Sunday, August 14, 2011

DSLR | What Is DSLR Camera

Post-post before a lot of mentions on DSLR. But do you know what is DSLR. Here, let me explain what is meant DSLR.

DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex. DSLR cameras digital cameras means the use of reaction in the digital single lens. Photographers will see the object that will be recorded through a glass frame, usually referred to as the view-finder. The image to be recorded is necessarily the same as what is seen through the view-finder.

Light coming through the camera lens (1) will be displayed by a mirror installed at a position inclined at 45 degrees (2) and reflected to a matte focusing screen (5). Through a condensing lens (6) and reflected in the PENTAPRISM (7), photo objects and will continue to be displayed to the human eye lens (eight). when we press the shutter button (aim) the mirror (2) are folded towards the arrows, focal plane shutter (3) open and then the picture will be recorded by the sensor (4) and inserted into the processor, the picture then stored in storage media (MMC and etc.).

In ordinary digital camera, we can see objects that will be recorded through the LCD panel. Object to be recorded is not necessarily the same as what we see through the LCD panel because LCD panel is not the same as the human eye lens that can be seen directly on the objects to be recorded.

DSLR Camera Lens

When purchasing a used digital camera, camera lenses have been united with the body (body) camera. On DSLR cameras, camera lenses can be opened and replaced. Therefore, when buying a DSLR camera, we will offer either to buy the body (camera body only) or kit (camera body + lens camera). Some DSLR cameras can be installed on the camera lens from other brands, some are specific to one brand only. Some DSLR cameras equipped with autofocus motor. There is also a non-DSLR camera equipped with autofocus motor cause we have to focus manually or buy a camera lens motor is usually more expensive.

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Physically, DSLR cameras have a similar shape, even from different brands. While ordinary digital cameras have a variety of forms but are usually smaller and compact than DSLR cameras.

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Nikon D3000

Nikon’s D3000 is the company’s latest budget DSLR, and it’s an ideal choice for beginners or those upgrading from a point-and-shoot. Like many of Nikon’s recent DSLRs, a great deal may have been inherited from previous models, but by cherry-picking from the range and upgrading key aspects, the D3000 becomes a competitive entry-level DSLR and a worthy rival for Canon and Sony’s budget models.

There is something we should get out of the way before going any further though: the D3000 does not feature Live View or video recording. The latter isn’t an unusual omission on a budget DSLR, but the absence of Live View may bother those upgrading from a point-and-shoot. They’ve been used to framing with the screen at arm’s length, so switching to an optical viewfinder pressed against their eye is a big transition.

To be fair though, Live View isn’t a foregone conclusion on a budget DSLR: of the D3000’s two main rivals from Canon and Sony, only the former has it. read for detail: