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Top 10 DSLR Cameras that Fits your Budget

Written on November 29, 2010 by R. Cruise

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DLSR photograpy is a major trend these days. If you are a photo enthusiast who does not have the money to splurge big on DSLR cameras, take cues from the list below and be a few steps away in capturing beautiful photos.

Abstract expressionist photographer Aaron Siskind once said that, “photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” True enough, it is not sufficient to just own a point and shoot camera in order to capture photos which exude color, vibrant and depth. Digital Single Lens Reflex cameras or commonly known as DLSR make all these differences.

DLSR photography is a major trend these days. People who have basic knowledge on photgraphy are able to produce professional-looking photos with just a press of a shutter of a DSLR camera. The main challenge when purchasing a DSLR camera is its price. Better choose a camera which fits your needs, skills and more importantly, your budget.

To give you an idea of budget-friendly DLSR cameras, Gadg gathered ten options that might be compatible to your budget and needs.

See the list after the jump.

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The Read Deal about Nikon D3100

Written on August 19, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Nikon D3100 is making photo enthusiasts jump for joy!

Correct us if we are wrong, but are we seeing a leaked Nikon D3100 after the Coolpix S1100pj and S5100 were brought into our doorsteps last Tuesday. We’ve heard an addition of a 1080p/24 H.264 AVCHD movie mode together with a continuous contrast-detect autofocus, complete with face detection and subject tracking.

This is the first time ever in the world of DSLR. We are curious, how much noise will the focus motor produce in the clips? The new focus carries to regular Live View and the 720p movie mode, which shoots at both 24 and 30fps, and the new 14.2-megapixel sensor with a max boost from the native max of ISO 3200 to 12,800 for some low-light.

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