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Nikon: Imaging Beyond Belief

When you're ready to snap that professional portrait or landscape photo, a phone camera just won't make the cut. Sure, the new technology you can find in your smartphone might be able to autofocus or have a decent zoom range. But you won't have any of the artistic integrity found in a Nikon camera. These experts of photography have been innovating through art since 1917. From journeys documenting some of the first missions to space with NASA to expansions into microscopes, projectors and telescopes, the engineers at Nikon have focused on one element in everything they make: precision. One added millimeter of focal length, a slightly smaller zoom, or the tiniest shift in lighting can change a shot forever. Be ready for the moment with dependable DSLR and mirrorless models and lenses from Abt.

Should I Buy a DSLR Camera?

If you're just starting to dip your toes into the expansive world of photography, it can seem overwhelming. Terms and acronyms like FOV, FPS and OZ (among many others) can seem hard to wrap your head around. But one of the most common camera types carries a popular acronym to remember. Nikon DSLR cameras (Digital Single Reflex Lens) are some of the most beloved models on the market, with varieties designed for students, enthusiasts, wildlife photographers, professionals, and everyone in-between.

Often considered the standard for photo taking, the DSLR showcases a mirrored optical viewfinder to capture images. That little reflective panel has been in effect long before things went digital, in some of the earliest picture-taking technologies. Nikon continues to innovate with this technology, all without changing for the worse—digital single reflex camera lenses made back in the 1970s and 80's often still fit new models. As one of the most well-known brands selling what has been the most popular on the market, this brand's DSLR is a safe bet for any artist.

DSLR vs. Mirrorless

A recent overtaking competitor, mirrorless models now fill out Nikon's supply of point-and-shoot devices. Each design uses a completely electronic live viewfinder, eliminating the need for a mirror and bulking down the design significantly less. The lighter weight and advanced tech draw a lot of new (and old) users toward these. Just like their predecessors, these picture snappers use interchangeable lenses. You can even switch lenses between the two types (with the help of an appropriate adapter. The mirrorless revolution is only accelerating, but many still prefer classic reflected viewfinders. One reason? In a DSLR model, you don't need to rely solely on the electronically generated view. Instead, you can trust your eyes—and the mirror.

Hoping To Learn More? Looking for Lenses

If you're in search of accessories for your Nikon, look no further. We're well-stocked with everything you'll need. From ultra-wide lenses to telephoto versions, you'll find what you need in our selection. If you're looking for more help, give our team of experts a call at 800-860-3577 or head in to see us in-store. If you'd prefer to do some research from home, check out our Camera Buying Guide.

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