Of course, in our time of the “triumphant march of smartphones” in the field of amateur photography, the camera as a special gadget is already becoming excessively used by many – they say, why do I need it when I choose likes on my Instagram? However, not everything is so simple – the limitations of the constructive format inevitably limit the possibilities in the photograph itself. If it’s not an interchangeable lens, then at least the distinct optical zoom is what even entry-level cameras go straight ahead. Further, starting with a better understanding of photos, you will understand that the aperture is not an “excessive parameter in the settings”, but a necessity, a longer physical focal length allows you to immediately remove from the bokeh, and not to blur the interfering background in the photo editor. much more efficient built-in LED, and then you start thinking about a higher-class Digital film Camera.
So what to start now? Since we are specifically talking about cameras for beginners, we need functionality and ease of development, and in the end, the chosen camera should really allow you to get better-quality photos from the phone in your pocket. Let’s try to understand that – that’s our job.
Nikon D5300 Best camera for concert photography No matter how convinced the author may be a “canonophile”, but he is forced to admit – if it comes to choosing the best SLR Digital film Camera for beginners, then it is “tastier” in the “younger” classes (and at the same time allows you to “grow together” “, And not to expose the cameras on Avita) will be five thousand Nikon series. There are several reasons for this.
First of all, it’s much more practical and functional autofocus. The camera offers 39 focus points in phases, 9 of which are cross-type. Canon has amateur cameras. Which novice photographers usually start to get to know. Still only offering 9 focus points (such as the recently released EOS 250D. Which is even a little more expensive than Nikon’s). Secondly, it’s the proprietary sharpness and detail of the image. The D5300 is now the “youngest” of Nikon cameras. Where there is no anti-fog filter on the matrix, which inevitably “smears” the image. With a wide dynamic range and high contrasts. The beginner will quickly master the camera and will be able to discover its capabilities for a long time – often “immediately” run over them to professional models, and for some, the camera remains a favorite, proven tool. The D5300 may work well in both “artist” and “reporting”, and its lightweight and good autonomy with a single charge will definitely come in handy during the trip.
Still, it’s worth noting that while using Live View mode (and the rotating screen has it), the camera will probably lose on Canon – focusing with the mirror raised is only in contrast, slow, and prone to twilight search errors. Here, of course, the “Canon” camera wins with DualPickel.
- Excellent image details, wide dynamic matrix range
- Small size and weight
- Excellent autofocus during search
- There is no phase focus sensor on the sensor itself
- Do not touch the screen
- Models in line:
Canon EOS 800D Kit
Canon EOS 800D Best point and shoot film camera Of the catalogs now presented in the “canon” catalog, this is the most affordable of those DSLR cameras that the author could seriously recommend for the purchase not to “take” (according to 2020 standards, taking an SLR camera is not the best choice), namely with a view to the thoughtful mastery of the art of photography. Honestly, the “younger” models of the lower Canon line provoke only one thought – it is better to make money with a higher class for money, although with the mileage.
“Eight Hundred”, although it maintains a “doll” menu mode (however, it is easy to switch to Canon Classic). Already has good shooting options. The 25.8-megapixel matrix is made using DualPikel technology, so you can quickly focus in LiveView mode, just by touching the right place on the folding screen. When working in “classic” mode for an SLR Digital film Camera with an optical viewfinder, 49 AF points are available, 19 of which are cross-shaped: the high-speed “target-to-target” camera, especially with USM optics, is perfect for dynamic scenes.
Image quality at the level – no matter what anyone might say. The matrix here is already a “semi-professional class”. And if we directly compare the D5300 and 800D. Then we will talk in more detail about the taste preferences of the viewer. But keep in mind that, despite a number of strong advantages over Nikon. The Canon option is noticeably more expensive – and for a novice photographer. This can also be an important factor when choosing a whale camera.
- Great focus focusing on both shooting modes
- Convenient and intuitive beginner menu mode
- Great matrix
- Define a touchpoint by tapping in LiveView
The camera is still expensive for this segment, although there is always the option to buy a “carcass” and an interesting lens for the same amount – or used whale lenses, which are cheap at the secondary level.