What is the difference between SLR and DSLR?

Answer SLR is used to describe a film camera. DSLR is used to describe a Digital SLR.Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Canon and Nikon all offer entry-level DSLR cameras in the 600 to 800 dollar price range.

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What is the difference between DSLR, SLR and Digital Camera?

You have good answers already, but I've got this one on the clipboard already, so you aer lucky winner number two tonight.SLR's can be either DSLR's (digital) or film SLR's. People often just say ... Read More »

Whats the difference between a Refurbished and a New DSLR camera?

Refurbished is a used camera which at best has just been cleaned up for sale and at worse has had repairs and potentially parts replaced.Given the option - always buy new.

How much of a difference is there between a high end point-and-shoot and a DSLR camera?

The big difference lies in the quality of photograph and the ways to achieve perfection...Apart from the big sensor size that DSLR cameras possess, the other important thing is how the camera focus... Read More »

Would you recommend this camera for someone starting to get into photography Difference between dslr&digital?

The camera and 18-55mm lens are a good starter kit. However, the 2nd. lens offered with the package you referenced is an older non-VR (Vibration Reduction) lens. With a 55-200mm lens VR is an impor... Read More »