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Answer . The focal length is an important consideration because all DSLRs do not have the same size image sensor. For a camera with a full frame sensor, a given focal length will provide a magnification, angle of view and depth of field similar to a 35mm film SLR. For cameras with smaller sensor…s, the magnification is increased by a factor of from 1.3 to 1.6. The angle is more narrow and the depth is likely also affected. This is more bang for the buck if magnification is desirable, but when you need a wide angle, such as a 24 or 35 mm lens, the size factor works against you. So you will get an angle of view more like you would see with a full frame sensor at 35mm x 1.6 or 56mm (not very wide). Fortunately manufacturers have produced a new series of lenses to give an extra wide angle of view for these bodies and sensors. Care must be taken if you plan to use the lens on more than one camera, as some DSLR lenses extend deeper into the body (closer to the path of the mirror) and may not work on all cameras. These will often have some marking to indicate that they are for digital only, which signifies that the dimensions are unique. A good lens for any SLR camera should be sharp and have a useful range of F-stops or apertures. Sharpness is part glass quality, lens shape (Spherical vs aspherical) and number of elements and type of coatings used. Smaller f-stop numbers (or large apertures) give faster shots in lower light and help to blur the background. While the larger number (smallest aperture) determines the maximum depth under any conditions. The widest f-stop will also dictate whether your lens will still auto focus with a tele-extender. So check compatibility. These factors all have to be balanced against the cost and proportions of the lens. A heavy lens may require that a tripod is mounted at the lens instead of the camera. They can be cumbersome and obvious, making it hard to get candid shots. Lenses for full frame bodies tend to be more in the bulky category, but can be worth it. Some 'digital' lenses have an extra coating designed to cut ghost due to the refective nature of the image sensor. There are differing opinions as to whether of not this is necessary. But there do not seem to be disadvantages. Auto focus speed is determined by the type of motor and gears. This also affects cost. The type of mechanism can affect how long your batteries last or whether you have enough battery power for the lens to work as intended. You need fast focus for action shots. Some lenses have image stabilization. Not all stabilization designs are equal and sometimes that feature as already in the body. The filter size is another factor. Does the lens take a filter which is expensive and hard to locate, or is it common and maybe the same size used with your other lenses? Check the location of the manual focus and zoom controls. Are they easy to use? Does the price include a sturdy case and a lens hood? Kind of wordy I know, but there is much to consider. ( Full Answer )
Compact cameras are "point and shoot". SLRs usually require more manual input. In compact cameras, the lens is fixed to the camera. In SLRs, the lens is separate that you have to put on.
The D stands for digital. DSLR's use a digital sensor for saving the image instead of photographic film
it's not necessarily the camera that matters as much as the lens. If you are really into landscape photography you will need a wide angle lens.
Put it in a large bag of rice for four days and take the battery out of the camera (but the battery goes in the rice as well). DO NOT TURN IT ON or try to use a blow dryer. I know it seems a little weird, but it totally works. It worked for me. The rice soaks up the moisture.
Really broad question... what kind of filter? What are you going to use it for? The most commonly used type of filter on a dslr is a polarizing filter. This is the equivalent of wearing sunglasses. Clouds are whiter, skies are bluer, and the whole image is darker. Many people recommend using a… clear filter to protect the lens. This isn't great advice and NO pros do this because it reduces sharpness and contrast, and also makes lens flares more common. ( Full Answer )
Canon eos 5d mark II is good for great photos and decent Video. Especially with the full frame sensor depth of field. For the best quality Video you want the Panasonic GH2, especially with the hack which makes the detail very close to film. The canon gives subpar 720p resolution even in 1080p whi…le the GH2 resolves very fine detail and in 1080p cinema mode can look as detailed as a RED camera. Learn about the Hack and the video Quality Here : http://osgfilms.com/hack-the-panasonic-gh2/ The GH2 is often regarded as the perfect Hybrid. Nikon has some of the most user friendly dslr cameras to just pick up and shoot while Panasonic has the more advanced learning curves with too many features to count. Canon i would say is in the middle in terms of difficulty. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the brand of camera and the type of lens.. Most Nikon film SLR lenses will work (in manual mode) on their digital SLR cameras.. Many Canon lenses will work on new Canon SLR cameras, but you have to check compatability between the camera model and the type of lens.. Sony purhcased th…e Minolta digital camera division, so all Sony Alpha DSLRs will use Minolta lenses. ( Full Answer )
dont really know what you mean.... but one method is to take two exposures, one with the subject in sharp focus, another with out of focus image (same subject) and combine the two images with a mask in photoshop.. another effect is to use a double exposure, and throw one out of focus.. both techn…iques require still-life subjects and a tripod. otherwise, blur is generally to be avoided in photography, but can be caused by camera or subject movement, bad focus, zooming during exposure, or having dirty filters on lenses, shooting through screen doors... etc. ( Full Answer )
If you are transferring it onto a camera with the same mount then yes. But be aware AUTO FOCUS MAY NOT WORK CORRECTLY. The aperture of the lens may not be as good either. But overall you should be OK. Good Luck
Currently stocked is the Olympus E420. However, for a little more, you can get a much better DSLR
The Canon 5D is a professional grade DSLR. If your looking for recreational use, Canon T2i
Experimenting is the best way to get a perfect exposure, but for starters, get a tripod and try 10 sec. at F/8, ISO 100. Improvise from there, and you'll have great pictures.
