Introduction Of Digital SLR Photography

by Jinhan
Article by Siong Chen According to the psychologists, people tend to get visually inclined nowadays. Most of us prefer to use our eyes to get the message from others. However, we wish to preserve the beautiful things to see and analyze too. How can we do it? We can use the camera to help us to do so. When talking about the camera, it has been a trend for us to talk about digital SLR cameras. Yet, not many people know exactly what are the digital SLR camera and photography. Therefore, I will share with you all a little bit about the introduction of digital SLR photography. SLR is the abbreviation of Single Lens Reflex. SLR cameras are the cameras with single lens reflex feature. Many photographers especially the professional photographers start to use SLR cameras to shoot the best quality of the images. It makes use of mirror to reflect light entering the lens up into the eye piece or the viewfinder. So, the photographer can manipulate how the image or picture will look like. Furthermore, the lenses of SLR camera are interchangeable. It is good for many applications either for long distance telephoto photography or close-up macro photography. This is the best feature of this SLR camera. How about the digital SLR (dSLR) camera? It depends on lenses and mirror and optical capabilities to deliver the top quality of image. Yet, a dSLR camera uses light sensor chips and digital memory cards instead of films. It is a computerized version of the SLR camera. Below are the differences and comparison between dSLR camera and point and shoot cameras: 1. DSLR cameras use interchangeable lenses for better resolution. 2. Any picture we take by using dSLR cameras is usually crisper, cleaner and fine upon reproduction. 3. DSLR cameras have higher speed when it comes to focusing and pictures capturing. 4. DSLR cameras perform better at low lighting conditions by using ISO speeds as these cameras have lesser granularity. 5. DSLR cameras offer more professional power over depth of field, light and responsiveness. 6. DSLR cameras provide more immediate feedback as they use digital chips or light sensing SSD to translate incoming light rays into digital pictures. 7. DSLR cameras cost more than point and shoot cameras. 8. DSLR cameras are usually heavier than point and shoot cameras. Who should use dSLR cameras? In my opinion, anyone who wishes to have crisper and clearer pictures can really have a dSLR camera either he is a hobbyist or a professional photographer. In addition, anyone who will not bother carrying bigger cameras during trips can really shoot back a lot of top quality photos by using dSLR camera. Like all electronic and computerized gadgets, digital models tend to get cheaper yet better over time. For sure, dSLR cameras will eventually migrate down to consumer cameras: ability to take bursts of 10 frames in a few seconds, quick response time, higher resolution image sensors, and accurate auto-focus, among others. In summary, if you plan to take photography as a profession, practice shooting some shots using professional consumer models and consider budget and quality of lenses before you start capturing. About the Author If you want to know more about dSLR cameras, you may read through Best SLR Camera and Best Value Digital Camera.
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