Pwedeng makeup na lang? JOKE LELZ :))
Hmm. I only know the basic differences of a DSLR vs a point-and-shoot eh.
1) DSLRs have the switching-lens-capability or whatever the technical term is (…uhduh). They’re pretty flexible with what output you want. Certain lenses (those with large apertures) usually produce pretty pictures…and those artsy-artsy effects. Hihi :>
2) DSLRs have bigger sensors than point-and-shoots. In short, DSLRs catch more light. This is why a low MP DSLR can produce same or better quality than a point-and-shoot camera of a higher MP. (The importance of high MPs only show during large prints since they have more pixels/detail. I think a 14MP is good for a poster-sized print.) +DSLRs also focus faster! Perfect for runway!! Haha
If you’re asking me which one is better, I’d have to ask you back on what you need the camera for and what your lifestyle is like. I think it’s obvious that I prefer a DSLR from the way I answered. HAHAHA. (Nikon D3100 ba? Maganda yan. Camera ko yan dati :> Hihi) A lot of point-and-shoots and bridges are pretty fantastic nowadays though. I actually have a Canon G-12 10MP and I also looove it. Kaduper nice quality! I bring it if I have too many stuff that I need a small camera lang. :)
Did my answer help?….I tried. :)))))