different companies' cameras take different cards. for example, Olympus cameras have their own types. by digital camera, do you mean compact camera, as dslrs are digital, hence the "d" at the beginning.
All Minolta AF, KM and Sony A-mount lenses All Tamron lenses with A-Mount All recent Sigma and Tokina lenses with A-Mount
you may be able to use such a lens if you are lucky, and are prepared to buy an Adapter to fit between lens and camera(not expensive) you can operate with some loss of automatic functions. See wikipedia for more info. See eBay for adapters but be careful to get it the right way round!
Hey there all. Was just wondering if anyone knew a good DSLR camera for first time DSLR users? I'm 15 and i know quite a bit about cameras as it is. I have Â£200 to spend. was thinking about spending it on the new Argos deal on the Fuji-film camera? Any ideas? (Much appreciated.)
Some of the best DSLR's under $700 are: Canon rebel T4i Nikon D3200 Sony Alpha 65 Canon 600D/T3i Canon 650D Canon 60D Sony Alpha a37 Nikon D3100 Nikon D5100 Sony alpha a57 I hope my answer will help you!
As of lately, the common price range for a digital dslr camera is.between 400 and 500 dollars. Compared to the prices a year ago, this is actually a very fair price.
Yes, they certainly do! Best Buy deals in digital SLR cameras in brands like Sony and Canon. They also sell additional equipment to go with the DSLR cameras, like tripod, additional lenses, etc.
One of the best dslr camera money can buy is the Nixon D3S. It cost around $3500 but has 720 p video and has a high dept pictures, that come out really clear and sharp.
There are many ways to obtain this information. Wal-Mart and electronics stores such as Circut City will have sales-people that will be happy to assist you if you ask. Also, you could probably request information by contacting the company through mail or e-mail.
There are several types of Sony DSLR cameras which will take HD-quality pictures. These include, but are not limited to, NEX-5, a55, DSLR a900, Alpha A580/L, aSLT-A33, NEX-3K, DSLR-A580L, DSLR-SLT-A55, and SLT-A55V. All of these cameras come with different lenses and additional equipment can be adde…d. ( Full Answer )
Different models of Sony dSLR will have different specifications. Most are between 12 and 15.4 megapixels but check into the model you are interested in for confirmation
The picture quality on the sony dslr camera is top rated. With interchangeable lenses and several accessories available, you can choose the best equipment to handle any given conditions.
Best Buy has the best deal for the Sony DSLR camera with a sale at 599.99. That is just for the body and lens. They also have a package deal starting at 645.98.
Sony cameras are very good in quality. The picture clarity is very nice and sony cameras providing maximum zooming facility so very good decision to take sony camera.
my name is ajay and my many friends have nikon dslr like D90,D500 and more so NIKON is leading company
Its called "vignetting" Its usually a filter applied in post through some photo editing app i.e. photoshop. Some cameras you can pre select the filter you want, though not sure which ones (Canon 60D I think does it).
Most cameras are in the decline stage right now due to the quality of smartphone cameras..
It means that the camera can take 3 photographs/pictures per second. So this is very useful for taking photos of a moving object/person/animal ESP if they are running for example. Then being a digital camera one can pick the images they like best on a computer without the cost of printing them all.
