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What kind of gear can you get at The Imaging World? We've got everything you need to take some of the most beautiful photos you'll ever take.
Stop by to shop our wide selection of cameras.
When you want to take pictures you've got a world of options. Digital cameras come in many forms, including:
- Your cell phone
- Medium Format
The quality of your photos will become better, clearer, sharper, and more professional as you upgrade to better cameras with better sensors.
We stay up-to-date with the latest trends and innovations so we can offer you the cameras with the latest upgrades. Some of these upgrades include:
- Better sensors
- Better button layouts
- Smaller, more convenient camera body sizes
- Dynamic ranges
- Battery life
- Shot-counts per second
- Memory card speeds
- Video quality upgrades
- ISO ratings
Our goal is to help you stay ahead of everyone else!
We carry a wide range of brands, including Canon and Sony!
Here are a few of the camera types you'll find at The Imaging World.
Most modern cameras now come with both high-quality photo and high-quality video capture that can record audio as well. This gives you both options in one unit, allowing you to switch between units with ease.
Want to share? It's easy to get these photos straight to your computer through the magic of wireless transfers, allowing you to instantly upload your pictures to any social media application.
DSLR Cameras - DSLR stands for "digital single-lens reflex." These cameras have large sensors which will always produce higher-quality images than phone cameras.
DSLRs are advanced, high-quality cameras which give you full control over how your photos are taken. Advanced settings include options like aperture, shutter, and White Balance.
DSLRs also give you access to a fast and accurate autofocus feature, which means all your photos will be brought effortlessly into focus. Get great "location" photos by changing out your lenses. You can use multiple focal lengths to achieve the professional blurred background look.
Mirrorless cameras work identically to DSLRs, but they're smaller, lighter, and more advanced. A standard DSLR uses a mirror to show you what you see through the lens. A Mirrorless camera uses an electronic viewfinder or screen, which means it doesn't need to be as big or as bulky. You also get a more accurate depiction of the final image.
You don't lose any of the functionality of a DSLR. You can still change out your lenses, and adjust all the settings. Sensor size remains the same to continue capturing the same crisp, clear photo quality.