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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.

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Will this be a general purpose camera for recording ‘life’? Megapixels come into play as you consider how you’ll use your images.

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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.

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Set yourself a budget for your purchase early on but make sure that you keep in mind that you’ll need to consider other costs of owning one including: 2. – when you head into a camera store to purchase any type of question the first thing most sales people will ask you what type of photography you want to do. Some photographers don’t mind carrying around wehty gear but if you’re going to use it for on the go photography (travel, bushwalking etc) then small and lht models can be very handy. Previous Gear – the attractive thing about DSLRs is that in many cases they are compatible with some of the gear you mht already have. Resolution – ‘how many megapixels does it have’ is a question that is often one of the first to be asked about a new camera.

Pentax k-7 manual focus:

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