SLR cameras are wonderful, exquisite pleasure, but are not for everyone. There are people for whom purchasing a DSLR would be a total nonsense.
We all know or have ever seen someone with an SLR but not have a clue how to use it, or want to put minimal effort on your part to learn to handle it. Digital SLRs are democratizing, prices become more affordable and it is normal that more people want to do with an SLR. The problem arises when the person realizes that the term “reflex” is not made for her, or she made to have an SLR. Why? Well there is a multitude of reasons why you might NOT want to have a digital SLR camera. Here I explain some of these reasons .. maybe see you found.
5 reasons not to buy a SLR Camera
- SLR Cameras are huge, hulking, heavy, difficult to conceal and carry. Not at all practical to take with him a reflex unless specifically intends to make pictures. Instead, a compact digital camera fits into any hole.
- There are highly recommended in automatic mode. The performance of an SLR camera in automatic mode does not offer any more unlike the compact digital camera. The grace of an SLR is the management “manual” that allows to control aperture, shutter speed, etc. If you are used to take photos in automatic mode for what the want?
- All look at you. Although it is increasingly common and normal to see people equipped with a reflex camera, walking down the street with a reflex camera remains a less discreet things you can do. If you like the discretion SLRs are not for you.
- Difficult learning curve. If you’ve never used an SLR then go prepared, the SLR photography requires a steep learning curve accompanied by a lot of patience. You’ll look overwhelmed by a multitude of terms, abbreviations, features and settings that are required if you want to learn to use either a digital SLR.
- It is a very expensive hobby. You start buying a pack of SLR with 1 or 2 goals and think “I made a good purchase, has cost me money but amortizaré over time.” After a short time you realize that dadando you need a tripod, external flash, remote trigger, backpack, a polarizing filter, an additional objective, etc..
If you’ve come this far in reading and still feel like caressing the body of an SLR, portray your own version of the world through its small display and hear the “click” the shot then congratulations and welcome to the club;)