SLR Camera Reviews

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Before buying an SLR camera, it's important to read reviews first to decide which model seems to be the most dependable and effective in producing good images. Discover why Nikon and Canon make good SLR cameras with help from a videographer in this free video on digital cameras.

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Hi, my name's James Flint. I'm a professional photographer, and I'd like to take a moment to talk to you about SLR camera reviews. It's important before choosing a camera, to read the reviews. You know, find out what people like about certain models, and what people don't like about other models. My personal advice, is to, if you're getting an SLR camera, stick with a Nikon, or stick with a Canon. They've been making digital SLR cameras as long as anybody. They've got the biggest research departments, and they produce the most, and they're popular for a reason. They're highly dependable, and they create really good images. I went with a Nikon, for various reasons. One, it would work with some of the lenses I already had, from an old camera. Another reason is, I know that Nikon creates some of the best lenses, so I was knowing that right out of the box, I was going to have a picture that was going to be taking, or a camera that was going to be taking some really good pictures. For some professional reviews, there's websites like CNET, or consumer reports. They, test hundreds, and thousands, of cameras. And they'll give you professional reviews. You can go on line, a lot of on line stores have actual, customer feedback, where you can read what actual people think, not the professional testers. And then, you can also, grab a photography magazine, and it will tell you some of the latest cameras, and what their thoughts are, after testing them. The most important thing is to just read the reviews, before you buy a camera, so you get the best thing for you.


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