Why is DSLR best for Digital Photography?

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    Why is DSLR best for Digital Photography?

    The digital single-lens reflex camera, DSLR, uses a mechanical mirror system. It has a pentaprism. A Pentaprism is a reflecting prism that has five sides and it is used to avert a beam of light by 90. It directs light from the lens to the optical viewfinder found at the back. A DSLR has a focal-plane shutter, eyepiece, 4-element lens, matte focusing screen, reflex mirror, condenser lens, image sensor, and pentaprism. The DLSR has larger sensors compared to the point and shoot, creating the same picture angle and depths of field as in film formats. It also uses a phase detection autofocus system, a method of focus that is very fast. The DSLR optical viewfinder produces live image, thus the image you see through the viewfinder is the exact picture you get at the point of clicking. What are the best features of a DSLR Camera?
    There is no time lag. What you see upon clicking is what you get. This is very important when taking pictures of subjects that are moving fast. The best feature of a DSLR is the ability to change lenses depending on photographic needs. Also, in 2008, came out HDDSLR or high-definition DSLR. HDDSLR has a movie mode capable of recording high-definition motion video. It uses the full imager area to capture HD video. It has much larger sensors compared to DSLR. When compared to normal camcorders, HSDSLR lack autofocus while shooting, an electronic viewfinder/preview, and powered zoom. Though not as good yet as normal camcorders, the technology for HDDSLR is constantly evolving and improving every day. All in all, DSLRs will certainly please both the novice and the professional.

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    Hmmmm might have been as well just leaving this as the link instead of just cutting and pasting off someones website???? - whats the point of this post??


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