Instructions for choosing a dSLR Camera
The purpose of this document is to inform the reader, who has decided to purchase a dSLR Camera, how to evaluate the variety of features found in the camera market. Whether a long-time hobbyist or newly interested in photography, there are many considerations to make when shopping for a new camera.
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Digital Single-Lens Reflex Cameras (dSLRs) are complex tools with a multitude of different features and options, depending on the manufacturer and model. Choosing one can be very complicated for an uninformed consumer. After reading this manual, expect to spend a few days researching cameras using the steps provided here.
Before reading this manual, it is advised that you consider the following factors in your purchase:
- Expected amount of use
- Types of photography you will engage in
- Computer speed & memory
- Price Range
First Evaluation Step:
Think about the quality of the images you want to produce. Do you need to make large prints up to 11”x14”, or are you satisfied with smaller photographs?
The camera’s resolution determines the quality and size of prints you can make. Resolution is calculated in pixels (colored dots), and can range from 640×480 to above 3264×2448.
Cameras makers advertise this information as Megapixels: how many millions of pixels are in each image. If the images are a resolution of 3264×2448, that totals nearly 8 million pixels, or 8 megapixels.
Generally, if you require professional output of large prints, you will look for a camera with a higher resolution.
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