Difference Between SLR and DSLR
From the time photography has been invented cameras have been a part of our life as they can capture a moment of our life and store it as a photo graph which we can see even after a very long time and relive the past. As time changed the storage capacities or systems of saving pictures in a camera have also changed from films to digital cameras. SLR (single lens reflex) and DSLR (digital single lens reflex) are both, types of the modern cameras which have taken the place of the previous point and shoot stuff. There was a persistent problem of the actual print being somewhat different from what a viewfinder suggests. There are two paths of in the camera, one that leads to the viewfinder and the other leads to the lens. This leads to a difference in the actual printed photograph. SLR cameras allow you to see through the lens as a result the printed photograph is exactly what the viewfinder shows you. When you press the shutter after being satisfied with the photograph the light hits the film that is behind the lens. In all the point and shoot stuff you never get this type of freedom. This is the very reason why the SLR cameras are used by people who need the best to create something that will be a work of art. DSLR have the advantage of saving the pictures in a memory card, thus making you free from the films and everything that comes with it. Along with all the added features they have the entire advantages of an SLR. In the current scenario the professional photographers use the DSLRs as they come with higher storage facility and better image sensor quality which leads to better photographs and higher storage capacity.