"A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed," goes a popular saying by ace American photographer Ansel Adams, best known for his landscape photographs in black and white. While Adams might be one of the most reckoned with photographers from yesteryears, what he captured, one can but aspire to, with aide from a decent Digital Single Reflex or DSLR camera.
DSLRs are the top choice when it comes practicing photography, either as a hobby or a profession. These digital cameras work on some rather fundamental principals of Physics, capturing and bouncing light in a way that the photographer may want. The rules are simple, but it may be a matter of constant practice before one could actually capture a photograph as finely as Adams could.
Buy a Canon or Nikon camera, which are some of the best in the league, and try your hands at photography. Also, refer to the tips and tricks mentioned below, and further master the craft. Get, set, click!
This super handy and sturdy camera from Canon is indeed one of the best in the league. Beginners will able to achieve all their photography aspirations with this gadget, perfecting their skills as they go. Its 24.1MP resolution makes for clear images and also allows to take large prints without damaging the picture quality. Its grain free image quality, even in low light, is almost perfect. Above all, the 9 auto focus points give photographers speed and accuracy in every shot. The camera also allows to take videos in HD, making it a must-have for students and amateurs, still exploring their forte.
Above all, the 9 auto focus points give speed and accuracy for every click.
Nikon camera's output quality and performance is indeed one of the best. With a 24.2MP resolution, this camera makes for sharp images. It offers an ISO of 100-25600 that is crucial for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light. The camera also for taking videos in HD, and is extremely easy to use.
Fuss-free controls don’t let any moment escape.
This DSLR from Sony comes with a 50X optical zoom with Zeiss lens to help make clear shots, no matter what the distance. Full HD video recording with aid from Optical SteadyShot also let shoot great videos. The camera's electronic view finder comes with a 100% field coverage. A 20.4MP lens makes for sharp pictures with just the right colours.
With Wi-Fi and built-in NFC, photographers can share pictures within seconds with all their contacts.
Professional quality images and movies are no more a dream with the Panasonic Lumix DSLR. This camera with its 16MP lens, Micro Four Thirds sensor and no low pass filter lets one capture sharp images. One can also shoot 4K videos with it, making it multi-purpose a gadget to own.
Capturing fast speed motion is easy with this camera, thanks to its High Speed Auto Focusing with FHD Technology.
Mobile phones and point and shoot cameras are easy to use, user-friendly and relatively cheaper to own, but there comes a time when the photographer in you demands more control over the image and better results. This is the right time to step up and go for any entry level DSLR camera. DSLR cameras offer more manual control over the image. Settings such as exposure, aperture, focal length, white balancing etc., really come handy when shooting in different conditions.
A. The megapixel resolution, exposure, image sensor, brand and lens compatibility are some of the top features you must keep in mind when buying a DSLR camera.
A. Normal cameras are smaller when it comes to body size and come with limited control on the image quality, while a DSLR is bulkier and it comes with a shutter, aperture and lens- features that allow better control over image production.
A. A DSLR gives better quality, better sensitivity to light, flexible controls and more such features, letting photographers experiment more with their skills.
A. DSLR's from brands such as Canon, Nikon, Sony are some of the most popular.
A. A decent DSLR can cost INR 50,000 and can go upto more than a lakh. Also the cost will vary depending on the accessories one wants to buy.
Tip: You can go for any camera from the list but make sure to never hesitate in investing more on lenses - check what lenses we have skilfully picked for you. Since the quality of lens has a huge influence on image quality. Even if you decide to step up to buy a more premium camera, you can sell off your old camera body, while retaining the lens as those are generally compatible with cameras from the same brand.
|Best DSLR Cameras For Beginners: Which One To Buy And Features To Look For||Price in India|
|Canon EOS 1500D 24.1MP DSLR Camera||₹ 24,990|
|Nikon D3500 24.2MP DSLR Camera||₹ 29,999|
|Sony Cybershot DSC HX400V||₹ 30,519|
|Panasonic LUMIX G7 16.0MP DSLR Camera||₹ 39,490|
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