What is DSLR?DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex, and is a sub-category of digital cameras which combine the intricate mechanics of a Single Lens Reflex camera, along with the power and freedom offered by utilising a digital imaging sensor rather than photographic film. DSLR cameras became a viable choice for consumers at the dawn of the 21st century, replacing SLR as the most popular dedicated photography format. DSLR cameras have continued to evolve as their demand grew and they remain as the most commonly operated interchangeable lens camera in 2015.
Whilst the ubiquitous ‘point and shoot’ camera found on almost all digital devices is unsurprisingly the most commonly used camera type, the DSLR is a viable alternative and improvement for everything from amateur, opportunist photography to the demands of more intricate photography projects. A DSLR camera will be equipped with a plethora of mid-level functions, colour options and imagery tools, which will allow you to capture the true nature of a moment, whilst also producing a flexible digital canvas upon which to edit at a later time. The dedicated lens of a DSLR allows the user to add depth to an image and its telescopic properties enables shooting from various distances a reality, without sacrificing image quality.
TNP Broadcast has DSLR cameras available from both Panasonic and Canon, and we guarantee that all of the DSLR cameras showcased in our dedicated DSLR department are of outstanding quality and will satisfy the needs of those looking for powerful, portable DSLR cameras. You might also like to check out TNP Broadcast’s selection of superb camera lenses and filters.