Tripods help to provide blur-free images so they should be in every photographer’s toolbox. Height, weight, stability and tripod heads are a few factors to consider.
Filters help your camera capture your subject exactly as your eye sees it. From Multicoated UVC to polarizer to diffusion filters there is a filter for every situation.
An external flash allows you to add light in situations where you may not have enough or alter the existing light you already have. You can minimize shadows, enhance natural skin tones and dramatically reduce chances of red eye in photos.
DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex. DSLRs feature full auto and scene modes just like digital cameras. But DSLR offers flexibility in terms of interchangeable lenses, flashes and filters you can use.
Don’t forget to have memory to capture all your moments. These small portable hard drives, allow you to store digital files and transfer them to other devices, like your computer or HDTV. Always look at the card type, capacity, class and speed for the best match!
From standard to portrait to telephoto, there are DSLR lenses to suit every purpose and budget. Get the best shot of a person, a sports game or wildlife.
Always protect your investment. A good bag should feature durable, waterproof material, a fully padded interior, removable/adjustable straps and sturdy snap hooks.
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