Basic difference between point and shoot and DSLRs

September 14, 2010  //  Posted by: cooldude  //  Category: Gadgets

Whenever you go to buy any kind of gadget, you are often confused by the choice that the variety has always offered you. This applies for any kind of gadget, including the camera. Right now, if you go to the store to get a new camera then you in all probability would be confused between the choices of a point and shoot model and a DSLR or a Digital Single-Lens Reflex. The DSLR is the current raze with its super fast lenses and the mega pixels that it offers.

However, should you really choose a DSLR or point and shoot camera? That depends on what kind of photography you indulge into. On of the basic feature hat separates the DSLR from the point and shoot type is the shutter lag. This implies that when you are taking a shot it takes the point and shoot camera around half a second to focus. The DSLR is pretty quick and therefore if you take pictures of moving objects regularly then you need a DSLR.

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