Nearly two years after releasing the EOS Rebel SL2, Canon has announced the newest addition to its EOS line-up. Canon EOS Rebel SL3 is another affordable, tiny, and lightweight DSLR aimed particularly at those who are just starting out at photography and video. A big improvement over its predecessor is that it shoots 4K/24p, but unfortunately – with a huge crop.
When you want to shoot a professional-looking video, gear isn’t essential, but we can’t deny that pro gear sure can come in handy. However, if you only have an entry-level DSLR or mirrorless camera, don’t let it discourage you from creating. In this video from Mark Bone, you’ll learn a few tricks on how to turn even a cheap camera into a tool for creating cinematic videos.
Buying your very first DSLR is a thrilling event, but it’s not an easy task. The choice is huge and it may be overwhelming and confusing when you start looking at all those cameras. In this video, Kai Wong compares two options from Nikon you can get for under $400 along with lenses. One is new and the other is used, and Kai looks into the pros and cons of both.
Aside from their long-awaited mirrorless camera, Canon has launched two new DSLRs: EOS Rebel T7 (EOS 2000D) and EOS 4000D. Both cameras are very affordable, so their primary goal could be making newbies join team Canon. Canon EOS Rebel T7 will be sold for $550 with a kit lens, whereas Canon EOS 4000D (body only) will set you back for only about $380. So, if you’re in search of your first DSLR, I guess Canon had you in mind. Take a look at the specs and more details under the jump.
Although all eyes are on Canon 6D Mark II, there is another announcement from this company. They have released Canon EOS Rebel SL2, an entry-level DSLR intended mainly for the first-time DSLR users. Whether you’re just switching from a smartphone or point-and-shoot camera, or starting photography from the very beginning – Canon has intended this model for you. It’s a new and improved version of its predecessor EOS Rebel SL1, so let’s see what’s changed and what it’s offering.
Nikon have officially announced the D3400, their newest entry level DSLR. Successor to the D3300 and D3200 that came before it, the changes aren’t all that great, as you might expect. But they have added their new Bluetooth connected SnapBridge technology.
There’s some pretty significant weight savings and the ISO limit has been bumped up to 25,600. Nikon are also boasting the battery life of the D3400, claiming up to 1,200 shots, double that of the D3300.