For decades, the DSLR (digital SLR) has been the top choice for anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level.Whether you're a beginner or a pro, a DSLR offers three key ingredients: manual controls, excellent picture quality and interchangeable lenses. They're smaller, mechanically simpler and, like DSLRs, they take interchangeable lenses.In between entry-level and full-frame DSLR are a whole range of models aimed at different users, different levels of experience and different budgets.Here's our pick of the standout DSLR cameras you can buy right now: Sensor: Full-frame CMOS | Megapixels: 30.4MP | Autofocus: 61-point AF, 41 cross-type | Screen type: 3.2-inch touchscreen, 1,620,000 dots | Maximum continuous shooting speed: 7fps | Movies: 4K | User level: Expert Canon's EOS 5D series of cameras has a rich heritage – the original EOS 5D bought full-frame photography to the masses, the Mark II unleashed Full HD video capture for the first time on a DSLR, and while the Mark III became a firm favourite amongst photographers.Instead, they came back with a whimper, finishing 6-10.
With a new sensor that delivers pin-sharp results, a 61-point AF system that's incredibly advanced and some very polished handling, the EOS 5D Mark IV has to be one of the best DSLRs we've seen.
Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of analytics, devised a formula that combines endorsements with social media following and internet search popularity to create the ESPN World Fame 100 rankings.
(Note: NA means either an athlete doesn't have an official account for a social media site or an accurate endorsement figure could not be confirmed.) is our annual attempt to create a ranking, through statistical analysis, of the 100 most famous athletes on the planet.
As kids we somehow can rhyme words, and we see the beauty around us with innocent eyes.
Those are the perfect ingredients to make poets out of us.