Make memories last with our favorite DSLR cameras

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Want to transfer the images from your DSLR camera to your computer? This is achieved either by attaching your camera to the computer via a USB cable or through an SD card.

A DSLR camera, also known as a digital single-lens reflex camera, is one of the best types of digital cameras you can buy. If you're going to invest in one, you most certainly want to make the most of your money. What are the benefits that make DSLR cameras stand out from the crowd?

One of the biggest perks a DSLR offers is a lack of lag. With a point-and-shoot camera, there is a small gap of time between when you shoot the photo and when the image is actually captured. But with a DSLR camera, what you see as you shoot the photo is what you get when your photo is printed.

Another benefit is stellar image quality. Yes, it's possible to capture beautiful images with a point-and-shoot camera, a mirrorless camera, and sometimes even a smartphone camera. But because the sensor of a DSLR camera is larger, it is far more likely to capture a gorgeous image on the first try.

One of the main drawbacks of DSLRs is that they are expensive. Some people don't find the splurge to be worth it, but others definitely do. Fortunately, the DSLR camera market allows consumers to choose from several different pricing tiers. Here are three of our favorite DSLR cameras on the market today.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Professional photographers and talented amateurs will find the features they're looking for in this high-quality DSLR camera. Stunning image quality is at the top of the list. All those pro-grade features can make the Canon EOS difficult for amateurs to master, however, and the price may seem high for all but the extremely dedicated.

Canon EOS Rebel TS

This camera is both user friendly and budget friendly. It's a great choice for beginning photographers and DSLR newbies. Among the features, you'll find top image quality and the ability to change lenses and settings. However, this camera has fewer features than others on the market. For example, there is no built-in WiFi.

Nikon D7500 DX

The quality of this mid-range camera surpasses most lower-priced DSLR options. It's ergonomically designed with noteworthy image quality and Live View, which offers DSLR video recording. Other great features include an app combo that can be used as an external monitor and autofocus. However, this Nikon doesn't perform as well in low light as some other DSLR cameras.

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