If you’re looking at purchasing a DSLR camera, you’re either a professional photographer or you’re looking to be one! While DSLRs give you fantastic image quality and let you fine tune your camera to the limit, these aren’t recommended for novice photographers. You should check our point and shoot cameras instead! For those looking to get the latest DSLR offerings from the likes of Nikon, Canon and Olympus, you’ve come to the right place! No matter which DSLR camera you need, we’ve got it! Our range goes from the fantastic Nikon Digital SLR D7000 to the Canon EOS 1100D. If those still don’t cut it for you, our Nikon Digital SLR D600 should probably do it for you!
Buying a DSLR can be tricky, given that they’re expensive cameras, you should always ensure that you don’t buy one you don’t really need. You could go for a camera that isn’t too expensive and use the preset modes to shoot while you master the manual settings and you could always upgrade to a more expensive camera later using the same lenses and accessories.
Picking the Right Camera For You
Apart from megapixels and LCD size, there are a number of factors to take into consideration before you go ahead and purchase a DSLR camera. No more how rocky steady your hands are, ensure that your camera has decent image stabilization. Ensure that when you choose your DSLR, the viewfinder suits your requirements. Ensure that the viewfinder is bright, that you can see each edge and that you have no problems focusing. The LCD screen must be bright and as large as possible as well, it gives you a great idea about your final photograph. If you’re looking at a specific-use for your camera, ensure that you’ve got continuous shooting mode if you’re thinking about clicking photographs at sporting events. Video recording is a bonus, but even if you don’t have an option to record video with sound, it isn’t the worst that could happen. The last and one of the most important things to consider about your DSLR however, is to ensure that the battery life is ample.