Best Digital SLR Camera of 2010-2011
If you aspire to be a good photographer and want to produce life-like, true quality pictures then your wish won’t become reality with simple and basic point and shoot cameras. You would need to gift yourself with a good digital camera in order to capture vivid life in a lens.
Whether it is family gathering, your kid’s sports event, your office parts or any other event, Digital SLR cameras is always perfect choice to capture your life’s memories in pictures.
Point and Shoot Camera always do a fair job in these situations but there are many features they lack. For instance, you can’t click high-resolution images covering more than a limited number of people. It doesn’t bring focus to all the faces in an image and so on.
Digital SLR cameras a quite heavy as compared to Basic Point and Shoot Cameras both in terms of weight and cost so you must pay close attention to which Digital SLR camera you select because for that piece of equipment you would need to shell out several thousand rupees.
Why a Digital SLR Camera?
As I told you before that Digital SLR (DSLR) Cameras are designed to click professional, life like photographs. They come with adjustable lens and lenses of higher aperture can be fitted to it with up to 40X Zoom.
Imagine, if you want to click a photograph of a beautiful wildlife scenario. Would you be able to do it with a basic Point and Shoot Camera? No, not at all! You would need good equipment for that and that’s what DSLR cameras deliver.
Nikon D500 12.3 MP DX Digital SLR Camera
This is the best professional camera made in the year 2010-2011. The Nikon D500 has a 12.3 MP Picture Resolution but its lens is replaceable which means it can be customized to click long-range and short-range pictures.
It is the best camera for wildlife photography, nature photography and event photography.
Technical Features of Nikon D500
- 12.3 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor
- 3x AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens with image stabilization
- D-Movie mode lets you record HD videos at 720p resolution with sound
- 2.7-inch LCD Monitor with one button Live View
- Stores images in SD/SDHC memory cards
- 11-point AF System with 3D Focus Tracking
- GPS Geo-Tagging along with brilliant 19 Auto-exposure scene modes
A Question for ‘You’: Which camera do you use to click photographs normally a basic point and shoot camera or an advance DSLR one? In other words, are you a passionate photographer or just another photographer?
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