The Top 5 Best-Selling Cameras

The Top 5 Best-Selling Cameras

Camera and Photography
Whether you are a novice or seasoned photographer, there are thousands of models of cameras to choose from.  Deciding which one to buy can be nerve-racking. Here we list some of the best cameras for your money.  Once you have compiled a list of how you are going to use your new camera, be sure to check out these and other models by these companies as well as other brands. There is a camera out there for every skill level – take the time to find the right one for you! Canon Ask anyone the world over to name the most famous camera company, and chances are they will call out Canon. Known for easy interfaces and intuitive features, Canon is your best bet if you are new to photography.…
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4 Of The Most Affordable Cameras for Tight Budgets

4 Of The Most Affordable Cameras for Tight Budgets

Camera and Photography
If you do your homework and take your time researching the right camera, you will be amazed what you can get for your money Buying a compact camera can be a tricky business thanks to the enormous range of models to choose from. Here, we have collected some of the best ones for budget-conscious individuals. All have at least 3x optical zoom and some even offer image stabilization to help tame camera shake and give them an edge over a typical smartphone. 16 megapixels or more is also the norm even at this price point, so you can print big whilst spending small. These entry-level cameras do not sacrifice style or compactness. One of the recommendations is a little pudgier than the others, but it hides some tricks that easily…
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Top 10 List of the Best DSLR Cameras

Top 10 List of the Best DSLR Cameras

Camera and Photography
Today’s #digital camera technologies have allowed people with little to no photography experience to some of the world’s greatest photojournalists to shoot amazing photos .  Here we have provided a short list of the consistently best performing and best-selling cameras to suite everyone from beginner to pro. We live in a world where we want to capture every moment. With DSLR, just delete the shots you don’t want to keep. DSLR’s are easy to use, and consistently provide good performance as well as quality. DSLRs come with a variety of functions; you can select the right one for you according to your need and budget. Nikon D90:It was manufactured and released a few years back but is still preferred by many photographers. The basic lens, which comes with the body,…
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How to Take Your Best Shot

How to Take Your Best Shot

Camera and Photography
Louis Daguerre (Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre), a professional scene painter for the opera with an interest in lighting effects, began experimenting with the effects of light upon translucent paintings in the 1820s. Louis Daguerre regularly used a camera obscura as an aid to painting in perspective, and this led him think about ways to keep the image still. In 1826, he discovered the work of Joseph Niepce and in 1829 began a partnership with him. Niepce produced the first photographic image. After several years of experimentation, Louis Daguerre developed a more convenient and effective method of photography, naming it after himself - the daguerreotype.In 1839, Louis Daguerre and Niepce’s son sold the rights for the daguerreotype to the French government and published a booklet describing the process. Since then, many different forms of photography…
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Getting Started – Beginner Cameras and Lenses

Getting Started – Beginner Cameras and Lenses

Camera and Photography
Although this may be your first venture into photography, don’t skimp on your equipment – buy the best you can afford.  Investing in cheap quality cameras may cause you to become disillusioned and cause you to drop the hobby before you ever begin. The cameras listed below will serve you well and help you on your way to becoming an excellent photographer. Here are some pros and cons for your consideration: Pros: Low prices ($400-$600) Kit lens is usually included Interchangeable lens mount (able to connect other lenses) Smaller than professional cameras Great image quality, able to blur out backgrounds and help your subject stand out Cons: Smaller sized sensor compared to pro cameras Slower autofocus compared to pro cameras Less control dials for manually adjusting exposure settings Included kit…
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The Perfect Camera to Suit Your Needs

The Perfect Camera to Suit Your Needs

Camera and Photography
Deciding whether to buy a DSLR or a Point & Shoot #Digital camera used be as simple as checking your bank account to see what you could afford. With the popularity of these cameras on the rise and the prices dropping to affordable levels, more people are getting involved in photography and choosing better quality cameras. One of the first steps in deciding which camera is best for you is to analyze how you plan to use. If you can only purchase one, what types of situations do you most often find yourself in and which camera would work best? Are you looking for flexibility and high image quality? Do you prefer simplicity, convenience and portability? Do you have a need for two different types of cameras at different times?…
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The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to Selecting the Right Camera

The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to Selecting the Right Camera

Camera and Photography
If you're feeling limited by what your point-and-shoot camera can do, there are plenty of reasons to consider a D-SLR. These advanced shooters feature: larger image sensors superior optics robust manual controls faster performance versatility of changeable lenses  The cost of a D-SLR can add up, especially when you start buying lenses; and the cameras are understandably larger and heavier than their compact and mirrorless interchangeable lens counterparts are. If your first D-SLR is a Canon, chances are that your next one will be as well, simply for the fact that you will be able to make use of existing lenses and accessories.  The Steps in Buying a New Camera and Other Equipment There are many aspects to consider when buying a camera, especially a D-SLR. Do your research on…
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Going Digital in a Digital World

Going Digital in a Digital World

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A #digital camera (or digicam) is a camera that encodes digital images and videos digitally and stores them for later reproduction. Most cameras sold today are digital, and digital cameras are incorporated into many devices ranging from PDAs and mobile phones (called camera phones) to vehicles.  Both digital and film cameras use the same optical system-a lens with a variable diaphragm to focus light onto an image pickup device. The diaphragm and shutter admit the correct amount of light to the imager, just as with film but the image pickup device is electronic (image sensor) rather than chemical. However, unlike film cameras, digital cameras can display images on a screen immediately after being recorded, and store and delete images from memory. Many digital cameras can also record moving videos with sound. Some digital…
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