Sony Alpha SLT-A37 is a smart DSLR camera with translucent mirror mechanisms. In addition it has 16.1 MP CMOS sensor and often used with 18-55 mm or 18-135 mm lens. Alpha SLT-A37 generally does all the processing that requires to take a clear shot in less than a second. Continues shooting rate is 5.5fps and take only 2/10 seconds to make a shot in good light conditions. With stylish body, electronic view finder, phase detection auto focus system Sony Alpha SLT-A37 is one of the best DSLR cameras for beginners.
This DSLR camera is equipped with a LCD that posses 460,000 effective pixels, new generation TruePic V Image Processor, both SDHC and SDXC memory card slots and specially an option they called as Live Guide control that allows photographers to see the exact look of how the picture will be (before actually taking the photo). Olympus E-PL2 makes it possible in both ways, manual and auto settings. When using the auto mode, the camera will make all the adjustments that need to be done to take an optimum photo in different environments and situations. Interchangeable lens and 12.3 MP CMOS sensor, newer BLESS-5 lithium-ion battery and HAD video facility also comes with the Olympus E-PL.
Nikon have wide range of DSLR cameras for beginners. One of the best is D5200 which includes 24.1 MP CMOS sensor. Available and compatible with several types of lens and has a developed view finder. Video also works well with Nikon D5200 while providing the ability to take shots faster. General continues-shooting rate for the camera is 5.1fps (JPEG) with the increased performance of auto focusing system. Even D5200 create slightly dark exposures in some rare cases, overall exposure and dynamics are well over the standard.