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Kodak PIXPRO FZ43 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 4x Optical Zoom, RedKodak PIXPRO FZ43 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 4x Optical Zoom, Red
77.99
Item #24366998
Model #4540214
  • 16.15MP 1/2.3" CCD Sensor
  • 4x Optical Zoom Lens
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Kodak PIXPRO AZ252 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 25x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, WhiteKodak PIXPRO AZ252 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 25x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, White
145.99
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HamiltonBuhl Digital Camera, Silver (CAM17SV)HamiltonBuhl Digital Camera, Silver (CAM17SV)
130.99
Item #24337396
Model #CAM17SV
  • Modes: Still Image Capture / Video Record / Playback
  • Image Sensor: 18 Megapixels with 8M CMOS sensor
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Kodak PIXPRO AZ421 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 42x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, BlackKodak PIXPRO AZ421 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 42x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, Black
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199.99
Item #24366996
Model #3934792
  • 16.15MP 1/2.3" CCD Sensor
  • 4.3-180.6mm 42x Optical Zoom Lens
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Kodak PIXPRO FZ53 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 5x Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide, 720p HD Video, BlackKodak PIXPRO FZ53 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 5x Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide, 720p HD Video, Black
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Canon EOS Rebel T6 18 Megapixels DSLR Camera, 3x Zoom, BlackCanon EOS Rebel T6 18 Megapixels DSLR Camera, 3x Zoom, Black
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609.19
Item #23980454
Model #REBELT61855KIT
  • 18MP black DSLR camera
  • 3" TFT color LCD, 920000 pixels
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Kodak PIXPRO FZ43 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 4x Optical Zoom, BlackKodak PIXPRO FZ43 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 4x Optical Zoom, Black
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77.59
Item #24367019
Model #4540211
  • 16.15MP 1/2.3" CCD Sensor
  • 4x Optical Zoom Lens
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Kodak PIXPRO FZ53 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 5x Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide, 720p HD Video, RedKodak PIXPRO FZ53 Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 5x Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide, 720p HD Video, Red
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92.09
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Learning Resources Luna 2.0 Interactive Projection Camera, 3 Megapixels, Auto Focus
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138.99
Item #2140167
Model #LER4427
  • Interactive Projection Camera
  • USB to computer
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Kodak PIXPRO AZ252 Astro Zoom Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 25x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, BlackKodak PIXPRO AZ252 Astro Zoom Digital Camera, 16 Megapixels, 25x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide, 720p Full HD Video, Black
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Find DSLR cameras for professional and personal use. They come in several designs with a variety of options and easy-to-operate interfaces. Features such as manual and pro shooting modes on some cameras let users take high-quality pictures and videos. Staples has a wide variety of cameras, including waterproof, rugged, and point-and-shoot options.

DSLR digital cameras for different types of photography
Features such as shutter speed are adjustable on some cameras to enable various types of photography. Some cameras support high shutter speeds such as 1/4000 seconds to produce crisp portraits, cityscapes, or pictures of moving objects. These settings can be useful in sport, landscape, and wildlife photography.

On the other hand, slow shutter speeds such as 1/200 seconds let in light for longer. When the shutter is open for longer, it records movement and the result is a blur that can help convey a feeling of the speed at which an object, person, or animal is moving. Pictures of water bodies, such as seas and lakes, can have a silky look when photographers use low shutter speeds. Professional cameras allow a wide range of shutter speeds.

DSLR cameras for bright pictures
Cameras come with adjustable ISO, which measures sensitivity to light. They also feature adjustable aperture sizes. Setting apertures wide allows more light to hit the sensor. This results in brighter images. A wide aperture results in a lower depth of field so that the object in focus is sharp while the background is a blur. Large aperture settings are suitable where the photographer wants to isolate an object, for instance, when taking portraits, wildlife, or in some types of product photography.

Small apertures sizes result in pictures with less light but more sharpness. Photographers can opt to use small apertures when taking pictures of landscapes or crowds. DSLR digital cameras also come with both manual and autofocus capabilities. Professional photographers can use both types of focus, while hobbyists and beginners can take clear pictures using the autofocus feature.

Do DSLR cameras come with kits?
Some options come with kits that include a lens. Several cameras also come with SD cards to save copies of pictures and videos. Connectivity accessories that come with some cameras include USB cables to connect to computers for easy data transfer. Other cameras support NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing users to share pictures conveniently.

What DSLR cameras are the best for video?
Camera lenses with optical image stabilization enable steady recording of video. Other qualities to consider include the ability to record in full high definition, which is 1920 x 1800 pixels. Also, consider the frame rates; high frame rates such as 60 frames per second are suitable for recording videos that will play in slow motion. Thirty frames per second is the customary speed for shooting smooth videos of sports and live events for television. Most videos on the internet and television play at 24 frames per second. Some cameras can support 60, 30, and 24 frame rates when shooting in full high definition, while others can shoot faster frame rates only with lower resolutions.

What are the best DSLR for professional photos and videos?
Consider cameras that shoot in both RAW and JPEG formats for professional use. It's easy to share JPEG formats, whether on social media or via email, during live events, while the photographer can then edit the RAW pictures to produce professional results. Cameras with over 20-megapixel sensors produce larger images for use on larger media whether in print or digital formats.