Lens Sony Dslr

Lens Sony Dslr

3 Great Enty Level DSLR Cameras

The following cameras might be found with some searching on sale for cheaper than what is stated in this article so make sure to do a thorough Internet search before buying. These cameras are priced at as low as $450 to as high as $760. This list of cameras are great for any new photographers who want to use a cheaper camera first and in future drop more money on a more advanced dSLR.

The Sony Alpha A200 offers that perfect mix of dSLR performance and Compact Camera basic user interface that will be appreciated by any beginner will love. Some features that make the A200 stand out are it 10.2 mega-pixel lens and great beginner image processor that give you 3 frames per second shooting speed. You also get a bright 2.7″ LCD on the back of the A200. The starting price of the Sony Alpha A200 Dslr Camera is $524.99 which makes it an even better first dSLR for a beginner at professional grade photography.

The Canon Rebel XS camera is another great camera from Canon but on this one they focused on you the new photographer and gave you all that you need to get started on the right foot. The Rebel XS’s has some solid features like the 10.1 mega-pixel lens and image processor that lets you shoot up to 3 frames per second. You also get a 2.5″ LCD monitor on the back of the camera. The Canon Rebel XS sells for the low price of $449.00.

The Olympus Evolt E-410 is just a great looking and performing camera that has received great reviews across the board. This starter dslr camera from Olympus features up-to-date styling and features. One of the stand out features you get from the EVOLT E-410 is the anti-shock blur reduction which can improve your picture quality. The 10 mega-pixel lens and LCD with live view mode make this almost and instant buy. You can get an Olympus EVOLT E-410 for $759.99.

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