The internet is full of camera reviews ready to tell you what camera to buy. The problem is, that more often than not, what you are getting is a long list of features and statistics which mean little to the average first time DSLR buyer. Often laypersons get sucked into a specific camera based on a feature set which sound "neato" but in reality has little or no importance at all in how you use your camera. The features which truly matter are often downplayed (or deliberately excluded) from the marketing materials so that manufacturers can focus on their latest gimmick.
The following article covers those features/attributes of DSLR cameras which are most often presented in reviews, and attempts to explain their importance (or complete lack of importance) and where to focus your research.
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