Nikon D7500 Review: Old Boss with a New Look

A capable camera for all lens enthusiasts, Nikon D7500 has managed to maintain its marketplace as a compact twin-dial DSLR. With excellent image quality, tilting touchscreen screen, deeper grip along with beefed-up sealing, Nikon D7500 is a notch higher than its predecessors when it comes to speed and capability.
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An Insider’s Guide Into The Pros & Cons of Full-Frame Digital SLR Cameras

Given the prices consumers are willing to pay for a Digital SLR camera; aspiring or professional photographers need know-how into the devices’ good and bad. Here’s a rundown into the pros and cons of full-frame Digital SLR cameras.  The simplest definition- the Full-Frame are DSLR cameras, whose image sensors are the same size as a 35mm film frame. Earlier, DSLR full-frame cameras were expensive, which made them an option only for professional photographers. Amateurs opted for less expensive cameras with APS-C-size sensors.  However, with plethora of choices available now, the market of full-frame DSLR cameras has become competitive. The Canon EOS 5D marked the first full-frame DSLR for amateurs as well as professionals.  Pros of DSLR full-frame cameras:  Image sensor of a full-frame DSLR is larger, giving users an improved range and less noise level, producing more detailed images.   These cameras perform better at higher ISO’s.  Wideangle lenses in full-frame sensors are true wideangles, giving clear images with fewer distortions. They offer a wide view of the image captured.  Cons of DSLR full-frame cameras:  One of the disadvantages of DSLR full frame cameras is the hefty price that follows.  With DSLR cameras, you will have to buy a whole range of lenses, available at different prices. However, that’s not required for those using the camera for basic photography.  Full frame cameras have wide-angles, which make them a good choice for landscapes and architectural photography but not so good for natural and low light conditions.  They are heavy, huge and more expensive.  These cameras are good for professionals, but not really apt for most people. Given the prices consumers are willing to pay for a Digital SLR camera; aspiring or professional photographers need know-how into the devices’ good and bad. Here’s a rundown into the pros and cons of full-frame Digital SLR cameras.

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Nikon D7100 Vs Canon EOS 60D: The Better Pick For Professional Photo-Enthusiasts

There’s a huge market of DSLRs out there for the professional photographer or the photo-enthusiast. But when you’ve got such a wide variety, it isn’t hard to get completely confused about which of them is the right fit for you. Today, we’re pitting the Nikon D7100 against the Canon EOS … Read the rest

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Canon EOS 650D: The All New Digital Rebel

Canon's latest EOS 650DLooks like Canon’s bringing out a whole new range of DSLR cameras for the professional photographer. The 650D or the Digital Rebel T4i has been launched as the successor to the last year’s popular 600D DSLR model, which was the top-of-the-line offering in its entry-level range of professional digital cameras. … Read the rest

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Nikon D600: Now Capturing Pictures Means Drying Off Your Pockets!

A picture can speak a thousand words. And with Nikon D600, capturing moments now got fun and pricy. Aimed directly for photography buffs, Nikon has announced a full frame DSLR D600, uncovered at a sky-rocketing price. Made for serious professionals, this 24-megapixel camera has FX-format CMOS sensor that can give … Read the rest

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