Have you ever pondered, if you could create artist worthy panoramic photos with even the most basic of DSLR Cameras? I am here to tell you, YES YOU CAN. A DSLR Camera is designed as a tool for the photography buff, professional and even amateur to create nearly flawless photographs of all types of landscape scenery, macro images, portraits and action shots. With a Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera, what you observe – is primarily what the lens sees and – precisely what you can capture onto photo paper.
DSLR cameras were built for versatility and adaptability in their functions. As you grow and develop your amateur photography skills, attachments may be changed, removed or added to adapt how you capture images more accurately. Lens may be changed to produce wide-angle or short-lens macro shots. The Viewfinder helps to capture more than 95% of the coverage area, you are viewing. Believe us; you will not be able to notice the lost coverage of 5%.
Plus, DSLR cameras have larger image sensors that aid in producing high quality action shots and these cameras have a near-zero lag time between when you “click” the shot – and when it “captures” the image. Finally, the DSLR camera gives the control back to the photographer to improve on lighting, speed, exposure and other camera settings. Don’t be afraid, the DSLR still contains a variety of automatic settings for beginners, too!