Anonymous asked: What are the differences between a point-and-shoot and a DSLR? And which of the two are better/more convenient to use? Thanks!
DSLRs are more complex than point-and-shoot cameras since you’re in total control of everything from the lens you want to use, to your settings etc making DSLRs more expensive. Point-and-shoot cameras are really convenient especially if you’re not very particular about the images you take like if you just want clear photos with nice quality. They’re much smaller too and would easily fit in your everyday bag. If you want to take better photos though, I suggest you buy a DSLR. But as I’ve said, they cost more since you don’t stop at buying the unit itself-sooner or later, you’re gonna end up buying lenses, external flash, etc which are really pricey. Lots of point-and-shoot cameras that take pretty impressive photos are being put out in the market though so if you aren’t very particular about photos, I say go with that. It’ll save you a lot of money too.