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  • A Fast and Easy Way to Rent DSLR Cameras

    Professional photographers, serious hobbyists, and those who value high quality images, proven performance, and the broadest selection of native lenses choose DSLR cameras. These Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) systems are tried and true performers that deliver great image quality, especially in challenging, low-light conditions. DSLRs are known for durability, quick focusing, high shutter speeds, long battery life, 4K recording, and adaptability to a wide range of lenses. They allow creative professionals to capture the perfect picture.

    Do DSLRs have any drawbacks? Sure. DSLR camera bodies tend to be physically larger than comparable mirrorless camera bodies and have a higher up-front cost versus most point and shoot cameras. With a plethora of options for equipment, expenses can quickly add up. If there’s a camera you have your sights on purchasing, with BorrowLenses you can try out all kinds of cameras and other equipment before you buy, ensuring you’re thrilled with the gear you add to your kit. DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, and professional cinema cameras – check out all the camera rentals BorrowLenses has to offer.

    Rent the DSLR Camera That’s Right for You

    Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras are the big names in the industry. BorrowLenses carries plenty of these popular DSLRs. Our DSLR camera rental options include:

    - Canon 5D Mark IV This Canon DSLR is loaded with features including a 30.4 MP full frame sensor, 4K video with Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a touchscreen LCD, and dual card slots. The built-in GPS and weather sealing makes this a great tool for travel and lifestyle vlogging. It’s a powerhouse that’s suitable for just about every kind of shooter. It’s fast enough for wildlife and high enough resolution for portraits, all while having great video features.

    - Nikon D850 With a 45.7 MP full frame sensor, the ability to capture 4K video, 153 AF points, a big 3.2” LCD screen, and the same ultra-fast AF system found in the flagship D5, the D850 is a robust multimedia machine that allows artists to incorporate video into their workflows. The high megapixel sensor is an amazing choice for landscapes, portraits, and fine art.

    - Canon 1D X Mark III Canon’s flagship DSLR is a king in the sports world, shooting up to 20 (frames per second) FPS. Featuring a new processor that can read data up to 380x faster and process images 3x quicker than the Canon 1DX Mark II, the 1DX Mark III is the leader in a new era of speed performance. The full frame sensor uses an enhanced Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, which provides smooth, quick, and continuous autofocusing in Live View during video shooting. Record in 5.5K Raw or capture slow motion up to 120 FPS. The 1D X Mark III is a truly remarkable system for professionals and serious hobbyists. 

    - Canon 6D Mark II With a variety of high-quality, approachable features, the 6D Mark II is a practical choice for most subjects. It features a fully-adjustable touchscreen LCD, fast and accurate continuous autofocusing for both video and photo, and Digital IS with 5-axis image stabilization to minimize the appearance of camera shake. The 26.2 MP full frame sensor offers a good signal-to-noise ratio, making it suitable for darker scenes. It also has a fast enough shooting speed for most action sequences. The 6D Mark II is ideal for event shooters, especially those who need to shoot both stills and video footage. It’s also a great choice for vlogging.

    - Nikon D780 This 24.5 MP full frame Nikon DSLR is as agile as it is advanced. Offering shooting speeds up to 12 FPS, dual card slots, a tilting touchscreen LCD, and ISOs up to 204800, the D780 covers anything from wildlife to children’s portraits, afternoon weddings to night sky landscapes. The 4K recording capability also makes it a good b-roll camera for videographers. Packed with tons of automated features, including time-lapse, multiple exposure, and focus stacking, the D780 helps artists really capture the world creatively. 

    Can I Rent a DSLR? 

    Absolutely! You can rent a DSLR for as little as $7 a day, for 3-90 days.

    Get the Most from Your DSLR Camera Rental with All The Right Gear for the Job

    Once you’ve chosen the DSLR that fits your precise purpose, check out our selection of DSLR lenses and rental camera equipment such as tripods, lights, extra batteries, and memory cards to help you have the perfect shoot without breaking the bank.

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