You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know that a DSLR is a better camera than an average camera. Although, the Smartphone cameras, these days, are giving a tough competition to the DSLR cameras but then you cannot outrun something which is specially built only to do one thing. A Smartphone does lots of stuff including clicking great pictures but a DSLR is only built to take perfect shots. Now you might say that what’s wrong with the average camera which is portable and all you have to do is just click. But, then you won’t get the same features as that of a Rs 30,000 Smartphone in a 7,000 rupees Smartphone. Well here are the 9 reasons as to why you should prefer a DSLR over an average camera.
You get all the same lens for different situations in a normal digital camera while for the DSLR, its different lens for different shots. You can choose from ultra wide angles, zooms, super telephotos and even macros and perspective control lenses when you are using a DSLR.
It’s pretty frustrating when you need to get the picture perfect shot and your digital camera takes ages to boot up, you might have missed a million dollar masterpiece all because of that slow bootup. With DSLR, its just blink of an eye and you never miss any shot you desire.
You might have experience lags while clicking a picture when it takes ages to process and bring us the final image on the screen in our average cameras. In DSLR cameras, with the rapid frame rate, you can click shot after shot until you get your best shot at it.
Focusing on an object to get the Bokeh look has never been easier and it’s only done with the DSLR cameras. You can get focus in a digital camera but it’s not even close to a DSLR.
Is low light bothering you? Is your phone camera giving noisy output even when their company claims it to be the best low light image capturing Smartphone? The thing is you don’t get to fit the same technologies used in a DSLR for low light imaging in a Smartphone because apart from clicking photos these smartphones have a lot to do.
It’s not about the Megapixel anymore. There are a lot more other things which you need to take care to get the best image quality like that of ISO and lens variation. The megapixel thing is just a tag to run the Smartphone Industry. A high megapixel camera will always stand out than the lower one but when you are comparing a DSLR, a digital camera and a Smartphone, the DSLR wins most of the time.
There’s a difference between looking at the screen and capturing and looking through your own eyes and capturing. The only feature that other average cameras don’t have is the TTL or through the Lens viewing feature.
You get the professional handling experience and greater design in and only in a DSLR camera. The handling of a camera plays a pivotal role in getting a good shot.
Half of the battery gets consumed when every time you turn on your average camera. The DSLR cameras are better optimized for power management and thus you never run out of battery when it comes to taking a vital shot.