If you're looking into buying Nikon cameras or Canon SLR Cameras, you probably have a lot of questions. Like most things you buy, there are a ton of accessories you can add to Canon SLR cameras, to really enhance the photo quality and give you even better results than you even imagined. There are literally thousands of things you can buy for your new camera, but here is a list to weed out the essentials from the extras and help you decide on what the most important add-ons are.
- A Tripod.
Tripods are vital for Canon SLR cameras and Nikon cameras if you're looking to capture clear photos at night, long range photography, self-portraits, or group shots that you want to be included in. Basically, they're essential for anything that requires you to hold the camera steady for long periods of time. A lot of people tend to shy away from tripods, because they can be kind of a pain to carry, but if you're looking to do more dynamic photography, they are pretty handy.
- Remote Shutter Release.
If you've ever used Nikon Cameras or Canon SLR cameras, you may have noticed that when you take macro or landscape shots, they come out a little blurry sometimes. Having a remote shutter release alleviates any shake and vibrations from the camera by eliminating the need to press the shutter button manually, giving you perfectly crisp photos.
- Camera Bag.
If you've been shopping around for Nikon Cameras or Canon SLR cameras, you're already aware of the pretty large price tag on these fine pieces of equipment. So if you end up buying one, you should really invest in a good camera bag to protect it. Camera bags come in all different styles, sizes, and colors, so definitely do some research and find which one suits your needs the best.
- Memory Card Case.
You're probably planning on getting more than one memory card for your DSLR, if you're a serious photographer or enjoy having ample storage space for your photos. If so, you should plan on getting a memory card case to keep your precious files organized and in one place.
Filters are essential for getting truly crisp, saturated, professional photos with Nikon cameras or Canon SLR cameras. There are a lot of filters to choose from, so when picking some for the first time, you should probably stick with a UV filter, a circular polarized filter, and/or a graduated neutral density filter. UV filters go on the lens for protection against scratches and other damages. A circular polarized filter can reduce undesired reflections and make colors more saturated. A graduated neutral density filter can alleviate over-exposure problems in high-contrast shooting situations. These are the real essential filters that can improve any type of shooting, the rest are more for creative and artsy purposes.
- External Flash.
Most Canon SLR cameras and Nikon cameras come with a built-in flash. If you want more a more powerful flash that has a further reach, you should look into an external flash. Also, external flashes reduce red-eye.
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