You can take the lens off and supe it up with a longer lens, a wider lens– With entry level cameras. So I’ma take you to the streets. Actually, we’re gonna take the subway. To 34th and 9th, ’cause we’re making our way over to BH. This is the Toys R Us for techies. It is paradise. You have your lighting equipment, you have external hard drives… But today we’re going to go to the photography department. And go over some entry level cameras. Are you ready? There are so many different types of cameras available on the market–so I gotta break it down. There are 4 types of digital cameras. We’ve got SLRs, single lens reflex, mirrorless interchangeable lenses, compact digital, and bridge camera. Now this is what the professionals are using. This is awesome because there is interchangable lenses. This is what I use and this is how I film my videos. Now you will notice that is a fancy price tag. And the lenses can be even fancier. But when I say interchangeable lens, this is what I mean. You can take the lens off and supe it up with a longer lens, a wider lens– Boom! There you go. So now, my pick would be the Canon T3i. A lot of YouTubers are using this camera to film their YouTube tutorials. And what’s awesome about this is the flip screen. I wish my camera had this. So there you go. So when you’re sitting in front of the camera, you can see what’s happening through the lens. Now the second one up is the mirrorless interchangeable lens. So you’ll notice these have giant lenses, like the SLR, but the bodies are small like a point-and-shoot. That’s a huge lens. My pick would have to be the Sony Alpha NEX-3N. This puppy right here–It’s a good price, it’s great quality. I was fiddling with it and what was awesome was this flip screen. Again, perfect for you guys interested in creating videos for YouTube. The photo and video quality was great. Next up is digital compact cameras, commonly referred to as point and shoot cameras. These are what they look like. Small, compact. You’ll notice the lens is built into the camera. And there is the manual settings. But, these ones that I’m fiddling with don’t. There are your manual settings right there. And this one actually has a view finder. My pick for this department would be the Nikon Coolpix P330. Or the Canon S110. I played with both of them, they were both awesome. They’re both the same price bracket as well. But what I did like was that Nikon had a 1.8 aperture, which means it’s awesome for night time photo and/or video. And the price is competitive for this type of point-and-shoot. Moving on! Bridge cameras. Okay, so this is what it looks like–it looks like a miniature SLR camera. Now, the main difference is the price, for one. It’s less than half the price of an SLR. And the lens is built in. But again, the price is awesome–$369, you don’t have to buy any extra lenses. You’re set to go. I hope this video helped you guys figure out where to start looking. This was filmed at the camera store, BH. It is definitely a New York landmark–and if you’re ever in the city, you need to stop by and check it out. Make sure you watch my previous photography videos, and make sure you like, comment, and subscribe! Music by my homeboy Jay Ellyiot. Aw, yeah! See you guys next week!