At a camera store in Manhattan this week, Paulson and other photography aficionados pondered a growing range of high-quality digital cameras that are luring even the most die-hard traditionalists away from film.
The bank employee seems to have set his heart on Canon Inc.'s 5D with 12.8 megapixels -- one of many digital single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras, which allow users to see images exactly as they will be captured.
"I'm waiting for the price to come down. I think it will," Paulson said, eyeing an advertisement for the new model.
Professional-quality digital cameras still cost far more than basic "point and shoot" devices, but prices have fallen by 50 percent or more in the last few years.
Photography amateurs reach out to dSLRs
Posted on Wednesday, Dec 27 2006 @ 12:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
More and more photography amateurs are interested in buying high-end dSLR cameras.