By Robert Correll

All dSLRs, no matter what manufacturer makes the camera, share common buttons, knobs, and controls. For example, a camera’s grip is always on the right side, an LCD monitor on the back to view settings, and a viewfinder to frame your photograph. The following illustrations of a typical entry-level model dSLR, the Nikon D3200, show the basic parts of most dSLRs, including the mode dial with exposure settings, and video recording buttons.

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