DLSR Prices & Reviews In Philippines
Photography enthusiasts still love their trusty DSLR cameras. During our testing and research, the Nikon D810 stood out with its impressive image quality. The best part? This powerful camera is relatively easy to use. DSLRs used to have the advantage here, because they use a technology called phase detection, which quickly measures the convergence of two beams of light. Mirrorless cameras were restricted to a technology called contrast detection, which uses the image sensor to detect the highest contrast, which coincides with focus. Contrast detection is slower — especially in low light — than phase detection. Read: Guide to Buying Cheap DSLR Digital Cameras.
In its Sony A99 II review, Photography Blog points out the excellent image and video quality this camera can obtain. It offers a full-frame image sensor with an impressive 42.4 megapixels of resolution, allowing it to create amazing images. Because it’s a relatively new camera model, Sony has included a maximum video resolution of 4K, which makes it a strong video camera, too.
I’m familiar with running a DSLR camera into Sparkosoft. And yes, it’s true you can record video directly to your computer using this method. However, I chose not refer to this method in relation to a DSLR because Sparkosoft is one of the only pieces of software that enables you to turn a DSLR into a functional webcam. This would make Sparkosoft a linchpin. If they go down, you’re SOL. And frankly, the quality difference between DSLR and webcam isn’t noticeable online; it’s just not worth the added expense and hassle!
A few years ago a new category of entry-level” full-frame DSLR emerged, making the technology more approachable for non-professionals. At the start of 2017, the two leading models still are the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D750, both of which serve their purposes well and offer excellent image quality for the price. We chose the Canon 6D here because it’s a better value coming in at less than $2,000 with a 24-105mm kit lens.
Megapixels matter, but not as much as marketers would lead you to believe. It’s the combination of megapixels and sensor size that determine image resolution. Many newer entry-level and mid-range DSLRs offer megapixels counts around 24, including popular models like the Nikon D5500, D3400, and Canon T6i. Canon made a jump from the T5i (18 megapixels) to the T6i and T6S (24.2 megapixels) to finally catch up with Nikon in that department.