The camera of choice for photography enthusiasts and professionals, digital SLRs (digital single-lens reflex) use high-resolution sensors and interchangeable lenses to capture images with breathtaking clarity and detail. Two types of digital SLR dominate the market – full frame digital SLRs and cropped frame (APS-C) digital SLRs.
Full frame digital SLRs at CameraPro: Full-frame digital SLRs have a digital sensor that is equivalent in size to the imaging area of a 35mm film SLR. They distinguish themselves as top performers in low-light situations, and deliver sharper images with a shallower depth of field than cropped frame digital SLRs. Full frame cameras score highly on dynamic and tonal range too. Images across light and shadow are rendered in exceptional definition, while skin tones are rich and natural.
Cropped frame digital SLRs at CameraPro: Cropped frame cameras all use a APS-C sensor. The sensor is smaller in size to those used on full frame digital SLRs, and so captures a smaller area of the scene being photographed. All cropped frame cameras are high-performance imaging devices capable of delivering exceptional image quality, detail and contrast.