What Is A Digital Slr Camera

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Find a Digital SLR Camera in 4 Easy Steps

Find the best digital SLR camera, lenses and accessories with help from the Digital SLR Guide.

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Amazon.com: Canon EOS Rebel T3 12.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with 18-55mm IS II Lens and EOS HD Movie Mode (Black): Rosewill: Camera & Photo

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Find a Digital SLR Camera in 4 Easy Steps

Find the best digital SLR camera, lenses and accessories with help from the Digital SLR Guide.

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Digital SLR Camera Guide

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Q&A:

Dandie Lyon asked What is a good digital SLR camera for beginners?

I would like buy a digital SLR camera for my husband for Christmas this year. I would like to spend less than $700 or not much more.
I’m not sure which camera would be best suited for us.
At Best Buy, the salesman recommended the Nikon SLR D40 – should I be concerned that it’s only 6 megapixles?
What camera would you recommend I get?
(If it would be super if you could provide a link to the camera you recommend!)

Thanks!

And got the following answer:

I would suggest that you check out the Digital SLR Guide website –

http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/index.html

They are geared toward matching a user to an appropriate DSLR using a step by step approach to finding a good match. They provide a number of valuable tools to help sort out the huge amount of information put out by the camera makers. Their business model is to sell inexpensive on-line photography courses to users so they provide good guidance in the hopes of gaining customers who want to get the most out of a DSLR.

They also seem to provide pretty good reviews of various cameras and up to date news on product releases & problems.

A 6MP camera will be fine, check out the information from DSLR guide on this topic –

http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/define-megapixels.html

HTH. Good luck. Email me if you have specific questions.

mam23yay! asked what is a good starting out digital SLR camera to purchase?

i am looking to buy a digital SLR camera preferably a nikon. is the nikon D90 a good fit? it is really expensive. my other option is the least expensive one from canon… any ideas? pros? cons? of each one? this is my first time buying an SLR camera. thanks!

And got the following answer:

for starting out I suggest four cameras for you to choose from. If you are a beginner, the D90 will prove too much for you to handle, and is probably more then you want to spend as your first DSLR camera.

the four cameras are as followed:
Nikon D3000
Nikon D3100
Canon Rebel Xs
Canon Rebel Xsi

these cameras are between $500-$700, the D3100 being the best as it has the best sensors, but it is also the most expensive out of the group.

Do look at taking a photography class to help explain how to change ISO, Shutter speed, and Aperture accordingly. Expect to pay $550 at the least for an adequate setup.

cookie asked What digital SLR camera is a good buy? inexpensive and good quality?

I want to get a digital SLR camera to play with photography. My point and shoot digital camera doesn’t give me depth of field, pictures look flat.

What digital SLR camera is not that expensive but gives you good quality of photos?

And got the following answer:

Any Digital SLR will run you 700+.
I suggest starting with a film SLR.
Find one on ebay for under $100.
Shoots great and you learn a lot more than the automatic digital help that many digital SLRs have.

Then once you feel that photography is actually something worth investing in, then research and find one right for you!

kelly b asked What digital slr camera is best for amateur photographers?

I really want a digital slr camera, but I don’t want to spend a fortune, I’ve been looking at used ones, and refurbished but they’re all so expensive! I’ve been manly looking at getting a canon EOS rebel xs. Is that a decent camera? I currently have a canon regular digital camera and I love it.

And got the following answer:

With DSLR’s your buying into a system and Canon is far and away the most expensive, closely followed by Nikon.

Pentax, Olympus and Sony have many more features. They may be more expensive initially, but a soon as you start adding lenses, flashguns etc. they work out much cheaper for the same or Higher quality. You finish with a much more useful system for less money.

Things to look for are a bright viewfinder, good build quality, adjustments of everyday things such as EV value, focus point, metering mode etc. without having to go into a menu. These are basic to using your camera for anything other than ‘point and shoot’.

Pentax and Sony offer image stabilisation in camera, so every lens you fit is image stabilised without a price premium. Pentax in particular have a massive range of older high quality lenses available for very little, all will be image stabilised.

A second hand Pentax DS, which is now 5 years old, would be available at a lower price than a Nikon D40 or Canon Rebel, and is much more of a camera than either of them, it has a genuine pentaprism in the viewfinder which means a brighter image, much better build quality, the same Sony sensor that was used on the Nikon D80. The only downside is the lack of image stabilisation. Like all Pentax DSLR’s it can operate as a ‘focus trap’ which no other make of DSLR can do.

Chris