A Full Guide to Purchase A DSLR Camera

Author:Jake | TIME:December 08,2017


The old fashion style point-and-shoot camera is not easy to control for most of us. It requires professional skills to produce good enough images. Compare to a point-to-shoot camera, a DSLR camera is a lot easier to operate while enabling you to get better quality photos. A DSLR camera offers far more manul control, bigger sensors and interchangeable lenses, which makes it more powerful.

 

With so many digital SLR cameras out there in the market, it’s never easy to pick up one from the thousand. There are a lot of things to consider to buy a cost-effective DSLR camera. If you don’t know too much about these factors, you may not get the best of it but instead, stand to lose something. And to help you walk through this complex purchase process, below we will show you what important things you should take into consideration.

 

 

Pricing & Your Budget

The prices of different DSLR cameras can be various and the difference can very large. In general, expensive cameras are better than the cheaper ones, but this is not always the case. So if you have an abundant budget, the expensive ones might be good choices. But if you have a limited budget on the purchase, then you will need to evaluate more things.

 

 

Ability to Change Lenses & Depth of Field

A DSLR camera can be “armed” with a wide range of lens while a point and shoot device has only an integrated general purpose lens. The changeable lens for different needs make it much easier to get quality photos. The DSLR enables you to change the depth of field and you can control the background blur on your photographs (also known as “Bokeh“), from smooth to harsh, which makes them more attractive.

 

 

Overall Better Image Quality

DSLR camera has a bigger sensor than a point and shoot, which reduces noise but offers faster speeds and better image quality.

 

 

Full Control of the DSLR Camera 

While only some of the new point and shoot cameras have a good number of manual controls, DSLR cameras offer you the most ability to control the camera. You can customize everything from ISO to focus points and even create your own custom layouts.

 

 

Must Haves While Buying A DSLR

· A decent camera bag that can hold your DSLR along with two or more lenses. 

· At least one extra camera battery.

· At least one extra memory card, preferably 2 GB or more. 

· A clear filter to protect your lens.

· A good lens cleaning kit. Some microfiber cloth along with a lens cleaning fluid is a must have to keep your gear clean. Nothing hurts pictures like greasy fingerprints on your lenses.

· An absolute must have is the Giottos Rocket Blower to blow the dust out of your lenses and your camera sensor.

 


And taking all above into consideration, we’ve assembled a list of 5 best DSLR cameras that are worth buying.

 


5 Best DSLR Cameras to Buy

 

1512725488828967.jpgCanon EOS Rebel T5 Digital SLR Camera Kit

· 18 megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with DIGIC 4 image processor

· EF-S 18-55mm IS II standard zoom lens expands picture-taking possibilities

· 3-inch LCD TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor for easy viewing and sharing

· EOS 1080p full HD movie mode helps you capture brilliant results

· Features include continuous shooting up to 3fps, Scene Intelligent Auto mode, creative filers, built-in flash and feature guide

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2.jpgCanon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit

· 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) image sensor and high-performance DIGIC 4+ Image Processor for excellent speed and quality

· ISO 100-6400 (expandable to H: 12800) for shooting from bright light to low light

· Built-in Wi-Fi* and NFC** connectivity provide easy sharing to compatible smart devices, select social media sites and the Canon Connect Station CS100 device

· 9‐point AF system (including one center cross‐type AF point) and AI Servo AF provide impressive autofocus performance with accurate results

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3.jpgSony Alpha a6300 Mirrorless Digital Camera

· World’s fastest Auto Focus speed (0.05 sec.)

· 24.2 MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor w/ accelerated readout

· Up to 11fps continuous shooting w/Auto Focus and Exposure

· Internal UHD 4K30 & 1080p120 Recording

· Weather-Sealed Magnesium Alloy Body

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4.jpgSony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digitial Camera

· 24 MP APS-C CMOS sensor and Focus Sensitivity Range :EV 0 to EV 20 (at ISO 100 equivalent with F2.8 lens attached)

· ISO 100-25600 (expandable to 51200)

· Hybrid AF with 179-point focal plane phase-detection and 25 contrast detect points

· Up to 11 FPS continious shooting

· 3-inch tilting LCD with 921,000 dots

· OLED electronic viewfinder with 100% coverage and 1.4 million dots

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1512725550905682.jpgNikon D3400 DSLR Camera

· Snap Bridge Bluetooth Connectivity

· 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor

· EXPEED 4 Image Processor

· No Optical Low-Pass Filter

· Native ISO 100-25600; 5 fps Shooting. Compatibility information: C firmware v. 1.10 and later ( released August 31, 2016 )

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