review | FPS and Buffer

This is another viewpoint that underlines how Nikon’s expectation with this camera was not to contend on the export market, from my perspective in any event.

Originating from a Nikon D850, with which you can shoot 170 RAW 12-bit packed documents utilizing a solitary XQD (and – from my test – 42 edges utilizing a RAW reinforcement on the subsequent opening), it’s simply inconceivable that here you can get just roughly 26 casings of a 12-bit RAW records, and around 18 of a 14-bit RAW documents (as indicated by their pamphlet: “ceaseless taking shots at 9 fps keeps going approx. 2.5 s in 12-bit RAW”).

Alright, the D850 has a most extreme edge pace of 7 fps rather than 9fps, yet the thing that matters is immense. What’s more, the burst mode has a couple of more restrictions, as should be obvious in the tech specs:

Rapid consistent: 5.5 fps (14-bit NEF/RAW: 5 fps)

Rapid consistent (broadened): 9 fps (14-bit NEF/RAW: 8 fps; AE is fixed at the principal outline)

Contrasting the Nikon Z7 with Sony cameras, the A7R-III can shoot 30 uncompressed 14 bit RAW at 9 fps, while the A7-III can take a similar 30 uncompressed 14-bit RAW at roughly 10 fps (source: Imaging Resource).

Anyway, the outcomes you get with the Z7 are sufficient to do nearly everything, except in specific cases, a “Professional” may anticipate something more from his gear (having said that, the additional a large portion of a moment of burst mode that Sony gives you shooting uncompressed RAW records in these cases may not be sufficient either).

FTZ Mount Adapter Nikon Z7 Review

The Nikon FTZ mount connector is the extension between the bigger Z Mount and all the F-Mount NIKKOR focal points, keeping up all the AF/AE capacities on around 90 of them (AF-S/AF-P).

On the focal points I tried, the AF performs similarly it does on DSLR cameras. Due to the crossover framework, the ceaseless AF on this camera utilizes an alternate working procedure in obtaining center, turning out that focal points become somewhat noisier while persistently moving to keep up the attention on the picked subject.

Aside from this, I didn’t locate any serious issue, however, with the additional advantages of the camera’s worked in VR picture adjustment.

Conclusions Nikon Z7 Review

This Nikon Z7 is an amazing camera, especially if you think of it as the first piece of the puzzle, rather than the flagship mirrorless camera from Nikon.

It does have some limits, but only if you want to use it for certain professional tasks like wedding photography, such as in my case.

I work mostly alone, and 50% of the time I’m not supported by a videographer, meaning I’m the only professional photographer covering the event. As I said I can’t think to work with a single slot for even a moment, despite the fact that XQD cards are way more reliable than SD cards and also the fact that I’m using two cameras.

If I could work in a team of two or more, I would seriously think about using the Nikon Z7 to shoot weddings.

After a couple of days, I was doing everything I do with my D850, but faster (except changing configuration), lighter and having more fun.
Build quality, ergonomics, and handling are probably the best I’ve ever felt. The Nikon Z7 is the only mirrorless that weighs and acts like a mirrorless camera, but at the same time is as comfortable to use as a DSLR.

Touchscreen and viewfinder are also top-notch. Autofocus is fast and reliable, but you need to learn how to get the most from it, particularly in tracking mode. As soon as you get used to the way it works, you will agree with me about its performance. Unfortunately, it becomes increasingly uncertain in low light and sometimes it hunts a bit too much (i.e. in candlelight). There is a low light option, but it’s not for you if you need to be fast.

If you use face recognition it continues to track the subject in a pretty decent way, even in very low light – look at the night portrait of my daughter, running – with the FTZ mount.

The FTZ mount, allows you to use virtually any F-mount lens you own. I tested it with few of them (58mm f/1.4G, 28mm f/1.4E, 24-120mm f/4, 50mm f/1.4G) and they perform nearly identically as they do on the D850 (if not faster!).

This camera has a lot of features I didn’t talk about, like an intervalometer, awesome video capabilities (it seems there the AF gives its very best), mechanical in-body stabilization.

So in summary, what’s missing on the Nikon Z7 to compete with the best full-frame cameras? A second slot, more AF options (like Eye-AF), more button configuration options, a global shutter (please Nikon!!), and a more capable buffer.

However, none of these limits stopped me from getting the shot, each and every time. If you would like to buy this camera, just do it. The price is high, but there is so much inside this small body (especially if you’re already a Nikon user) that you will not be disappointed!

Buy Nikon Z7 at Amazon


Nikon Z6

Nikon D850

Canon 5dMK4


Conclusion on Five Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019/20

As per our choice, Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019 is Nikon D850

[Related: Nikon D850 review]

Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography 2019

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