SLR cameras on the market now have given more value and benefits since a variety of camera manufacturers have designed differently. And of course the differences comes from production that may affects the use of what you need in photography. Some manufacturers which have been releasing DSLR cameras are Canon and Nikon. Both are well-known camera manufacturers in the world. And the following is the differences between DSLR camera which is produced by those two companies.
There are three basic categories for both Canon and Nikon digital SLR category. Starting with the engine amateur level, the Canon Rebel XS (1000D) and the Nikon D60 also fall into that category. There are many differences between the Rebel XS and the Nikon D60. If you have an old Canon lens that you want to use with it, the Nikon D60 will work with most of them, whereas the older Nikon lenses may not work with a Nikon D60.
The next category is for the use professional purpose. These are usually larger and more expensive. They require a certain expertise to use effectively. The camera included in this category is the Canon Rebel 500D and Nikon D T1i 5000. The Canon Rebel T1i and D5000 are actually very similar in their abilities, although the ISO range varies. D5000 range is 100-6400 while T1i has a larger range of 100-12800.
Finally, there are other categories to compare digital SLR cameras. They fuse together some of the features of each of the previous categories. This can be used by amateur photographers who want to take more professional-quality pictures. In this category, the Nikon D300 and Canon 50D will meet those needs. This is the second camera is really good and almost identical in their features. There are some subtle differences, the Canon is actually lighter at 29 ounces of Nikon in 32.6 oz. Also, the ISO range is slightly different; ISO 100-12800 where Canon offers a variety of Nikon 100-6400.
In the ‘point and shoot’ unit, the scene depicted in the viewfinder is not the same as what comes through the main lens so that the viewfinder does not show the final product in a traditional digital camera. So, on the DSLR camera, it is with the same image object. Therefore, image-makers will be able to take pictures that will change the same as what is seen through the viewfinder. And do you already know that this visualization makes shooting easier, more accurate, and sharper? And there is no longer any reason to get a bad image, even in bad weather though.