If you’ve been shooting with a compact-style, or even a smartphone, camera for a while but are now wanting to progress your photographic journey with a more advanced camera, then a DSLR might be for you.
When you pick up and use a DSLR you’ll see that image quality is vastly better when compared with a compact camera and you’ll also have access to many more manual controls. The low light performance of DSLRs is also much better than what compact cameras and smartphones can offer, too. Plus, you can change lenses when using a DSLR, something you won’t have had the option to do with a point-and-shoot and even though lenses are available for smartphones, the quality won’t be anywhere near that of what the interchangeable lenses for DSLRs can offer.
As you’ll probably be new to shutter speeds and apertures, you’ll be happy to hear that DSLRs do also have auto modes to help you out until you’re more proficient in using your new DSLR.
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