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    Taking your photography to the next level

    Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals on DSLR Cameras

    Looking for Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals on DSLR cameras to suit your vlogging and lifestyle needs? Browse a variety of DLSR cameras to choose from popular brands, camera features and technology. In addition, Best Buy has a large selection of cameras and camera accessories to choose from including action cameras, lenses, tripods and many more.

    Check out the Black Friday event for some of the hottest deals of the year. Even after Black Friday is over, you can look forward to more deals for Cyber Monday.

    What makes a DSLR a different camera?

    A DSLR is the digital replacement to the old film SLR cameras of the past. The major difference is that instead of film, you have an image sensor, though there is still a mirror mechanism that flips open to expose the sensor to the scene coming through the lens. This combination has stood up as one of the best ways to take photos.

    The sensor is full-frame, which is to say that it’s the same size as 35mm film was. That makes DSLR sensors considerably bigger than those found in point-and-shoot cameras and smartphones. While some mirrorless cameras also have full-frame sensors, others have smaller ones. The mirror mechanism is what also gives you full view of the frame through the optical viewfinder, and you also have a display to see a live preview of the scene as well.

    DSLR cameras are also compatible with a wide range of lenses, allowing you to capture the type of photos you want from close-up or a further distance. A range of controls within the camera also give you full control over how to shoot. Once you learn photography on a DSLR, you learn a lot about what it takes to get the best images.

    Which DSLR camera should you choose?

    You will find DSLR cameras on sale pretty often, so it is a matter of finding the right fit. Entry-level models, like Canon’s Rebel series, offer a good starting point to learn the ropes if you are new to them. If you have previous experience shooting with DSLRs, you will also find something more intermediate or professional to take things to another level.

    You will find some of those from both Canon and Nikon, two of the premier global brands for DSLRs. Their respective heritage in camera manufacturing provides reliable design and image output, especially when you use the right lens. Kit lenses, which are those sold in a bundle with the camera, aren’t as good as others, so bear that in mind if you want to upgrade.

    You can also choose to do that by getting the camera body alone, with a different lens separately. Or, if you’ve already acquired lenses from previous models, make sure they are also compatible with the latest DSLR you plan to use.

    What you can use with your DSLR camera

    Like other digital cameras, DSLRs use memory cards to store images and video clips. If you do plan to shoot a lot of video, especially at 4K resolution, it may be best to get a memory card with faster read/write speeds. These cameras support all SD cards.

    A tripod can help stabilize a DSLR camera, particularly when shooting at night or in low-light conditions. Manual controls on the camera allow you to do long exposures, made even easier when sitting on a tripod. You can also step in front of the camera for vlogging and take advantage of the superior image quality a DSLR can provide. Portable lighting and microphones can also slide in perfectly onto the hot shoe at the top.

    To transport the camera, a bag or case could be useful to store it with the accessories as well. DSLR photography is sometimes about more than just the camera itself when you have the right gear to go with it.

    Taking your photography to the next level

    Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals on DSLR Cameras

    Looking for Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals on DSLR cameras to suit your vlogging and lifestyle needs? Browse a variety of DLSR cameras to choose from popular brands, camera features and technology. In addition, Best Buy has a large selection of cameras and camera accessories to choose from including action cameras, lenses, tripods and many more.

    Check out the Black Friday event for some of the hottest deals of the year. Even after Black Friday is over, you can look forward to more deals for Cyber Monday.

    What makes a DSLR a different camera?

    A DSLR is the digital replacement to the old film SLR cameras of the past. The major difference is that instead of film, you have an image sensor, though there is still a mirror mechanism that flips open to expose the sensor to the scene coming through the lens. This combination has stood up as one of the best ways to take photos.

    The sensor is full-frame, which is to say that it’s the same size as 35mm film was. That makes DSLR sensors considerably bigger than those found in point-and-shoot cameras and smartphones. While some mirrorless cameras also have full-frame sensors, others have smaller ones. The mirror mechanism is what also gives you full view of the frame through the optical viewfinder, and you also have a display to see a live preview of the scene as well.

    DSLR cameras are also compatible with a wide range of lenses, allowing you to capture the type of photos you want from close-up or a further distance. A range of controls within the camera also give you full control over how to shoot. Once you learn photography on a DSLR, you learn a lot about what it takes to get the best images.

    Which DSLR camera should you choose?

    You will find DSLR cameras on sale pretty often, so it is a matter of finding the right fit. Entry-level models, like Canon’s Rebel series, offer a good starting point to learn the ropes if you are new to them. If you have previous experience shooting with DSLRs, you will also find something more intermediate or professional to take things to another level.

    You will find some of those from both Canon and Nikon, two of the premier global brands for DSLRs. Their respective heritage in camera manufacturing provides reliable design and image output, especially when you use the right lens. Kit lenses, which are those sold in a bundle with the camera, aren’t as good as others, so bear that in mind if you want to upgrade.

    You can also choose to do that by getting the camera body alone, with a different lens separately. Or, if you’ve already acquired lenses from previous models, make sure they are also compatible with the latest DSLR you plan to use.

    What you can use with your DSLR camera

    Like other digital cameras, DSLRs use memory cards to store images and video clips. If you do plan to shoot a lot of video, especially at 4K resolution, it may be best to get a memory card with faster read/write speeds. These cameras support all SD cards.

    A tripod can help stabilize a DSLR camera, particularly when shooting at night or in low-light conditions. Manual controls on the camera allow you to do long exposures, made even easier when sitting on a tripod. You can also step in front of the camera for vlogging and take advantage of the superior image quality a DSLR can provide. Portable lighting and microphones can also slide in perfectly onto the hot shoe at the top.

    To transport the camera, a bag or case could be useful to store it with the accessories as well. DSLR photography is sometimes about more than just the camera itself when you have the right gear to go with it.