Pentax k-7 manual focus

The Pentax Q Dital Camera Review – A

I’ve previously discussed some of the advantages and disadvantages of moving from a point and shoot to DSLR but in this post would like to explore how to choose a DSLR. I’ve written more on the down sides of DSLRs in a post previously which you mht find helpful in deciding whether you should stick with a point and shoot or upgrade. Price – a good place to start when thinking about buying a DSLR is obviously price.

Canon FDn 35mm f/2.8 on Sony A7

DSLRs price range in price from some quite affordable deals at the lower end to extremely hh prices at the professional end. Make a realistic list of the type of photography you will use it for (note I said ‘realistic’ – it’s easy to dream of all kinds of things you’ll photograph – but in reality most of us only do half what we think we will). Size – DSLRs are all more sizeable than compact point and shoot cameras but there is a fair bit of variation in size between them also.

Asahi/SMC <i>Pentax</i> 50mm f1.4 <i>manual</i> <i>focus</i> PK-M lens for K1000 ME.

Asahi/SMC Pentax 50mm f1.4 manual focus PK-M lens for K1000 ME.

My DSLR Camera Recommendations (also check out this post on the Top DSLR Models As voted by our Readers) Firstly, a quick recap on some of the reasons why you mht want to upgrade to a DSLR.

Pentax K-1 Review - Imaging Resource

It is well worth asking yourself this question up front as it will help you think through the type of features and accessories you’ll need. While I think ‘megapixels’ are sometimes over emphasised (more is not always best) it is a question to consider as DSLRs come with a wide range of megapixel ratings.


Pentax k-7 manual focus:

Rating: 90 / 100

Overall: 89 Rates