Before getting into the usage of a DSLR, let’s see what actually DSLR is and what it does?
In a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) image you see bounces up to the viewfinder. It passes through a focusing screen and a condenser lens, and then reflects off of a prism’s walls to reach your eye. This allows you to see exactly what the lens sees through the viewfinder. Have a look at the image below.
The main differences between a point shoot camera and a DSLR are , the DSLR will have much better photo quality and response, an ability to change lenses like telephoto lenses, wide-angles, fisheyes and many more.
Well… Now a days we even get to try these lenses as an attachment to our mobile phones too;). I have recently bought these lenses and these work amazing.
How to use a DSLR?
I know it’s actually more dumb to write about the usage of an instrument than to read..;) So here’s the video on how to use a DSLR..
The main basic and main functions of a DSLR on which it works are ISO, SHUTTER and APERTURE.
->”Shutter” speed is responsible for motion blur. This is often seen in many pictures of moving objects where the background goes blur.
->”ISO” is responsible for the sensitivity.
->”Aperture” is responsible for the depth of the field.
All these three functions are interrelated. Now let’s see all these functions on a DSLR.
Thanks for reading… So, let me know if this was useful.