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Best DSLR Cameras Under 30000 Rupees That You Can Buy In India

Best DSLR Under 30000

Everyone loves DSLR cameras & there are a lot of people who are getting into DSLR photography every day. But, choosing the perfect DSLR, to begin with, can be a big challenge. You have to know if a particular model is good for exactly what you need. So, how to get out of all this confusion? Well, lucky for you, we have already done most of the work & sorted out the best DSLR cameras under the 30000 rupees price point. You actually don’t need to go higher than that price bracket if you are just starting out. All the Cameras that we mentioned here, include kit lenses so, you don’t need to buy a lens right away. So, let’s look at the options here,

Canon EOS 1500D

As a successor to the Canon 1300D, the Canon 1500D is a great refinement to Canon’s entry-level DSLR line up. The resolution of the sensor & much more has been improved in this version. It now has a 24.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor supporting Canon EF & EF-S lenses with the built-in Canon EF mount. It can shoot 14-bit RAW & has a shutter speed of 1/4000 to 30 seconds. The ISO ranges from 100-6400 and can be pushed to 12800. The 9 auto-focus points include one cross-type so, it should be good for autofocusing in its particular price segment. There is support for 1080P 30 fps video so, that’s no problem either.

As an extra, there is also support for 802.11 Wi-Fi & NFC so, clicking or transferring photos using the Canon smartphone app is also possible. Also, it is about 476 grams heavy so, that’s not an issue as well. The Canon 1500D currently sells for 25.5K & can be purchased from Amazon India.

Nikon D3500

The Nikon D3500 is one of the finest Nikon Cameras to start your DSLR journey with. It has a high-resolution sensor, supports 12-bit RAW shooting, Bluetooth 4.1 and more. To be more specific, there is a 24.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor with Nikon’s DX-format & a Nikon F mount for lenses. It supports shutter speeds from 1/4000 up to 30 seconds, ISO from 100 to 25600 & up to 5 fps shooting. As far video goes, it supports 1080P up to 60 fps in H.264.

The Nikon D3500 weights 415 grams so, it should be pretty easy to carry around. Also, there is a decent amount of controls with the Guide mode so, handling should be pretty easy as well. It is currently selling around 28K & it is available on both Amazon & Flipkart.

Canon EOS 3000D

In case you want something more basic or something for casual occasions, the Canon 3000D might just be the one for you. It keeps the basics in check, provides the complete DSLR experience & gets the job done. It has a slightly lower-res 18 Megapixel CMOS sensor supporting the same Canon EF & EF-S lenses with the built-in Canon EF mount. It can also shoot 14-bit RAW just like the 1500D, has the same shutter speed from 1/4000 to 30 seconds & has an ISO range of 100-6400 (can be extended to 12800). It also shoots at a maximum speed of 3 shots per second & has a total of 9 autofocus points. However, you only get 1080P at 30 frames per second in this one as well.

About handling, there is a decent amount of controls. Oh, and the weight is around 436 grams.  The Canon EOS 300 is currently available at 23K and can be purchased from Flipkart.

The Above listed are some of the best DSLR cameras that you can get and become a Photo Geek Star. Also, there are other options that you can use, but that depends on the situation or criteria you are looking for. If you have any special request let us know, we will guide you on which DSLR to buy.

Best Printers To Use In Your Office In 2019 | The BuyGadget Guide

Choosing a new printer for your office can be rather difficult. Specially when you print a lot of pages everyday, you need to make sure that your printing quality isn’t bad while keeping the cost of printing low. Not all printers can do that. So, we selected the top three printers that are capable of saving money while maintaining the desired quality of documents & images

1. Canon Pixma G2012

The Canon Pixema G2012 is the successor to the popular G2000 & it comes with some useful perks. It’s an ink-tank printer so, it prints way more pages compared to a traditional cartridge based printer. It can print almost 9 pages (8.8 pages) in Black & 5 pages in color within a minute.

This printer is pretty great in terms of print quality of photos & documents. It can print up to 6000 pages in Black or 7000 pages in color with full coverage. The costing is 8 paise for B/W & 21 paise for Color prints.