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A dslr cost between 400$ to 4000$ !! Depends on your requirement and interest !!
A single lens reflex (SLR) is a camera that uses the same set of lenses to both focus the image on the CCD (digital) and enable the photographer to frame the picture. That is to say, when you look through the viewfinder of a DSLR you are looking directly at the object through the main lens. You are …not looking at the digitally re-created picture of the object or through some other lens that is off-center of the main lens. A point-and-shoot camera will have some other mechanism for framing the picture. ( Full Answer )
DSLR stands for " digital single lens reflex" and are the modern equivalents of the film based single lens reflex cameras. As the name suggests, they are digital and use an electronic sensor as any other digital camera does. The difference between DSLRs and other digital cameras is in the way the p…hotographer sees images in preparation to take a picture. A single lens reflex camera uses a mirror positioned behind the lens to direct the light onto a viewing screen. The viewfinder delivers an image using the same lens as that used to capture a picture. When the shutter is released, the mirror moves out of the light path, the image is captured and the mirror returns to its normal position. The photographer sees the viewfinder go dark for a fraction of a second. Other digital cameras use a separate optical viewfinder or have a display on the rear of the camera that shows whatever the sensor is viewing. A DSLR tends to be much larger than other types of digital camera but they share many features such as auto-focus, auto--exposure, manual overrides and so on. The SLR is designed to be a robust and flexible camera and generally there will be a wide range of lenses and other accessories that other compact digital cameras do not have. Although many compact digital cameras produce excellent pictures and are of outstanding quality, the DSLR is the camera that lends itself to the professional and serious amateur photographer by providing flexibility and because of the accuracy of the viewfinder compared to those of a compact camera. ( Full Answer )
A DSLR camera has different components in its lens. The official term for this is elements. The capabilities of the lens allows the photo to be sharp and high quality.
If you want to use a different lens on your Olympus camera you will have to use something to mount it with. You will not get the same results from different lenses.
Popular brands of DSLR cameras include Nikon and Canon, which sell cameras under various different trade names. The trade names include Canon's EOS Rebel and Nikon's D7000.
The best reviews from consumers are for the T4, which is the highest rated for shooting stills and video. The T3 reviews are not quite as good, but it is much cheaper.
Canon DSLR cameras start from around $550. Try Ebay or Amazon for the lowest prices. Also take a look at the Target, WalMart and Sears websites for further choice.
The photo quality can be the same, but with a mirrorless camerasuch as a Rangefinder, what is seen in the viewfinder will beslightly offset from the final result. A DSLR's viewfinder showswhat is in the lense.
The Canon EOS 600D or Canon EOS 1100D have good reviews as a camera for beginners. They have good picture quality, sensor control and are not too expensive.
The features that the Sony A900 DSLR come with are image stabilization technology, large photo capture area, Superb High quality pictures, 3" by 3" HD viewing Screen, and a HDMI output with photo TV capabilities for those of you who have a Smart TV.
There are a number of different Sony DSLR model cameras and the features will vary depending on the model of camera one is researching. Some of the features one might find on a Sony DSLR camera are professional class shooting speeds, advanced still shooting features, great HD video captures and ver…satile shooting options. ( Full Answer )
The cost of a Sony DLSR camera can cost from as low as below $500 at online sites to $2,500 at Bestbuy, depending on its technical features and battery life.
One can buy an Olympus DSLR camera when one goes to stores like Henry's, Black's, Business Depot, Staples, Future Shop. One can also purchase the item online at the websites of these stores.
There is many different stores online in which you can purchase this type of camera. You can buy a Pentax DSLR camera in multiple online stores. One of which is Currys.
Some of the highest rated DSLR cameras are Canon EOS 1100D, the Nikon D3200, Pentax K-5 11, Sony Alpha A58, Nikon D7100, Canon EOS 6D, Nikon D800, to name a few. Check out online by putting in keywords to bring up a list of all highly rated DSLR cameras.
The Canon Rebel T3 is offered at a low price for those that are looking for a cheaper DSLR. Other options include the Nikon D3000 and the Canon Rebel XS.
The easiest way to determine whether a camera is DSLR (or SLR) ornot is by seeing if the lenses are detachable. If you can switchbetween different camera lenses, the camera is definitely either aDSLR or a SLR.