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Review Of Canon Eos 30d Slr Digital Camera

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Canon Eos 30d Review

Canon Eos 30dThe Canon EOS 30D SLR Digital Camera has upped the number of sequential frames that you can capture in continuous-shooting mode to 30 JPEG or 11 raw shots, from 23 or 6. It is important to mention though, that this is at 5 frames per second. The 30D has a real spot meter, through the 3.5 % metering circle. An advantage Canon has added to this model is the ability to set ISO sensitivity in 1/3-stop increments. The larger 2.5 inch LCD monitor now offers a wider viewing angle than that of the 1.8 inch model on the lower class 20D. This comes in handy for reviewing shots with your friends or family members. Canon’s Picture Styles offer a great way to organize the myriad of custom settings such as sharpness, saturation, tone and contrast. This class of SLR camera has always allowed you to control these features quite easily. The rates of shutter durability on this model is as much as 100,000 cycles. Read the rest of this entry »

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Best Camera For Beginner Photographers

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Best Camera For Beginner Photographers

The best camera for photography

Canon t2iIt is the dream of many amateur photographers to take their skills up a notch or two.

Sales of Digital SLR cameras right now are off the charts! Just what makes the Canon T2i the best camera for beginner photographers? What are the factors that make this the best choice for one who is new to digital SLR cameras?

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Best SLR Cameras of 2014

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Cameras, Tips, and Things You Should Know

Today, you’ll find many cameras sold and just as many photo editing programs for manipulating photos. Anyone these days can take high quality photos with the right camera or make mediocre photos look stunning with the right software. If you are serious about photography, though, you need to get a good Digital SLR camera. DSLR cameras behave the same way old manual cameras behaved — you control your F-stops, your shutter speeds, etc. So you know that a digital SLR is what you need, but which one? How do you narrow your choices? Below are a couple of suggestions you might want to keep in mind.

You may have picked up some photography skills if you have been into the hobby for quite a while. This would suggest that a basic DSLR camera wouldn’t be sufficient for you. There are many professional quality digital SLR cameras, but the Canon EOS 5D Mark III is considered to be the best one. This particularly Canon EOS camera is rather expensive. The camera costs no less than $3500 and that’s not including the lens. Nonetheless, this DSLR camera has features that are much better than the basic models and it offers higher quality images. Many people also find this camera to be one of the most configurable among the digital SLRs being sold on the market.

Another great basic DSLR camera is the Canon EOS Rebel T1i. This is an excellent way for you to get into manual photography without spending a lot of money. The camera costs between five and seven hundred dollars which isn’t cheap but it is one of the cheapest models for this camera. Many users report that it’s got some annoying things about it. However, the annoyances are outweighed by the quality of the photos this camera can take. This camera also features a 3-inch LCD screen, which is bigger than the screens you’ll find in most digital SLRs.

You shouldn’t expect a single digital SLR camera to fulfill all of your photography needs. The features and lenses of a digital SLR camera are mainly determined by the kind of photography, knowing the kind of photography you want to pursue will help you in choosing the right camera for you. For instance, there’s a difference between sports photography and portrait photography so naturally you’ll want to get a camera with the appropriate features for either.

There’s a huge difference between standard photography and macro photography. Narrow your focus on the photography you’d like to do and then work on finding the camera that will do the job. You can explore other areas of photography once you’re no longer a novice.

Figuring out which digital SLR camera of 2014 is right for you isn’t going to be an easy decision. And it’s no surprise considering you’ve got literally dozens of choices. Make sure you put to use the tips we shared in this article to help you find the camera for you. Be familiar with the features, as well as the pros and cons of the DSLR cameras you’re looking at before you make your decision. The last thing you want is to end up with a camera that won’t meet your photography needs.