Check Current Pricing & Buy Canon Pixma G2012

2. Brother DCP-T710W

The Brother DCP-T710W is a better printer with more features but, it’s also slightly expensive compared to the Pixma. It has built in Wi-Fi so, there is literally no need to plug in your PC or you can also print with a smartphone if you want. This is also an ink-tank printer so, it prints a lot of papers with one refill. We don’t have the exact numbers but, shouldn’t be very different from the Pixma.

The printing speed is pretty fast too. 12/10 ipm to be exact. It also has a 150 pages paper tray & support for a 20 sheets auto document feeder that allows scanning & printing of multiple pages at the same operation.

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3. HP 415

The HP 415 is kinda like a middleman between the Brother & the Canon Pixma. It’s an ink-tank printer, of course. But, the form factor is kinda compact & it looks quite elegant. The printing capacity per tank refill is about 6000 pages in B/W & 8000 pages in color. This focuses on quality a lot so, should be good for printing photos & also those deep blacks.

The price sits right between the Pixma & the Brother but, considering that it’s also a wireless printer with all those PC & smartphone perks, it might just be worth it. If you like elegance & you want something more compact, you can have a look at this one.

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Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e On Discount In India – Now Starting At 48000 INR Only

Galaxy S10 Price Crash

Samsung introduced the Galaxy S10 series in India a few months back and a bunch of models are already on discount. Yeah, the Galaxy S10 price crash is real this time. This includes the S10e (6GB, 128GB variant) & both variants of the S10 (8GB, 128GB/512GB).

The S10e was launched initially at 55,900 INR but, right now at discount you can grab it for 50,900 INR on both Flipkart & Amazon. But, if you grab it from Amazon and take it without the No-cost EMI and additional offers, the price comes down to 48,000 only (at the time of writing this article).

Similarly the S10 was launched at 66,900 (128GB) & 84,900 (512GB) INR and right now you can grab it for 61,900 (128GB) & 76,900 (512GB). Both Flipkart & Amazon are offering these discounts. But again, if you grab it from Amazon without the No-cost EMI and additional offers, the price comes down to 57,890 for the 128GB variant & 70,000 for the 512GB variant (at the time of writing this article).

Also Read: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Gets A Massive Price Cut In India

The S10+ isn’t on a huge general discount here but, the Amazon offer still applies. The 128GB variant of the S10+ generally costs 73,900 but, giving up the No-cost EMI & additional offers makes the price come down to 65,950 INR. The 512 GB variant generally costs 91,900 but, without the No-cost EMI & additional offers, the price comes down to 82,900 (at the time of writing this article). The 1TB variant is only available on Flipkart at this time so, no discount offers on that one It’ll cost you 1,17,900 INR as of now.

Where to get these Galaxy S10 Price Crash discounts?

As mentioned earlier, the discounts are available on both Flipkart & Amazon India. However, the extra discount by giving up the No-cost EMI & other additional offers, is only available at Amazon. Find the links to buy the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10+ below,

Buy Galaxy S10 series on Amazon:

Samsung Galaxy S10e on Amazon India

Samsung Galaxy S10 on Amazon India

Galaxy S10+ on Amazon India

Buy Galaxy S10 series on Flipkart:

Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 & S10+ on Flipkart

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Gets A Massive Price Cut In India

Pixel 3 Price Cut

Google Pixel 3A & 3A XL are quite the mid-range contenders with the best Cameras in that segment. They’re the proof of the fact that Google is definitely trying to be competitive with the pricing in India. Well, that may not be the case for the upcoming flagship with Snapdragon 855 but, they’ve lowered the prices of their current flagships by a good margin.

The regular Pixel 3 now starts at 52,499 INR for the 4GB, 64GB Model & the Pixel 3 XL now starts at 54,999 INR for the same configuration. The 4GB, 128GB models of these devices will cost you 58,999 and 65,999 respectively. That’s actually quite a big drop from the initial pricing.

Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL Specifications

  • Display: 5.5 inches FHD+ (Pixel 3), 6.3 inches QHD+ (Pixel 3 XL), AMOLED
  • SOC: 10nm Snapdragon 845
  • Internal Storage: 64GB UFS 2.1
  • Rear Camera(s): 12.2 MP, f-1.8
  • Front Camera: 8MP, f-1.8 + 8MP f-2.2 (wide-angle)
  • Cellular: 4G (eSim compatible)
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4 GHz/5 GHz
  • Bluetooth: 5.0
  • Battery: 2915 mAh (Pixel 3) & 3430 mAh (Pixel 3 XL) (18W, USB Type-C fast charging & Qi Wireless Charging)
  • OS: Android 9 Pie with MIUI 10

We’re not sure if the Pixel 3 price cut on all the models is permanent or temporary but, some of our internal sources claim that Google has permanently slashed the prices. This isn’t surprising though as they also decreased the prices of the Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL last year. However, though the Pixel 3A was cheaper (39,999 INR), many people were not happy of the fact that it was more than 10K INR extra if we compare the price in the US ($399). So, now with the Pixel 3 price cut, Google may finally breathe some fresh air in India. To know more about Google Pixel 3 or XL, you can check other GeekBlogs to know the regular update.

Click Here to buy Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL on Flipkart

What is the cost per conversion?

When you run Pay per Click advertisement, it becomes easy to measure the clicks your ads have generated, your average CPC, and total spend on any of your given campaign. Conversion tracking enables you to see how many of those clicks lead to conversions. You can divide your total spend by the number of conversions using this information to see how much each new lead costs you.

In Google Ads, you can find it under the “Cost/converted click” column.

Now being in the Cost per conversion domain, following are the three techniques you should know but understand how Google Ad Budget works:

Google Ad Budget:

The budget depends on your industry and the average value of the sale. You can actually determine for yourself whether or not your cost per conversion is reasonable. If your company sells $20 shoes, a $45.78 Cost per Click signified a serious loss. But if you are an ads contractor and your work is to sign projects of thousands of dollars, then $45 may seem like a negligible amount to pay in order to get a qualified lead.

Pause Your Low Converting Keywords and Review High-Converting Keywords:

If you are new to Pay per Click or an old buff, you should add it in your priority to review your keywords on a regular basis. Although there is a penalty of information about each keyword so you should check first which keywords are generating conversions and which ones are not.

Once you have successfully identified low-converting keywords in your campaign, examine their total number of clicks. If a keyword has only generated 4 conversions than you may consider pausing it. But to begin with, if it only received 10 clicks, that means a 50% conversion rate, which means that the keyword is actually worth keeping in your campaign.

On the contrary, if there is a keyword that has so far only generated 2 conversions out of 2,000 clicks than pausing it will certainly benefit your campaign.

After you have paused the keywords that are not generating reasonable results for your business, there comes some room in the budget to invest in the keywords that are. Using “Search terms” is one of the best ways to do it. This is like using the tab to learn more about how customers are finding your ads and what search terms they are using to get to you.

You will then have a list of the long-tail keywords used by users to get to your ad and converting. Adding these keywords to your campaign can turn into a great opportunity to target leads at an even lower cost.


Negative keywords act as a shield to prevent you from targeting users most unlikely to become your customers, and every Pay per Click campaign needs to have it. If you don’t have any negative keywords in your campaigns than the best can be to add a few basic negative keywords as quickly as you can.

Beyond the basics of every campaign, you need to consider what you are and are not offering in order to find the right keywords for a better sale. For instance, if your business is an e-commerce store that sells women’s bags, you may choose to exclude users searching for “men’s shirts” or certain brand names that you do not count in your field.


Your conversion rate varies if your landing page is not optimized properly. It is important for you to know what a visitor sees when they click on your Pay Per Click Ads? If you run an e-commerce site, then your landing page should be a product or a category page. If you run a Business to Business company, then your landing pages must contain information about your services or some contact details.

Each of your ads must direct users to a landing page, relevant to their search query and your ad copy while directing them the next step they should take to qualify themselves as customers. If you are directing them to your homepage or some irrelevant content, they will have no other way of converting than. That means your Pay per Click budget will be wasted, even if users had intentions of making a purchase.

PPCexpo Visualize the Wrong Google Ads Spend in Interactive Charts

Nowadays many people are wrong google ads spend so no more. PPCexpo is going to be very easy to judge where were you falling in the last google ads then again you will prepare and go for optimal ads.