Which DSLR is the Best to Choose

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If you are getting tired of the overly simplified "point and shoot" photography options available on your cellular phone, its time to upgrade to a digital single-lens reflex camera commonly referred to as a DSLR camera. 

Have no fear; you will not look like an inconvenienced local news cameraman with a bulky, cumbersome video camera in your hands. Many of the popular Canon brand DSLR video cameras are fairly lightweight. For instance, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, which can be found at video and audio stores like FocusCamera.com, weighs roughly six pounds and is only six inches wide and three inches in height. 

You will find that the sleek Canon EOS 5D Mark III is on the higher end of DSLR cameras, with 22.3 megapixel full-frame optical sensor resolution, a 4.3 optical zoom, 3.2-inch Clear View II LCD monitor, the ability to manually control exposure multiple frame rates, full HD 1080/30p and 720/60p formats. As far as lenses are concerned, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III is compatible with 24-105mm f/4L IS EF USM AF lens. 

When it comes to shooting continuous video, you will want to find a DSLR camera that can shoot at least three frames per second, but approximately five frames per second if you will be covering nature or sporting events. Other features to look for on your DSLR camera include a microphone input jack in order to plug in an external microphone and a camera with the ability to autofocus while recording.


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