DSLR Cameras vs. Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras

Not sure whether to purchase a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera or a point-and-shoot digital camera?  Typically, if you’re a casual shooter, you’ll probably want a point-and-shoot. If you’re serious about your photo taking skills, you’ll probably want a DSLR. Are you somewhere in the middle?  If so, read on to learn the benefits of both cameras…. then decide which suits you best!

Benefits of Using a DSLR Camera

Image Quality

DSLR cameras typically have much larger image sensors. Having a big sensor helps to capture more pixels and results in better image quality.

Speed

Generally, DSLR cameras are faster when it comes to starting up, focusing, and shutter lag. They are capable of capturing 10 frames per second.… Read more...

Upload Quality Photos Right from Your Camera!

Your phone isn’t the only device that can upload photos directly to social media. Many digital cameras can connect to Wi-Fi and do the same thing! We know you love the convenience of sharing your photos immediately after taking them, but you don’t have to sacrifice quality to do so. Here are a few of the many cameras that allow you to take gorgeous photographs and upload them with just a couple clicks.

Canon EOS 70D 20.2 MP DSLR

Nikon 20.1 MP Point and Shoot

Nikon D5300 24.2 MP DSLR

Nikon D5500 18 – 55 VR DSLR

Nikon Coolpix S9700 16.0 MP

Nikon even offers photography classes, so you can learn all you need to know to start uploading impressive … Read more...