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which of the best digital
Many people have taken interest in photography because digital cameras have made it easy for
anyone to take great photos. In the same vein, digital cameras make it possible for many people
to fake their photography skills. Nonetheless, when it comes to hobbies, photography has many
rewards.
First things first, you'll want to determine the type of camera you would like to use. If you'd like to
be able to take great photos, a digital SLR camera is a better choice than a point-and-shoot
camera that you're likely used to. Below is information on some of the top-rated DSLR cameras
and tips to help you pick the right one.
If you're a novice photographer, a good camera for you is the Nikon D5100 with the 18055mm
lens. Compared to the fancier models, the Nikon D5100 is affordable, costing under $1000. It has
an incredibly practical features set that makes it easier for people who are used to simple point
and shoot snapshot cameras to make the transition to manual photography. The one major issue
with this DSLR, though, is that just like most of the other Nikon cameras, it's got a problem with
lag so it's not the best camera for shooting motion-based shots.
A top-rated digital SLR for people who are new to manual photography is the Canon Rebel XS.
For less than $500, you can own this camera. It's the ideal camera for you if you want to learn
manual photography basics before investing in the costlier and more complicated models. A
couple of downsides, though -- the viewfinder display is annoying and its design doesn't really
measure up to the competition.
Nevertheless, it's a DSLR camera worth getting if you're ready to move from a point-and-shoot
camera, as it takes high quality photos.
It's important for you to realize that there isn't a digital SLR camera that will be able to meet all of
your criteria. The first thing you need to do is determine what kind of photography you want to do
because that will determine the features you want in camera as well as the lenses you need to
use. For instance, there's a difference between sports photography and portrait photography so
naturally you'll want to get a camera with the appropriate features for either.
The same goes for standard photography and macro photography. Be sure about what you're
interested in learning first and then shop for the DSLR camera that is best suited for that. Once
you've gotten comfortable in a particular aspect of photography, you can slowly expand your
repertoire.
It can be a challenge to pick out the right digital SLR camera for you. There are so many brands,
models and features to choose from. If you remember to apply the tips we gave you in this article,
you'll be able to further narrow down your choices. It's crucial that you do some research on any
and every camera you are interested in. The camera you purchase should be one that makes you
happy -- it's the one that meets all your photography needs.


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