Dslr Camera Description
Replacing the expensive traditional film photography, digital cameras have taken over the world ever since the first consumer-level DSLR camera was introduced in the late 1990s. Owing to their popularity, digital cameras were incorporated into mobile phones by 2003. Since then many companies have come forward with their distinct models and designs of DSLR cameras intended for various audiences. The digital photography world is dominated by Japanese DSLR giants like Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus and Pentax. Once popular DSLR camera manufacturers Olympus and Panasonic have now taken an exit from the DSLR market and are focusing on producing mirrorless cameras instead. Contrary to the popular belief, digital photography or DSLR cameras are not just for professional and serious photographers but amateurs and beginners can also step into the digital zone for their fun photography endeavours. For this very reason, most DSLR camera manufacturers have divided their cameras into several categories targeted at different segments so that amateurs and professionals can both seek benefits from DSLR cameras alike.
The entry-level and upper entry-level DSLRs use the basic functionality of DSLR cameras and are intended for amateur and beginners who are looking to take a plunge into the photography world but don't want an advanced level camera with difficult to understand features and operations. Beginner level DSLRs are also not very expensive as compared to the advanced cameras and are compact and easy to use devices. Most of the newer entry-level versions of DSLR are also equipped with WIFI capabilities as well as Full HD and HD recording. Some Upper entry-level DSLR cameras feature semi or fully articulated tilt-and-swivel touchscreen displays that allow for unobtrusive filming from unusual perspectives. Midrange and professional level DSLRs come with more advanced features than the entry-level cameras. Most of the cameras in this category are fully loaded and highly equipped devices. Some recent DSLRs in this category like the Nikon D7500 use a 20.9 megapixel CMOS sensor camera and the superfast EXPEED5 image processor. Most of these DSLRs are equipped with 4K shooting capabilities as well as Viewfinder with 100% frame coverage and higher magnification. This category of DSLRs can be further divided into two segments which cater to the High-end Prosumers as well as Professionals.
The high-end Prosumer line of DSLRs is targeted at pro-consumers who are looking for non-heavy duty, basic mechanical/weather resistance and electronic features of the professional cameras while the high-end Professional line of DSLRs are heavy-duty fully loaded weather-resistant cameras, intended for the pure professional audience. Which DSLR suits you, entirely depends on your camera needs, budget, required features and potential accessories. While buying a DSLR, you can make the final decision around the features of the camera like its sensor size, processing speed, megapixels, video modes, as well as shooting modes and connectivity options. Whether you are a professional wildlife photographer or beaming parents looking to take a plunge into documenting the journey of their newborn, DSLR cameras will help you preserve all the beautiful and special moments in your life that you can share with generations and cherish forever.