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Intro to DSLR: Choosing and Using a Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera


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  1. http://myextremeoffers.blogspot.com

    That was a correct nice to understand DSLR digital single lens reflex camera intro.Good work!

  2. D600!

  3. Normally I would say upgrade the lens, but you have a good lens, and your camera is a few generations old. The amount of technological advances in sensors and processors since your camera came out is huge. I would recommend upgrading your body in this instance to models such as the D5200, or if you want something even more advanced, consider the new D7100 model. Both have excellent image quality and the latest features Nikon has to offer. – Yossi

  4. So, I am a newborn when it comes to DSLRs and photo taking in general. I do have a DSLR, but it is fairly old and doesn't have many of the new features cameras now have. It's a Nikon D80 with an AF-S NIKKOR 18-200mm Adjustable Lens. Is this an okay camera combo for beginners, or should I invest in a newer camera? Thanks, Ryan

  5. Kelvin's name was William Thomson. Kelvin was his title, referring to the River Kelvin that flows by his lab.

  6. My personal recommendation for an entry DSLR camera would be the Nikon D3200 DSLR kit with the 18-55mm kit lens, B&H # NID32001855. However, it is slightly over the price limit you list. If it needs to be under $500.00 exactly, then the slightly older Nikon D3100 DSLR camera kit would be my recommendation (B&H # NID31001855). As an alternative, the Alpha SLT-A37 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Zoom Lens, B&H # SOSLTA37K, would also be a good option.

  7. Awesome. It's like being in the room. Great video and Educational value. Even the stuff I knew is presented in an entertaining way.

  8. can you suggest me a DLSR (would be my first 1) within $500?

  9. That lens is actually a great zoom, on the 7D it performs well on the wide side and gives a good telephoto option as well.

    David Brommer

  10. You are most welcome. Thank you for watching.

  11. Panayiotis Kyriakou

    great video. just a note: Picasa works with RAW. it also allows you to view them in the explorer (in windows)

  12. I am a very busy homeschooling parent, so going to school is not an option for me at the moment. Because of these videos, and moreover, David's delivery, I am hungry to learn more. Through dedicated professionals like you, I am getting a great diversified education. Thank you!

  13. I am a very busy homeschooling parent, so going to school is not an option for me at the moment. Because of these videos, and moreover, David's delivery, I am hungry to learn more. Because of channels like this, I am getting a great diversified education. Thank you!

  14. Thanks a lot Mr Brommer for this fantastic presentation. Probably the best intro to DSLR photography on the Internet. Keep up with your good work. Very appreciated.

  15. Great lecture. Thanks a lot.

  16. @sandy stephen Thank you so much for watching the B&H Photo YouTube Channel and for your participation. We are very pleased that you derive value from and find our presentations useful and informative.

  17. The DSLR CAMERA Teacher of this era……DAVID BROMMER……Thanks for your valuable lessons on DSLR CAMERAS & PHOTOGRAPHY.Thanks for BHPHOTO VIDEO PRO AUDIO for making this presentation for us.I hope more programs will flow on these topic in the coming days…Wishing a glorious year for DAVID & B&H team…..

  18. @Virgil Ungureanu Thank you so much for watching the B&H Photo YouTube Channel and for your participation. We are very pleased that you derive value from and find our presentations useful and informative.

  19. Long, but very informative, I wouldn't cut a minute of it. David's presentation was perfect. Thanks B&H for another excellent, quality video

  20. You Sir, have taught me lots and I thank you for your very well thought out and professional presentation. I too did the film thing(photo club, school paper, yearbook, that kind of thing), but have been doing digital for about 10 years, but learned so much from this, thanks.

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