Introduction to dSLR Cameras

Introduction to dSLR Cameras


dSLR is short for digital single-lens reflex. An SLR, or a single-reflex camera, is a camera that uses a system consisting of a mirror and a prism to let the photographer see exactly what will be on the picture once he or she takes the picture. When the photographer presses a button on an SLR camera, the light moves through the light receptor because the mirror moves away from the path of the light. In addition to using a single-lens reflex system, a digital SLR camera uses a digital imaging sensor, which is a sensor that identifies and stores information about the image by converting light waves into a digital signal.

Because of its functionality, a dSLR camera can be a great step forward for new photographers on their journey on the exploration of creative horizons. Even if you do not intend to become a professional photographer, a dSLR camera is a way to significantly upgrade the quality of your digital pictures because it offers improved controls and settings that other cameras may not have.

The latest features of modern dSLR cameras are something that hardly any photographer could dream about as little as a decade ago. First dSLR cameras had a lot of bugs and limitations. dSLR cameras available on the market today have transformed those bugs into amazing features that include Live View previews, sensor cleaning and higher resolutions. dSLR cameras today also allow photographers to shoot digital movies in high definition with sound, which is something that was also not available in the earlier models.

Probably as importantly, all of these features have become extremely affordable. Today it is possible to buy a quality dSLR camera for as little as $400-$500. Many of the cameras available today on the market in this price range outperform models professional models that were available for $4,000-$5,000 ten years ago. Current dSLR cameras provide more control over what parts of an image the photographer wants in full focus. They also provide more options for dealing with grain effect known as noise and operate very quickly, allowing photographers to capture fast action such as a sports game. In addition to this, the photographer can change lenses for magnification, wide perspective and other effects.

All of these features and benefits come in addition to the features of benefits of all other digital cameras. With a dSLR device, you can see your image on a screen immediately after you take it. You can upload the photos to the cloud, to your computer and share them wirelessly if your camera has wireless functionality. You can also make quick and easy adjustments and print full-color pictures minutes after taking them. You never need to spend money on film and you can choose between the images that you keep and delete.