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Nikon D3100 DSLR Camera
Rs.22,250.00  Rs.21,583.00
Nikon D5100 Camera with 18-55mm Lens + 8GBMemory Card (Outside the box) + DSLR Bag
Canon EOS 1100D (with 18-55 IS II) DSLR
Rs.26,990.00  Rs.26,180.00
Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera
Rs.27,250.00  Rs.26,433.00
Nikon D5100 DSLR Camera
Rs.27,450.00  Rs.26,627.00
Nikon D3100 DSLR Camera With 18-55mm Lens Kit
Canon EOS 1100D (with 18-55mm + 55-250mm) DSLR
Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera With 18-55mm Lens Kit
Nikon D5100 DSLR Camera With 18-55mm Lens Kit
Nikon NIKON 1 J1 Camera
Rs.34,950.00  Rs.33,902.00
Nikon D5200 DSLR Camera
Rs.41,450.00  Rs.40,207.00
Nikon D90 DSLR Camera
Rs.43,450.00  Rs.42,147.00

DSLR cameras in India

DSLR cameras have single lens that helps the photographic image to reflect into the viewfinder of the camera. A mirror and a prism is used in the making as well.  First, the images are captured by the user and are then stored on the digital cards. Subsequently these images can be imported to your PC or stored in other storage devices.

Unlike the Point & Shoot cameras, one needs to have a fair idea on the mechanism of the DSLR ones and the way they function.  A hands-on training from an expert would help in understanding the nitty-gritties.

Handy Tips on Purchasing Best DSLR Cameras Online

Well, if you are buying a camera just for the sake of it then a digital camera would be a better option to go for. However, if you are nurturing the thoughts of being a photographer in the truest sense of the term then this is just what you need. Capturing impeccable images of objects nearby or at quite a distance requires a DSLR.

Here’s presenting some tips that will help you to make the correct buy:

Lens first, camera second rule – This is one of the prime things that will help you to capture sharp images of fleeting objects. A 70-200mm lens is quite good. It can be used to capture portraits and landscapes.

Frames per second – While buying a camera make sure that it has a high FPS.

Megapixels – megapixels are not the be all and end all of a camera but a higher megapixel will certainly help you to print better quality pictures.

Robust and Weather proofed – If you are a nature photographer, then you might have to carry your camera to harsh conditions. Hence, make sure that your camera is weather proofed.

Higher ISO – A higher ISO will certainly be very helpful while shooting in low lights. The quality of the shot will be optimum when taken by a higher ISO camera.

Lens stabilization – This feature will help you to capture great shots by reducing blurs substantially, that might be caused due to camera shake.

Extended dynamic range – Those DSLR cameras that come with higher dynamic range sensors are equipped to recognize extra contrast details. This can be very helpful while shooting in extreme dark or bright conditions.

The Advantages of DLSR Cameras at a Glance

Here’s presenting the advantages of a DSLR camera in a nutshell.

Changeable lens – This is the best part of using such a camera. You will be able to change the lenses as and when required. So you can easily adjust to the setting and click the best shot by simply changing the lens.

Speed – For those who shoot fleeting beauties shall find nothing as helpful as the DSLR. There’s absolutely no shutter lag and you will find it extremely useful in taking successive shots.

Optimized quality – Usually the sensor that is used in a digital SLR camera is more or less the size of a postage stamp. That helps in shooting great quality images.